January 30, 2023
- US Executive Branch Update – January 30, 2023 by: Stacy A. Swanson
- California AG Announces CCPA Enforcement Sweep Aimed at Mobile Apps... by: Hunton Andrews Kurth’s Privacy and Cybersecurity
- DOJ Expands Availability of Declinations with Disgorgement for... by: Erin K. Sullivan and Lane M. Webster
- SCOTUS Cert Recap: SCOTUS Adds Eight Issues To Its Docket, Including... by: Kian Hudson and Lara Langeneckert
- The New Hart-Scott-Rodino Filing Thresholds: The FTC and Congress... by: Jennifer M. Driscoll
- Healthcare Industry May be Impacted by FTC Proposed Rule Prohibiting... by: Dinsmore & Shohl LLP
- FTC Announces 2023 Thresholds Under HSR Act and Clayton Act New... by: John R Ingrassia and Timothy E. Burroughs
- Illinois Enacts New Law to Standardize Local Permitting for Renewable... by: Ryan C. Granholm and Amy Antoniolli
- Louisiana Appellate Court Finds Nondiscretionary Production Bonus... by: Andrew P. Burnside and Ellen C. Rains
- Inflation Reduction Act: EPA Invites Stakeholder Input on Grant/... by: Steven G. Barringer and Robert Mangas
- Annual Reports Coming to Pennsylvania and Other Updates to the... by: W. H. Snyder and David M. Aceto
- SECURE 2.0: Retirement Plan Rules Get a Makeover! by: Labor and Employment Polsinelli
- New Year, New Protections for Pregnant and Nursing Employees by: Jacqueline A. Hayduk
- Movement on CPRA Regulations Expected by: Julia K. Kadish
- USCIS Announces H-1B Cap Registration Period for March 2023 by: John F. Quill
- Despite Legal and Other Challenges, Amendments to Delaware’s... by: Lisa R. Stark and Sean M. Jones
- USCIS Announces Registration Period for the FY 2024 H-1B Cap by: Meagan E. Dziura
- Amazon’s Most Favored Nations Policies Scrutinized Under Sherman Act by: Christopher E Ondeck and John R Ingrassia
- Coming to Illinois in 2024 – Paid Leave for Any Reason by: Amanda C. Hibbler
- Rules Enabling Act Key to New Ninth Circuit Decision on Class... by: Wystan M. Ackerman
- 2022 Privacy World Year in Review: CCPA by: Kristin L. Bryan and Marisol C. Mork
- Accountable AI Systems through Risk Management: NIST Creates... by: Amy S. Leopard and Elizabeth M. Boone
- Are Lawyers Who Author Or Vote For Unconstitutional Laws Subject To... by: Keith Paul Bishop
- PEOS–The European Perspective by: Paul Callegari and Roberto Podda
- Did You Hear? The EEOC Issues New Guidance on Auditory Disabilities... by: Joe D'Andrea
- Congress Codifies Longstanding M&A Broker Exemption from SEC... by: Robert Long and William B. Mack
- Court Affirms Judgment In Divorce Proceeding That Property Was... by: David Fowler Johnson
- FDA Announces Important Shift in CBD Products Regulation by: Whitt Steineker and Savannah Kolodziej
- Update: Reclassification of Northern Long-eared Bat as Endangered... by: Matthew D. Manahan and Lisa A. Gilbreath
- Anti-Abortion Advocacy Groups’ Challenge to FDA-Approved Abortion... by: Amy K. Dow and Olivia K. Plinio
- FCC Provides Some Clarity On Healthcare Messages, Indirectly Confirms... by: Douglas A. Grimm and Adam D. Bowser
- SECURE 2.0 Brings Significant Changes for 403(b) Plans by: Katrina E. McCann and Jay E. Jensen
- Digital Decision Making: Community Association Board of Directors Can... by: Madeline C. Lipe
- California AG Announces Investigation of Mobile Apps’ CCPA Compliance by: Gretchen A. Ramos
- SECURE 2.0 Act Brings Slate of Changes to Employer-Sponsored... by: John D. Arendshorst and Andrea M. Gumushian
- FDA Finalizes Guidance to Prevent Unsafe Contamination of Animal Feed... by: Food and Drug Law at Keller and Heckman
- Outside Tips: SEC Sues Trio for Trading on Equifax Breach by: Peter D. Hutcheon and Jerome F. Gallagher, Jr.
- Congress Continues to Expand Bank Secrecy Act Whistleblower Program by: Kevin McCart and Rebecca A. Worthington
- SECURE 2.0 Series Part 7: Matching Contributions Based on Student... by: Joy Napier-Joyce
January 29, 2023
- Feds "Hack the Hackers" and Take Down Prolific (and... by: Cynthia J. Larose
- New York Woman Sentenced for $9.2 Million COVID-19 Relief Fraud by: United States Department of Justice (DOJ)
- Registration for H-1B Cap-Subject Petitions Opens in March (H-1B... by: Kimberly A. Clarke and Nina Thekdi
- Beltway Buzz, January 27, 2023 by: James J. Plunkett
- 2022 Delaware Corporate Law Year in Review by: Nathan P. Emeritz and Diane N. Ibrahim
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