September 27, 2021
- 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
September 24, 2021
- Safer Federal Workforce Task Force Issues Guidance for Federal... by: Laura A. Mitchell and F. Christopher Chrisbens
- New California Law Imposes Strict Quota on Warehouse Distribution... by: Anthony J Oncidi
- President Biden's COVID-19 Action Plan: Will Your Company Be... by: Abigail M. Kagan and Michelle S. Strowhiro
- Beltway Buzz, September 24, 2021 by: James J. Plunkett
- Safer Federal Workforce Task Force Publishes Guidance for Contractor... by: Jack Blum
- Ransom Demands: To Pay or Not to Pay? by: Anjali C. Das
- New York State Issues Updated Model Workplace Safety Plans and FAQ... by: Evandro C Gigante and Harris M Mufson
- Los Angeles County to Require Proof of Vaccination at Certain Indoor... by: Jennifer L. Nutter and Vidaur (Vida) Durazo
- The Battle over BLACK IRISH Liqueur by: Danielle M. DeFilippis
- HRSA Refers Six Drug Manufacturers to OIG for Possible 340B-Related... by: Bryan P. Murray
- New York State Updates General Model Form of HERO Act Safety Plan by: Susan Gross Sholinsky and Nancy Gunzenhauser Popper
- District Court Finds Equitable Relief Not Available to Private... by: Chukwukpee Nzegwu
- McDermottPlus Check-Up: September 24, 2021 by: McDermott Will & Emery
- How to Handle Connecticut Family and Medical Leave Act Leave Periods... by: Tanya A. Bovée and Sally Welch St. Onge
- Whistleblower Receives $36 Million from SEC by: Mary Jane Wilmoth
- “You Got To Know When To Protest” Part III: The Court Of Federal... by: Adam A. Bartolanzo and John W. Chierichella
- California Privacy Protection Agency Invites Comments on Proposed... by: Hunton Andrews Kurth’s Privacy and Cybersecurity
- International Travel Restrictions Will Be Rescinded In Early November... by: Julianne Cassin Sharp and Elizabeth Baker
- Massachusetts Department of Revenue Stops Applying COVID-19... by: Richard C. Call and Elle Kaiser
- What Do I Need to Know About Eminent Domain Compensation? by: Jeremy S. Young
- Masks Up, Pens Down: (Still) Litigating Mask Mandates in 2021 by: Brandon O. Moulard and Laura Lashley
- International Travel Restrictions Will Be Rescinded In Early November by: Julianne Cassin Sharp and Elizabeth Baker
- How Government Lawyers Can Do More in Less Time with Thomson Reuters... by: Rachel Popa and Chandler Ford
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