February 06, 2023
- NNI Publishes Supplement to the President’s 2023 Budget Request by: Lynn L. Bergeson and Carla N. Hutton
- This Week in 340B: January 31 – February 6, 2023 by: Emily J. Cook and Reuben Bank
- SECURE 2.0 Series Part 9: Now It’s Easier Than Ever to Clean Up Those... by: Craig A. Day
- Announcement: Recent Regulatory Agendas Show Numerous Delayed Awaited... by: Gregory R. Wall and Matthew Z. Leopold
- Class Actions 101 by: Tycko & Zavareei Whistleblower Practice Group
- EEOC Releases Comprehensive Guidance Regarding Job Applicants and... by: Emily K. Harvin
- FTC Extends ‘Green Guides’ Comment Period to April 24 by: Laura Siegel Rabinowitz and Donald S. Stein
- Massachusetts Paid Family and Medical Leave Act Update by: Sara J. Higgins
- New Jersey’s Expanded WARN Obligation to Take Effect in April 2023 by: Carrie Hoffman
- OSHA Increases Maximum Penalties and Announces Significant New... by: Brian Hurt and William J. Wahoff
- Department of Justice Withdraws Key Healthcare Antitrust Policy... by: John D. Carroll and David R. Garcia
- Illinois Supreme Court: All BIPA Claims Subject to Five-Year Statute... by: Robert D. Boley and Paula M. Ketcham
- Federal Communications Commission Authorizes Use of Automated and... by: Paul C. Besozzi
- Check the List: Is OFCCP Ready to Release Your Company’s EEO-1 Report? by: Lauren B. Hicks
- Illinois Supreme Court Rules on BIPA Class Action Lawsuit by: Hunton Andrews Kurth’s Privacy and Cybersecurity
- The RADV Final Rule and Advance Notice of CY 2024 Capitation Rates:... by: Christine Burke Worthen and Mike Segal
- Who Has My Data? EU Court Rules GDPR Requires Disclosure of Data... by: Benjamin William Perry and Rachel M. LaBruyere
- EEOC Announces Enforcement Priorities for 2023-2027 by: Dan Syed
- Weekly IRS Roundup January 30 – February 3, 2023 by: Sarah M. Raben
- Delaware Court of Chancery Determines that Corporate Officers Owe... by: Frank M. Placenti and Barbara A. Jones
- 100% That’s My Trademark: Common Terms Can Be Source Identifiers... by: Matthew J. Smith
- How to Use "Voice of Customer" Data to Better Market Your... by: Meranda M. Vieyra
- San Francisco Passes Ordinance Mandating Paid Military Leave by: Harold R. Jones and Melissa J. Kendra
- CPPA Board Votes to Send Final CPRA Regs to the Office of... by: Alan L. Friel and Elizabeth A. Spencer Berthiaume
- Weekly Bankruptcy Alert February 6, 2023 by: Bankruptcy & Creditors' Rights
- Title 22 is Governing Law in California – Think Twice Before Adopting... by: Rebecca B. Hoyes and Tish R. Pickett
- DOJ Withdraws Long-Standing Health Care Antitrust Enforcement Policy... by: E. John Steren and Patricia M. Wagner
- Impressing a Robot: EEOC Takes a Byte Out of AI Based Hiring (US) by: Labor and Employment Practice Group Squire Patton Boggs
- California Attorney General’s New Privacy Enforcement Targets are... by: Jason C. Gavejian and Joseph J. Lazzarotti
- CPPA Approves Proposed Final CPRA Regulations for Submission to OAL by: Hunton Andrews Kurth’s Privacy and Cybersecurity
- Powered By Foley Episode 5: Projects & Money Recap – Growth and... by: Natalie S. Neals and Darin M. Lowder
- ATDS CASE AGAINST DMS PROCEEDS: Pro Per Plaintiff Scores Unusual... by: Eric J. Troutman
- Consolidated Appropriations Act of 2023 Extends Telehealth Waivers by: Gina L. Bertolini and Leah D'Aurora Richardson
- New and Greener ROZ Template by: David van Dijk and Barbara Klootwijk
- California Court Upholds Percentage Bonus, Without Recalculating... by: Paul R. Lynd
- Cardiology: The New Darling of Private Equity Investment by: Roger D. Strode
- Kerry Inc. Pleads Guilty to Unsanitary Manufacturing Charges for... by: Food and Drug Law at Keller and Heckman
- Honchariw: The Enforceability of Late Fees in California by: Julie A. Schoepf and Marci L. Morgan Cox
- Operation Nightingale: Fraudulent Nursing Diploma Scheme and Its... by: Sophia Temis
- 2024 New York Budget Proposes Wide-Ranging Transaction Approval... by: David Manko and Jonian Rafti
- Even-handed Thievery: SEC Sanctions Unregistered Investment Adviser... by: Peter D. Hutcheon
- Sanctions Update—January 2023 by: Rosie Naylor and Michael E. Ruck
- CFPB Hosts Hearing on Appraisal Bias by: James W. Wright, Jr. and Britney M. Crawford
- Abusive Arbitrage Devices – It’s Time to Get Reacquainted by: Cynthia C. Mog
- Available Options for Completing Form I-9 in Remote-Work Scenarios by: Caterina Cappellari
- CIPA SUNDAY: Google Wins On Motion to Dismiss CIPA Claim! by: Brittany A. Andres
- Assembly Member Takes Another Run At Digital Financial Asset Law by: Keith Paul Bishop
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