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Date Title Organization
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Nov
Wireless Retailer Faces Conditionally Certified Nationwide Class of Workers with Overtime Claims Despite Official Company Policy Against Off-The-Clock Work Hunton Andrews Kurth
9
Nov
The Challenges of Courthouse Operations in a Pandemic McDermott Will & Emery
9
Nov
Sixth Circuit Rules Lenders Cannot Rely on Borrowers to Satisfy ‘Ability to Repay’ Rule Under TILA Greenberg Traurig, LLP
9
Nov
Marriott Cyberattack Fine Reduced as ICO Shifts Penalty Policy Faegre Drinker
9
Nov
The District of Colorado Suspends Jury Trials McDermott Will & Emery
9
Nov
Bank Stuck in Debt Collection Robocall Suit: Allegations Bank Called Consumer up to 8 times Per Day Sufficient to Constitute Invasion of Privacy Squire Patton Boggs (US) LLP
9
Nov
What Happens to an Employee’s Seniority after an Asset Sale? Miller Canfield
9
Nov
With ZEVs and Air Toxics in Mind, CARB Seeks to Inject Itself into SCAQMD’s Lawsuit Against Port of LA Hunton Andrews Kurth
9
Nov
Objecting During Closing Arguments CMBG3 Law
9
Nov
BREAKING NEWS: Amicus Brief Filed in BIPA Litigation Arguing Clearview’s Faceprinting Practices Not Protected By the First Amendment Squire Patton Boggs (US) LLP
8
Nov
Speeding Up Insolvency Proceedings in India: Understanding the Principles of Preferential Transactions Nishith Desai Associates
8
Nov
India: For Admissibility Of Electronic Records, Certification Is Essential Nishith Desai Associates
6
Nov
Federal Circuit Limits Venue for Hatch-Waxman Cases Polsinelli PC
6
Nov
Despite Absence of Settlement, Unclaimed Funds To Be Distributed To Government Or Charity Rather Than Revert To Dish Network Faegre Drinker
6
Nov
Limitation Period for Enforcement of Foreign Awards in India Nishith Desai Associates
6
Nov
No Helmet Motorcycle Accident Claim Console and Associates, P.C.
6
Nov
Anheuser-Busch Not Liable for False Advertising for Pointing Out to Consumers that Miller Lite and Coors Light Use “Corn Syrup” Stark & Stark
6
Nov
A Foreign Corporation, Whether Or Not Dissolved, Is Not A Corporation Allen Matkins Leck Gamble Mallory & Natsis LLP
6
Nov
Revisiting Force Majeure and Other Contractual Considerations Amid COVID-19 Bracewell LLP
5
Nov
Supreme Court Update: Taylor v. Riojas (No. 19-1261), Mckesson v. Doe(No. 19-1108), Merrill v. People First of Alabama(No. 20A67) Wiggin and Dana LLP

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