October 14, 2019
- Moment of Clarity? NLRB Upholds Info-Sharing and Media Contact Rules... by: Mark Theodore and Joshua S. Fox
- OSHA Releases Annual “Top 10” by: Trever L. Neuroth
- Supreme Court Considers Title VII Protections for LGBTQ Workers by: Alexander R. P. Dunn
- Proposed Regulations Under The California Consumer Credit Privacy Act by: Linda C. Odom and John ReVeal
- A Look at California’s New Labor and Employment Laws by: Chris M. Micheli
- Patent Attacks Against Open Source Intensify! by: James G. Gatto
- Federal Court Strikes Down as Facially Unconstitutional Portions of... by: Mark F. Glaser and Joshua L. Oppenheimer
- Beware the Gap Between What’s Legal and What’s Believable – How Good... by: Dabney D. Ware
- Big Bang! California Expands Employee Privacy Rights & Insights... by: Justine M. Phillips and Jessica R. Gross
- Women’s National Soccer Team Advances the Ball Toward Equal Pay by: Eric Bachman
- Bite Your Tongue: NLRB Rules that Produce Company’s Media,... by: Jonathan M. Turner
- Whatever Happened to that Big Ringless Voicemail Decision We Were All... by: Eric J. Troutman
- California Follows Vermont, Requires Data Broker Registration by: Liisa M. Thomas and Julia K. Kadish
- Second Circuit Issues Another Arbitration-Friendly Decision by: Diane Krebs
- California Court of Appeal Rejects Employee’s Attempt to Seek... by: Kevin Sullivan
- Tight Ship: Labor Board Reports Improvement In Case Handling... by: David J. Pryzbylski
- Weekly IRS Roundup October 7 – October 11, 2019 by: Tax Practice Group McDermott Will Emery
- US District Courts Start Applying Kisor v. Wilkie; Is Auer Deference... by: Brent Owen
- California Consumer Privacy Act FAQs for Covered Businesses October... by: Joseph J. Lazzarotti and Jason C. Gavejian
- New York Seeks to Add Greater Protections Against Surprise Bills by: Nili S. Yolin
- San Antonio, Texas Approves Revisions to Paid Sick and Safe Leave... by: Evandro C Gigante and Laura M. Fant
- CCPA News: Amendments Signed into Law by the Governor and Draft... by: Linn F. Freedman and Deborah A. George
- THE LATEST: Hollywood Writers Guild and Talent Agencies Entangled in... by: Michelle S. Lowery and Steven Vaughn
- Delaware Statutory Trusts And The California General Corporation Law by: Keith Paul Bishop
- CCPA Update: AG Announces Proposed Regulations, Governor Signs... by: Joseph J. Lazzarotti and Jason C. Gavejian
- The Regulatory Sprint to Coordinated Care: New Proposed OIG Rules... by: Christopher J. Donovan
October 12, 2019
- CFTC Chairman States Ether is a Commodity by: Blockchain Group at Proskauer Rose
- New York District Court Blocks Implementation of Public Charge Rule by: Melissa Manna
- MassDEP Issues Draft 2020-2030 Solid Waste Master Plan for Public... by: Marc J. Goldstein and Stephen M. Richmond
- California’s “Housing Crisis Act of 2019” May Boost Housing... by: Jeffrey W. Forrest
- FCA Publishes “Brexit Special” Market Watch by: John Ahern and Carolyn H. Jackson
- California Enacts a Raft of New Employment Laws by: Anthony J Oncidi
- OFCCP Posts Long-Awaited Technical Assistance Guide (TAG) for... by: T. Scott Kelly
- California AG Releases Draft California Privacy Act Regulations by: Richard B. Newman
October 11, 2019
- Federal Judge Enjoins DHS’s Public Charge Rule and Required Use of... by: Forrest G. Read IV
- New Stark Law Exceptions for Value-Based Care by: Jennifer R. Breuer and Matthew Amodeo
- What Constitutes an Advertisement Under the TCPA? Two Courts Draw the... by: John C. Nelson, Jr.
- Court Denies Conditional Certification of Tip Credit Notice... by: Peter J. Wozniak and Mark Wallin
- DOJ and Merging Parties Agree on Unprecedented Arbitration Procedure... by: Noah Feldman Greene and Anthony S. Ferrara
- Text Message Platform Dismissed From TCPA Class Action Because It Was... by: Susan Nikdel
- OSHRC Soon to Have Quorum for Decision-Making by: Eric E. Hobbs and Davis Jenkins
- U.S. Immigration and the Growing Marijuana Industry by: Amy L. Peck
- Can an Employee be Fired for Being Gay or Transgender? by: Xavier D. Lightfoot and Jeremy R. Sayre
- EPA Proposes Revisions to the Lead and Copper Rule by: Collin Gannon and Bina R. Reddy
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