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Digital Finance Podcast with Amanda Wick
On this episode of Crypto Bits, host Seth DuCharme is joined by Amanda Wick, founder and... Read More >
Post Covid Makeup Industry Legal Trends
In this episode of the podcast, GT Shareholders Tonya Esposito and Nilda Isidro discuss... Read More >
Renewable Offshore Wind Development Gulf of Mexico
The U.S. Department of the Interior’s Bureau of Ocean Energy Management (“BOEM”) has... Read More >
D.C. Labor Law Updates March 2023
Employers should take note of several recent amendments to existing D.C. employment-... Read More >
Drug Pricing Litigation Updates March 14 Through 20 2023
This weekly series provides brief summaries to help you stay in the know on how 340B... Read More >
Implementing a Cyber Incident Response Plan
In the first installment of our cybersecurity series, we discussed the importance of... Read More >

Emerging Legal News

Federal Law News

Individuals with Disabilities Education Act SCOTUS

Can public school children with disabilities sue their schools for violations of the federal antidiscrimination statutes and collect compensatory damages before exhausting their administrative remedies under the Individuals...

Unlawful Severance Agreements Accountability NLRB

On March 22, 2023, National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) General Counsel (GC) Jennifer Abruzzo issued a memorandum clarifying the Board’s February 2023 decision that nondisparagement and confidentiality provisions in severance...

Executive Branch Update POTUS VPOTUS More

This report provides a snapshot of the U.S. Executive Branch priorities via daily schedules and the prior day’s press releases.

POTUS’ Schedule*

9:00 a.m. EDT – THE...

FCC NPRM Could Decimate Lead Generation Industry

Yes, the Czar is a superhero now… big ups to Pesach Lattin for giving me the treatment here. Really cool.

Much has been said about the ...

Second Circuit Affirms Visa Mastercard Class Action Settlement

Last week the Second Circuit issued a new decision affirming, with one exception, the approval of a $5.6 billion revised class action settlement in the long-running Visa/Mastercard antitrust litigation. (See...

Ninth Circuit Contractor Misclassification Lawsuit

Employers seeking to challenge California’s stringent independent contractor misclassification laws may have found an opening. On March 17, the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals concluded that plaintiffs could proceed in their...

Ninth Circuit: Individualized Defenses and Class Certifications

A recent Ninth Circuit decision illustrates how defendants can use evidence on an individualized defense to potentially defeat class certification.

In ...

White House FY2024 Budget Real Estate Tax Proposals

On March 9, 2023, President Biden released his FY2024 budget (the “FY2024 Budget”), and the U.S. Treasury released the so-called “Green Book," which provides details related to the revenue provisions in the FY2024 Budget. Given...

State Law News

State and Local Tax Legislation 2023 So Far

In the inaugural episode of GT’s state and local tax podcast – GeTtin’ SALTy – host Nikki Dobay is joined by Morgan Scarborough, VP of Tax Policy at MultiState Associates, to discuss legislative updates in the...

Georgia Senate Appropriations Committee FY24

¡Feliz Navidad! As one Senator said in a committee meeting on Wednesday. Indeed, it was Christmastime for many under the gold dome as committees took one last opportunity to create their own festive holiday trees full of...

Chicago Employers Must Complete Sexual Harassment Training By June

On April 27,2022, the Chicago City Council passed SO2022-665, which broadened the Chicago Human Rights Ordinance (the “Ordinance”) and imposed new requirements on Chicago employers with respect to...

Judge Brown Texas Waters of the United States Case

Sam Hess of Inside EPA points out that Judge Brown of Texas concluded that the United States Supreme Court's nearly forty year old precedent compelling the Judiciary to defer to Executive Branch interpretations of laws...

Paid Leave Oregon Employee Contributions

Oregon employers with collective bargaining agreements (CBA) have until March 31, 2023, to begin deducting employee contributions to Paid Leave Oregon, the Paid Leave Oregon Advisory Committee ...


Russian Sanctions and UK Litigation

A recent judgment by London’s Commercial Court has shed light on the effect of Russian sanctions on ongoing...

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Supply Chain Due Diligence DHS and CBP UFLPA

CBP Tech Expo Confirms No Existing “Silver Bullet” Technology and CBP Dashboard Reveals Every Industry Is Subject To...

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ASA UK Advertising Regulations for Mini Heaters

On 9 March 2023, the Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) took the rare step of issuing an ...

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ELTIF Amendments Published Official Journal of EU

On 15 March 2023, amendments to the EU Regulation on the European Long-Term Investment Fund (ELTIF) were published in...

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