November 30, 2020
- India: Foreign Contribution Rules Amended to Further Tighten Foreign... by: Puja Saha and Rahul Rishi
- ESG Investing in Retirement Accounts: Down But Not Out by: Pete S. Michaels and Alyssa C. Scruggs
- Scraping By: Data Scraping Litigation Continues to Test Limits of... by: Zarish Baig and Kristin L. Bryan
- Cal/OSHA Votes to Implement Strict COVID-19 Workplace Protections for... by: Jason P. Brown and Susan F. Wiltsie
- HHS OIG Highlights "Inherent Fraud and Abuse Risks" of... by: John H. Lawrence and Christopher L. Nasson
- India: Intersection of Private International Law and Taxation: Bombay... by: Shipra Padhi and Rajesh Simhan
- BREAKING: FCC Chairman Pai To Step Down January 20 by: Daniel L. Delnero
- Final Part of Chicago’s Predictive Scheduling Law to Go Into Effect... by: Kathryn Montgomery Moran and James D. Thomas
- Preventing and Detecting Fraud in Aircraft Sales and Financing... by: Merrick J. Benn
- Price Gouging Weekly Round Up - November 30, 2020 by: Christopher E Ondeck and John R Ingrassia
- Non-Compete Boilerplate Loses Steam Where Independent Contractor... by: James P. Flynn
- IP Basics for Start-Ups and Small Enterprises: What Growing Companies... by: Preston H. Heard and Lauren Baker
- Seventh Circuit Finds Article III Standing for (Some) Section 15(a)... by: Brett M. Doran and Tiffany S. Fordyce
- EU Seeking Comment on Revisions to Standard Contractual Clauses by: Liisa M. Thomas
- Ups & Downs in Healthcare Data Breach Litigation—Federal Court... by: Kristin L. Bryan and Meghan A. Quinn
- New Framework for Foreign Investment Screening in the U.K.: A Primer... by: Jonathon A. Gunn
- Vectura v. GlaxoSmithKline – How to Keep Process Limitations out of... by: Warren Woessner
- EPA Finalizes Key NSR Reform Rule That Will Allow Consideration of... by: Brook J. Detterman and David C. Weber
- Engineering Coverage for Social Engineering Schemes in Light of New... by: Andrea DeField and Michael L. Huggins
- Can Employers Mandate Employees to Take a COVID-19 Vaccine? by: Jan E. Hensel and Jacqueline N. Rau
- Tax Treatment of Expenses Paid with PPP Loans – Part 2 by: S. John Kelly
- UK Supreme Court Issues Guidance on the Governing Law of an... by: Madeleine R. Williams and Tim Fox
- The Hain Celestial Group Briefs the Court on FDA’s Characterizing... by: Food and Drug Law at Keller and Heckman
- Protecting Manufacturers’ Investment in Training Skilled Employees by: James M. Stone and Allison Gluvna Folk
- Event Studies and “Bellwether” Effects by: Allan W. Kleidon and Filipe Lacerda
- 2020 DOJ Health Care Fraud Takedown by: Charles C. Dunham, IV and Todd A. Pickles
- California Court of Appeal Rules That the FAAAA Does Not Preempt... by: Kevin R. Vozzo
- Employers Needled by Vaccine Refusals, Part 2 – The Role of... by: David Whincup
- Cal-OSHA Adopts Emergency COVID-19 Regulations by: Lindsay E. Hutner and James Nelson
- California and Delaware Franchise Taxes Are Similar In Name Only by: Keith Paul Bishop
- Eleventh Circuit Vacates Godiva FACTA Settlement by: Jason D. Wyman
- The New Australian Modern Slavery Register by: Michael Hain and Amy L. Groff
- CPRA Series: New, Expanded and Modified Consumer Rights by: Rachel E. Ehlers
- NMW increase – avoiding a growing problem with compliance (UK) by: Fiona Sellers
November 29, 2020
November 28, 2020
- Administrator Wheeler Wraps Up Visit to Arkansas Meeting with... by: EPA
- Federal Judges Parody Hamilton in Musical Lament to (Renewed) Jury... by: Thomas Kane
- Corrected: U.S. Department of Labor’s OSHA Announces $3,301,932 in... by: U.S. Department of Labor
- COVID-19: US State Policy Report – November 25, 2020 by: Jeffrey L. Turner and Traci L. Martinez
- UK Government Spending Review – Highlights by: Nick Helm
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