November 30, 2021
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- Good News and Bad News about Unclaimed Property in Wisconsin by: Emory Ireland
- Pfizer is Reportedly Lobbying Against Key Amendments to the False... by: Mary Jane Wilmoth
- DON’T MESS WITH TEXAS: $221,500.00 Judgment on Just 28 Illegal Calls... by: Eric J. Troutman
- Is the DEA Poised to Regulate Telepharmacy? by: Lauren L. Valiente and Nathaniel M. Lacktman
- PFAS Ban For Food Packaging Proposed by: John Gardella
- Just-Passed: Australian Offshore Electricity Infrastructure Bill by: Luke Westmore and Kelly Davies
- District of Delaware Chief Judge Denies Request for Early Motion for... by: Stephanie Smiertka Riley
- PFAS Drinking Water Issues Get $10 Billion In Funding by: John Gardella
- Everything Changes, Except That Which Stays the Same: GAO’s Bid... by: Anne Bluth Perry
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November 29, 2021
- NYAG’s Warning to Crypto Businesses Muddies Regulatory Waters;... by: Christopher J. Bosch
- Judge Blocks Portions of Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (... by: Laura Lawless
- 11 Ways to Tap into the Legal Market’s Greenfield by: Sarah Bottorff
- Biden Administration Bans Most Travel from Eight Countries in... by: John F. Quill
- EPA and Army Corps Announce Latest Update to Definition of "... by: Rachael L. Lipinski and Sophia E. Amberson
- Why You Should Pay Attention to Red Flags in the Recruiting Process by: Stefanie M. Marrone
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- A Spin on Things: Pending Legislation Seeks to Render Restrictive... by: Brooke C. Bahlinger
- POLITICAL TRAP?: Are Political Campaign Calls Seeking Telephone... by: Eric J. Troutman
- Old Myths Die Hard: District Court Reverses Bankruptcy Court’s... by: Keith S. Anderson and Hirshel M. Hall
- New EEOC Guidance: Your Employees Can Sue You for Covid-19... by: Kenneth C. Broodo
- POWER LESS: Court Holds Mojo “Power Dialer” May Be an ATDS in Latest... by: Eric J. Troutman
- EPA Proposes SNUR for Certain Multi-Walled Carbon Nanotubes by: Lynn L. Bergeson and Carla N. Hutton
- Weekly IRS Roundup November 22 – November 26, 2021 by: McDermott Will & Emery
- EPA PFAS Drinking Water Limits May Be Much Lower Than Predicted by: John Gardella
- Just When I Thought I Was Out: Omicron Variant and the Return of... by: Samuel J. Mudrick
- Senate Banking Committee Probes Stablecoins by: Scott H. Kimpel
- Useful Reference Materials for Compliance with the New Derivatives... by: Juan M. Arciniegas and W. Thomas Conner
- Decision Provides a Cautionary Tale About Contracting for... by: James P. Ray
- Former JP Morgan Executive Files SOX Whistleblower Retaliation Lawsuit by: Eric Bachman
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- The Results of COP26 by: Erin Grisby and Shannon S. Broome
- Top 10 Revenue Raisers in the House-Passed Build Back Better Act by: Robert Mangas and Marvin A. Kirsner
- Sustainable Outlook: Transparency, Unity and Community with Elizabeth... by: Elizabeth C. Crouse
- New COVID-19 Restrictions in Response to Omicron Variant by: Michael H. Neifach
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- How to Be a Successful Content Creator [VIDEO] by: Stefanie M. Marrone
- Mitigating Construction Risks in Offshore Wind Projects by: William J. Shaughnessy and Neal Sweeney
- Supreme Court Declines to Hear Challenge to Massachusetts Privacy Law by: Kristin L. Bryan
- Singapore's New Civil Justice Regime: Seven Likely Changes of... by: Sundararaj Palaniappan and Arias Lim Jie
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- New UAE Labour Law by: Zaid Abu-Shattal and Nazanin Aleyaseen
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- Ethylene Oxide Legislative Updates by: David A. Goldman
- Employment Termination in India: Recent Developments by: Archita Mohapatra and Vikram Shroff
- Ferrari Obtains New Guidance from The CJEU on Protection of Parts... by: Serena Totino
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