August 24, 2019
- Oregon Employers Must Notify Employees of Upcoming Federal... by: Amy L. Peck
- Hirschbach Motor Lines to Pay $40,000 and Cease Discriminatory... by: U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission
- EPA Seeks Public Comment on Pesticide Applications Adding Hemp as a... by: Lisa M. Campbell and Timothy D. Backstrom
- NLRB Reverses Precedent to Permit Property Owners to Prohibit Off-... by: Anthony B. Byergo
August 23, 2019
- What Happens Before the ICE Raid by: Enrique Alberto Maciel-Matos
- U.S. to Reduce E Visa Validity for French Nationals by: Agnes Cha Rudinsky
- ESMA and EBA Respond to Letter From European Commission on... by: John Ahern and Carolyn H. Jackson
- Second Circuit Confirms: Rolling Trash Cans Are Not “Vehicles” as... by: Brendan N. Gooley
- Prescription: Better Cybersecurity Hygiene in Digital Health and Life... by: Peter F. McLaughlin
- New York State Expands Protections for Domestic Violence Victims by: Nancy L. Gunzenhauser Popper
- Volcker 2.0 by: Scott A. Cammarn and Mark Chorazak
- NC Legislative Update: Hemp Legislation Passes House; Headed Back to... by: Whitney Campbell Christensen and Tyler J. Russell
- FDIC Approves Amendments to the Volcker Rule by: Kevin M. Foley and Guy C. Dempsey, Jr.
- Update on List 4 Products Subject to Section 301 Tariffs and the U.S... by: Customs & International Trade Group
- State Updates Website on Employer Reporting for New Jersey Health... by: Tzvia Feiertag and Rina Fujii
- Beltway Buzz, August 23, 2019 by: James M. Barrett
- SEC Announced Charges for Regulation FD Violations by: Mark J. Reyes and Mark D. Wood
- Alexa: What is venue? by: Andrew H. DeVoogd and Serge Subach
- DHS Promulgates Public Charge Rule to “Promote Self-Sufficiency,”... by: Melissa Manna and Andrea C. Davis
- Manufacturing a Summer (Employment) Potpourri by: Matthew T. Miklave
- Sweeping NJ “Wage Theft” Law Exponentially Expands Exposure for Wage... by: Maxine Neuhauser and Michael D. Thompson
- SEC Issues New Guidance Regarding Proxy Voting Responsibility of... by: Richard D. Marshall and Mark J. Reyes
- COMMENTARY: California OEHHA and EPA's Prop. 65/FIFRA Skirmish—... by: Michael T. Novak and John B. Gustafson
- Court Remands Arbitration Award to Arbitrator for Clarification by: Rachel J. Schwartz
- Ninth Circuit Punts On Whether Obesity Is A Disability Under the ADA by: Peter J. Wozniak and Mark Wallin
- Ninth Circuit Denies En Banc Re-Hearing of Facebook First Amendment... by: Eric J. Troutman
- SEC Division of Corporation Finance Issues C&DIs Regarding Inline... by: Mark J. Reyes and Mark D. Wood
- China Solicits Comments on 21 Food-Contact Substances by: Packaging Law at Keller and Heckman
- PEER Petitions EPA for TSCA Rule Prohibiting Oil Refineries from... by: Lynn L. Bergeson and Carla N. Hutton
- New York Revises Employment Protections for Domestic Violence Victims... by: Joseph J. Lynett and Richard Greenberg
- Ouch! Harm to Business or Reputation Policy Ruled Unlawful by: David J. Pryzbylski
- Brazilian Research Institute Partners With Government To Evaluate Bio... by: Lynn L. Bergeson and Ligia Duarte Botelho
- USCIS to Close Majority of its International Offices by: Susan J. Cohen
- Canadian Government Considers Adoption of Consumer Product VOC... by: Jean-Cyril Walker and Alexa M. Pecht
- Gulf States Gaming - Commission Meeting Minutes August 23, 2019 by: Thomas B. Shepherd and Christopher S. Pace
- BRAG Biobased Products Blog: August 23, 2019 by: Lynn L. Bergeson
- BREAKING NEWS: New Jersey Is GILTI, Again! by: Stephen P. Kranz and Kathleen M. Quinn
- Proposed US Tax Rules for Cloud Computing Transactions and Digital... by: Rick Minor
- Update on the Regulation of CBD-Infused Products by: Food and Drug Law at Keller and Heckman
- ASIC Releases Draft Whistleblower Policy Guide by: Caroline Carnegie and Michaela Moloney
- Untangling Tolls and P3s by: Albert E. Dotson, Jr. and Eric Singer
- Bernalillo County, New Mexico Adopts Paid Leave For “Any Reason” Law by: Danny W. Jarrett and Tara K. Burke
- NMLS Ombudsman Holds Meeting At 2019 AAMR Annual Regulatory Conference by: Aileen Ng
- What is a "Day" When it Comes to Personal/Carers'... by: Lucy Shanahan and Bryan Belling
- CFTC v. Kraft by: Nicholas A.J. Wendland
- What You Should Know about Employment Litigation in Switzerland by: David Whincup
- VA Provides Interim Guidance On The Blue Water Navy Vietnam Veterans... by: Richard J. Andreano, Jr.
- Expansion of Technology at K-12 Schools Comes with Data Security... by: Joseph J. Lazzarotti
- Are Foreign Countries Delaware's Real Competition? by: Keith Paul Bishop
- Construction One-Minute Read: Illinois Restricts Retainage on Private... by: Eric A. Berg
- Treatment Of Models Under HUD's Proposed Disparate Impact Rule:... by: Christopher J. Willis
- To Regulate Or Not To Regulate? That Was The Question: UK FCA... by: Jim Bulling
- USTR Announces List 4 Tariffs on $300B Imports from China While... by: Ivan W. Bilaniuk and Julia T. Stuebing
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