August 10, 2020
- Old Antitrust Consent Decrees In The Movie Business Terminated By... by: Randy Gordon and Kendall Millard
- Liar, Liar: Texas Supreme Court Rejects Fraud As Basis For Ignoring... by: Peter Lawrence Loh and Nathan D. Imfeld
- Philadelphia Enacts Protections for COVID-19 Whistleblowers by: Elizabeth K. McManus and Eric I. Emanuelson, Jr.
- It’s Official: Telehealth Benefits Have Been Expanded For Medicare... by: Matthew M. Shatzkes and Erica J. Kraus
- Georgia Enacts COVID-19 Legal Immunity for Healthcare Providers,... by: Todd Van Dyke and Raymond Perez, II
- NJ Legislature Creates Rebuttable Presumption Essential Workers... by: Andrew J. Heck
- If You’re Sick, Stay Home! You May Even Get Paid for It by: Jessica Glatzer Mason
- 5 Questions with Kimberly Neuendorf: Content Analysis by: Lisa K. Tichy and Anna Shakotko
- Comparing the Standard of Conduct: Broker-Dealers vs. Investment... by: Joan M. Neri
- California High Court: Interference With ‘At Will’ Contract Requires... by: Dan Mogin and Jennifer M. Oliver
- New York Federal Court Rules on U.S. Department of Labor’s FFCRA... by: Ashley Prickett Cuttino and Burton D. Garland, Jr.
- San Francisco Proposes Doubling Transfer Tax for Certain Real Estate... by: William R. Ahern and Jared C. Kassan
- COVID-19 Related Class Actions Arising from Club Closures: A Look at... by: Jaikaran Singh
- With Immunity and Justice For All? Congress Weighs Unparalleled Tort... by: Y. Douglas Yang
- New Executive Order Directs Federal Agencies to Buy U.S.-Made... by: Nate Bolin and James L. Sawyer
- Judicial Panel on Multidistrict Litigation Refuses to Consolidate... by: Melanie A. Conroy and Donald R. Frederico
- CMS Launches New ACO Toolkit Highlighting Effective Strategies For... by: Stephanie I. Awanyai
- A Liu Look at Disgorgement: Ninth Circuit Vacates SEC Disgorgement... by: Kyle DeYoung and Lex Urban
- Employers Must Accommodate Some Workers’ Opioid Use and Treatment by: Nathaniel M. Glasser and Garen E. Dodge
- What It Means: President Trump’s Executive Order on Deferring Payroll... by: Melissa Ostrower and Robert R. Perry
- The Practitioner's Guide to SAMHSA's 2020 Final Part 2... by: Sarah L. Carlins and Carla M. Dewberry
- Strategic Insurance Considerations for Emerging Coal Ash Bodily... by: John M. Hagan and Michael J. Lynch
- USDA Proposes Overhaul of Organic Program Certification and... by: Alan J. Sachs and Kathryn E. Szmuszkovicz
- U.S. DOL: Employees Who Refuse to Work Under Unsafe Conditions May Be... by: Susan Gross Sholinsky and Eric I. Emanuelson, Jr.
