September 27, 2021
- OIG Issues Report Suggesting Medicare Advantage Companies Perform... by: Alexis Finkelberg Bortniker and C. Frederick Geilfuss II
- New Federal Guidance Broadly Construes President's Executive... by: Rebecca L. Baker and Robert S. Nichols
- On Her Shoulders, Episode 10 - Interview with Alexandria McCombs [... by: Corinne Smith
- Federal Contractor COVID-19 Vaccine Mandate Clock is Ticking by: Abigail M. Kagan and Michelle S. Strowhiro
- Is it Unfair to Restrict Unfair Competition? The FTC May Soon Make... by: Michael F. Ryan
- Task Force Guidance Issued for Federal Contractor Vaccination Mandate by: Trevor M. Jorgensen and Julie Furer Stahr
- Labor Department Issues Tip Regulations Final Rule on Tip Sharing,... by: Justin R. Barnes and Jeffrey W. Brecher
- Long COVID: The Long (and Short) of Compliance with the ADA by: Cristina Portela Solomon
- Big Changes on the Horizon for Clients by: Matthew R. Hillery and Martha J. Nahill Frahm
- USPTO Revises Patent Bar Qualifications by: Courtenay C. Brinckerhoff
- FERC Staff Recommends Natural Gas Infrastructure Winterization... by: Kayla J. Grant and Randall S. Rich
- Uncle Sam Wants You! (To Get Vaccinated, If You’re a Federal... by: Aron C. Beezley and Patrick R. Quigley
- CREASY DEFENSE EVAPORATES: Caller Loses Creasy Issue to TCPA... by: Eric J. Troutman
- If You Do Business With the Federal Government, it May Be Time for... by: Mark J. Neuberger and Jeffrey S. Kopp
- Five Takeaways from DOJ’s Latest National Enforcement Action,... by: Sarah Beth S. Kuyers and Brian P. Dunphy
- European Securities Watchdog Fine Highlights Importance of Data... by: A.J. S. Dhaliwal
- Telecom Alert: Emergency Connectivity Fund First Round Funding; 2.5... by: Casey Lide and Wesley K. Wright
- BIDEN TO ACT ON FCC?: 17 Senators Send Letter to Biden Urging Him to... by: Eric J. Troutman
- Weekly IRS Roundup September 20 – 24, 2021 by: McDermott Will & Emery
- Immigration Weekly Round-Up: N.J. Senators Urge Release of Imprisoned... by: William C. Menard
- Court Agrees with FTC: Can Seek Relief under Section 19 by: Moorari Shah and A.J. S. Dhaliwal
- Hispanic Heritage Month: 10 Famous Hispanic Attorneys by: Kamron Sanders
- Federal Contractors and Subcontractors: White House Clarifies New... by: William J. Kishman
- As DOJ Focuses on Medicare Advantage Reimbursement, So Should Health... by: Dayna C. LaPlante and Gregory R. Jones
- Safer Federal Workforce Task Force Releases Vaccine Requirements for... by: David Y. Yang and Amy Conant Hoang
- Information Injury is A Thing in The Ninth Circuit, But For How Long? by: Jeffrey R. Porter
- MORE SMS REGULATIONS COMING?: Senator Urges FCC Take Further Action... by: Eric J. Troutman
- Tough Yardage by: Ellis T. "Skip" Prince
- Guide to Content Marketing for Law Firms by: Sarah Bottorff
- EPA Extends Submission Deadline for Health and Safety Studies on High... by: Lynn L. Bergeson and Carla N. Hutton
- New Guidance Requires Federal Contractors to Have Employees... by: Christy E. Kiely and Susan F. Wiltsie
- Transatlantic Trade | US and Europe – Week of September 20, 2021 by: Stacy A. Swanson and Christina Economides
- Not Cleared for Takeoff: DOJ Sues to Stop American-JetBlue Alliance... by: Bruce D. Sokler and Tinny T. Song
- Weekly Bankruptcy Alert: For the week ending September 26, 2021 by: Business Practice Group Pierce Atwood
- NIST Holds a Two-Day Public Workshop on Cybersecurity Labeling... by: Hunton Andrews Kurth’s Privacy and Cybersecurity
- Highly Compensated Offshore Worker Paid a Day Rate Found Entitled to... by: Christopher S. Mann
- What Percentage of Do Not Sell Requests Do Retailers Deny Each Year? by: David A. Zetoony
- Another Vanilla Lawsuit Dismissed by: Food and Drug Law at Keller and Heckman
- Potential Government Shutdown – What Every Federal Contractor Needs... by: Guy Brenner and Allan S Bloom
- EPA Announces Winners Of The 2021 Safer Choice Partner Of The Year... by: Lynn L. Bergeson and Ligia Duarte Botelho
- Federal Circuit Crystallizes BMS’ Apixaban District Court Win by: Jill K. MacAlpine, Ph.D. and Mark J. Feldstein, Ph.D.
- New Bill Allows Required Notices and Postings to be Emailed to... by: Jacklin Rad
- Vaccination Guidance Issued For Federal Contractors and Subcontractors by: Guy Brenner and Megan A. Childs
- PFAS Georgia Rulings Open Door To Downstream Liabilities by: John Gardella
- Court Holds That Shareholder Derivative Suit May Proceed Against An... by: David Fowler Johnson
- CMS Announces Rescission of Mid-Build Exception Audit Determinations by: Timothy Cahill and Jared M. Bruce
- New Studies Show Efficacy of Telemedicine in Alcohol Use Disorder... by: Sunny J. Levine and Nathaniel M. Lacktman
- UPDATE: Federal Judge Allows Student-Athletes Wage and Hour Claims... by: Gregg E. Clifton
September 26, 2021
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