August 10, 2022

Volume XII, Number 222

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Date Title Organization
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Aug
California Court of Appeal Holds Online-Only Business Websites Are Not “Public Accommodations" Proskauer Rose LLP
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Aug
Keeping it real – the quest for reason in whistleblowing cases (UK) Squire Patton Boggs (US) LLP
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Aug
The Supreme Court Rules That § 1782 Does Not Apply to Private Arbitrations Sheppard, Mullin, Richter & Hampton LLP
9
Aug
Energy & Sustainability Litigation Updates — August 2022 Mintz
9
Aug
The Performance Review Episode 17: Destination Arbitration: Viking River Cruises and Its Impact on Private Attorney General Act (PAGA) Claims [PODCAST] Greenberg Traurig, LLP
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Aug
Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court Reverses Denial of Motion to Compel Arbitration, Holds Grubhub Drivers Must Arbitrate Employment Claims Pierce Atwood LLP
9
Aug
Genesis Healthcare and the 340B Program Patient Definition [PODCAST] K&L Gates
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Aug
GETTING PERSONAL: Credit Pros’ President and Chief Compliance Officer Kaplan Stuck in TCPA Case Over Credit Improvement Text Messages Troutman Firm
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Aug
Energy & Sustainability IP Updates — August 2022 Mintz
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Aug
LE SIGH: Another Court Holds the FTSA Is Constitutional, and Yes, Text Messages Are Calls under the TCPA (Probably) Troutman Firm
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Aug
First-of-a-Kind Crypto Insider Trading Prosecution: SEC-v-Wahi et al Action May Have Broad Implications Across the Digital Asset Space ArentFox Schiff LLP
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Aug
Better Late Than Never: Delaware Bankruptcy Court Determines That 546(e) Avoidance Safe Harbors Are Available to Defendants That Only Qualify as Financial Participants Several Years After the Subject Transaction in In re Samson Resources Corp. Bracewell LLP
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Aug
Litigation Minute: Cigna's Modifier 26 Reimbursement Policy K&L Gates
9
Aug
Judge Approves $92 Million TikTok Settlement Hunton Andrews Kurth
9
Aug
California Court Confirms Kevin Spacey Must Pay $31 Million to House of Cards Producers Proskauer Rose LLP
8
Aug
Classifying Workers as Contractors Becomes Tougher After New Jersey Supreme Court’s Decision Interpreting the “Independent Business” Requirement Sills Cummis & Gross P.C.
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Aug
Understanding West Virginia v. EPA, Part 2: The Impact [PODCAST] Bracewell LLP
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Aug
Managing State Law Risks of Employer-Sponsored Abortion-Related Travel Benefits Post-Dobbs Mintz
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Aug
Expanded Limitations Period and Individual Liability for Employers Facing Labor Commissioner Hearings Sheppard, Mullin, Richter & Hampton LLP
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Aug
DEBT COLLECTION LIMIT: Court Finds Servicer’s Neutrally-Worded Voicemail Advising of Payment Options Does Not Constitute Debt Collection Troutman Firm

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