October 21, 2019
- New Pennsylvania Law Requires Construction Employers to Use E-Verify by: Amy L. Peck and Michael H. Neifach
- Sky V Skykick AG – Is This The End Of A Claim For “Computer Software?” by: Simon Casinader and Niall J. Lavery
- Warrantless Retrieval of Electronic Automobile Data Held to Be... by: Jeffrey D Neuburger
- California Imposes New Flexible Spending Account Notice Requirement... by: Raymond P. Turner
- Tariff Relief: Companies May Seek Reduction Or Suspension Of Duties... by: David M. Spooner and Linda M. Weinberg
- Trump Campaign Organization a TCPA Target by: Paul C. Besozzi
- Dental Practice Impermissibly Discloses PHI on Yelp by: Sumaya M. Noush
- Once-in-a-Generation Opportunity to Influence Stark Law... by: T. Jeffrey Fitzgerald and Bruce Johnson
- How to Write Gender-Neutral Contracts by: Kati I. Pajak
- FDA Fall Fling: Medical Device Guidance Activity Flourishes by: Lynn C. Tyler, M.S.
- Court Confirms Arbitration Award Under FAA’s Strong Presumption in... by: Rachel J. Schwartz
- California’s New Statewide Rent Control – What You Need to Know by: Herman Enayati and David V. Hall
- Telecom Alert - Portal for Public Safety Interference Complaints; FCC... by: C. Douglas Jarrett and Gregory E. Kunkle
- To Stalk or Not to Stalk . . . That Is the Question – Using Social... by: Jacqueline A. Hayduk
- HHS Proposes Sweeping Changes to AKS and Stark Law, Part 2:... by: Karen S. Lovitch and Dianne J. Bourque
- Minnesota Lawmakers Take A Major Step Toward Regulating Police Use Of... by: Clifford G. Maine and Todd A. Dixon
- A Ghoulish Time for Vaping Flavors by: Tori S. Levine
- The DOL Tries to Say Goodbye—And Seriously, We Mean It—to the 80/20... by: Katelynn M. Williams
- Federal Appeals Court Holds Test For Illegal Drugs Is Not An... by: Katherine M. DiCicco
- With Employment Record Requests, Understanding an Employer’s Rights... by: Taylor L. Hunter
- Spanish Translation Guide for Pesticide Labeling by: Heather F. Collins
- Massachusetts Board of Registration in Medicine Adds New Physician... by: Health Law Group Robinson & Cole
- Director Independence and Demand Futility: A Holistic Inquiry of the... by: Josh Gaul and Rich L. Minice
- New York City’s Training Requirements Likely Expanded as it Extends... by: Michael S. Arnold and Brie Kluytenaar
- Why a Machine Readable Computer Instruction is not Abstract by: Steven Lundberg
- Wisconsin Bills That Could Impact Local Governments by: Andrew T. Phillips and Bennett Conard
- Weekly IRS Roundup October 14 – October 18, 2019 by: Tax Practice Group McDermott Will Emery
- Company May Characterize Employee as a Compliance Risk by: Rebecca A. Worthington
- PTO Releases New Guidelines on Subject Matter Eligibility by: Warren Woessner
- Two Important Stragglers Among California’s New Labor Laws by: Anthony J Oncidi and Cole D. Lewis
- New California Law Extends Statute of Limitations to File FEHA Claim... by: Casey M. Curran and Ashley Lynn Hoffman
- Government Contracts Regulatory and Legislative Update for September... by: Jessica C. Abrahams and John G. Horan
- European Commission Adopts Disclosure Templates for EU Securitisation... by: Robert Cannon and David Quirolo
- Lawmaker Calls for FDA to Respond to Report on Toxic Metals in Baby... by: Food and Drug Law at Keller and Heckman
- Do Polish Companies and Corporate Law Enter the Digital Era? –... by: Marcin S. Wnukowski and Karolina Łasowska
- FCA Fines Tullet Prebon Over £15 Million for Breaches of Principles... by: Garon Anthony and Mariyam Harunah
- FDA Warns Consumers to Stop Using THC Vaping Products Amid Ongoing... by: Aaliyah K. Eaves and Ambur C. Smith
- Analysis of Attorney General Regulations to CCPA – Part 4: Special... by: Elana Safner
- SDNY Grants Motion to Dismiss SOX Retaliation Claim by: Steven J Pearlman and Jacob L. Hirsch
- Brexit – What Just Happened? by: Matthew Kirk
October 20, 2019
Real Estate, Transportation, Utilities and Construction Law News
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Additionally, the National Law Review covers regulations and legislation as it relates to mortgages and other real estate lending requirements; including, the requirements imposed on lenders under RESPA, and other news from the CFPB as it relates to home ownership and mortgage procedures, such as the Know Before You Owe Rule.
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