- European Commission and U.S. Department of Commerce to Discuss... by: Hunton Andrews Kurth’s Privacy and Cybersecurity
- COVID-19 Update: Governor Cuomo Extends Tenant Protections, Including... by: Steven M. Herman and Nicholas E. Brandfon
- The Plight of Oppressed Private Company Minority Investors: No Legal... by: Ladd Hirsch
- Significant Fee Rise in Immigration Forms Affects Businesses and... by: Raymond G. Lahoud
- New Jersey’s Equine Statute: Balancing Inherent Risks and Public... by: Michael A. Nicodema
- Telecom Alert—C-Band Auction Procedures Announced; FCC Denies... by: C. Douglas Jarrett and Gregory E. Kunkle
- Employee Leave for Childcare This Fall As School Closures Ramp Up by: Jeffrey S. Kopp and Daniel A. Kaplan
- Picking Up the Pieces: Quicken’s Big TCPA Arbitration Loss is a... by: Eric J. Troutman
- Price Gouging Weekly Round Up: August 10, 2020 by: Christopher E Ondeck and John R Ingrassia
- Event-Cancellation Insurance Issues During a Pandemic by: Lorelie S. Masters and Latosha M. Ellis
- My Employees are Teleworking – Do I Need to Worry About OSHA Work... by: Leonard V. Feigel and Taylor Eric White
- Handling Retail Customers Who Refuse to Wear a Mask by: Richard D. Landau and H. Bernard Tisdale
- “Buy American” in the Twilight Zone: Executive Order Strengthening... by: David S. Gallacher and Keeley A. McCarty
- Fraudulent HIPAA Communications: An Alert from the Office for Civil... by: Iliana L. Peters
- DOJ’s Big Reveal on How to Avoid Corporate Criminal Prosecutions by: William M. Hannay
- New York City Proposes Rule to Clarify That, in Addition to Race, “... by: Nancy L. Gunzenhauser Popper
- Elective Gilti Exclusion for High-Taxed Gilti by: Enrica Ma and Caroline H. Ngo
- The Making – and Unmaking – of an FCC Commissioner by: Michael T. N. Fitch and Wesley K. Wright
- FDA Publishes Report on Nanotechnology — Over a Decade of Progress... by: Lynn L. Bergeson and Carla N. Hutton
- The Coming Cyber Pandemic: Part II by: Niall Brennan and Marc Voses
- Reminder for 401(k) Plan Sponsors: Long-Term, Part-Time Employee... by: Dawn E. Sellstrom and Elizabeth Olson
- COVID-19: Free Lodging, Free Testing, Free of OIG Enforcement? by: Kara Schoonover and Rachel B. Goodman
- Class Action Litigation Newsletter Summer 2020: Seventh Eighth and... by: Robert J. Herrington and Stephen L. Saxl
- If someone is in a car crash, how do they know if they need a lawyer? by: Richard P. Console, Jr.
- EEOC Releases Guidance on Employee Opioid Use and the ADA by: Evandro C Gigante and Laura M. Fant
- AAM v. Neapco Part II– Judge Moore’s Dissent – Nothing More =... by: Warren Woessner
- Class Action Litigation Newsletter Summer 2020: Ninth Circuit by: Robert J. Herrington and Stephen L. Saxl
- Return to Work COVID-19 Testing Considerations by: Danielle M. Bereznay and Michael S. Arnold
- FDA Requests Information That Could Result in Expanding the Rarely... by: Food and Drug Law at Keller and Heckman
- Back-to-school and the FFCRA by: Katheryn A. Mills
- Class Action Litigation Newsletter Summer 2020: US Supreme Court by: Robert J. Herrington and Stephen L. Saxl
- TECHPLACE™ Talk: Digital Contact Tracing Solutions to Slow the Spread... by: Danielle Ochs and Jennifer Betts
- Better Than Under the Mattress - OCC Opens the Door to Cryptocurrency... by: Richard B. Levin and David M. Allred
- COVID-19: (Australia) Jobkeeper 2.0 – Expanded Eligibility by: Matthew Cridland and Michaela Moloney
- Class Action Litigation Newsletter Summer 2020: Fourth, Fifth and... by: Robert J. Herrington and Stephen L. Saxl
- Cal OSHA issues Updated Infection Prevention Guidance for... by: Cressinda D. Schlag and Kymiya St. Pierre
- 5 Questions with Matthew Weinberg: Merger Retrospectives by: Omur Celmanbet and Rainer Schwabe
- Class Action Litigation Newsletter Summer 2020: First, Second and... by: Robert J. Herrington and Stephen L. Saxl
- Section 889(a)(1)(B) of the 2019 NDAA: Interim Final Rule Prohibiting... by: Karen R. Harbaugh and Danielle E. Mehta
- More Quorum Mysteries by: Keith Paul Bishop
- China’s National People’s Congress to Start Second Deliberation on... by: Aaron Wininger
August 09, 2020
- TikTok and WeChat Targeted by Latest Trump Administration Executive... by: International Trade Practice at Squire Patton Boggs
- What Makes Your Expert Witness the Best Witness? Social Science... by: Clint Townson, Ph.D.
- COVID-19: US State Policy Report – August 7, 2020 by: Jeffrey L. Turner and Traci L. Martinez
August 08, 2020
- 5 Questions with Stuart Gilson: Creating Firm Value by: Yesim C. Richardson and Chanel F. O'Neill
- National Security Meets Teenage Dance Battles: Trump Issues Executive... by: Fatema K. Merchant and Brian D. Weimer
- Don’t Forget to Check, and Re-Check, the California Reopening... by: Charles O. Thompson and Vanessa C. Krumbein
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