September 27, 2021

Volume XI, Number 270

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Date Title Organization
27
Sep
PFAS Georgia Rulings Open Door To Downstream Liabilities CMBG3 Law
27
Sep
Court Holds That Shareholder Derivative Suit May Proceed Against An Officer Without A Pre-Suit Demand Where The Case Involved A Closely-Held Corporation Winstead
27
Sep
UPDATE: Federal Judge Allows Student-Athletes Wage and Hour Claims Against the NCAA to Continue Jackson Lewis P.C.
26
Sep
The Road Less Travelled: Why Arbitration is an Increasingly Attractive Alternative for Resolving IP Disputes Mintz
25
Sep
The Outdoor Network: Preparing for Claims with Jim Hughes [PODCAST] Bracewell LLP
25
Sep
Wearing Many Hats [PODCAST] Bracewell LLP
25
Sep
Tenth Circuit Upholds Employer’s Decision to Deny Telework Accommodation Request Under Rehabilitation Act Ogletree, Deakins, Nash, Smoak & Stewart, P.C.
24
Sep
District Court Finds Equitable Relief Not Available to Private Litigants Under FCRA Womble Bond Dickinson (US) LLP
24
Sep
“You Got To Know When To Protest” Part III: The Court Of Federal Claims Declines To Expand Blue & Gold Waiver Rule For Bid Protests “Any Further Than The Federal Circuit Already Has” Sheppard, Mullin, Richter & Hampton LLP
24
Sep
What Do I Need to Know About Eminent Domain Compensation? Roetzel & Andress LPA
24
Sep
Masks Up, Pens Down: (Still) Litigating Mask Mandates in 2021 Nelson Mullins
24
Sep
TCPA QUICK HITTER: No Discovery, No Judgment–TCPA Defendant Stuck in Case After it Failed to Ask for Critical Evidence Squire Patton Boggs (US) LLP
24
Sep
Catching Up on the 2021 Clean Water Act Releases Robinson & Cole LLP
24
Sep
Court Upholds Termination of Employee Who Used Prescription Medication That Was Prescribed 5 Years Earlier Jackson Lewis P.C.
24
Sep
Courts Have Authority to Strike Unmanageable PAGA Claims, Says CA Court of Appeals Hunton Andrews Kurth
24
Sep
Illinois Biometric Law Limitation Period Clarified by Illinois Court Hunton Andrews Kurth
24
Sep
Recent First Circuit Opinion Addresses Strategies for Litigating Predominance in Class Action Litigation Robinson & Cole LLP
24
Sep
A Conversation With Kaeleen Korenaga [PODCAST] Much Shelist, P.C.
24
Sep
End Days For Session Replay Software Litigation: Another Case Bites the Dust Squire Patton Boggs (US) LLP
23
Sep
What Does Equal Pay Really Mean? Mintz

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