October 21, 2021

Volume XI, Number 294

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Legislative, Election, Lobbying, Campaign Finance and Voting Law News

Election laws are constantly changing, and since they can have a profound impact on leadership, they are very important and can have a significant impact on the way elections are carried out.  Because of this, individuals in the field, elected officials, campaign committees, and political party committees/political organizers, must familiarize themselves with the latest laws and regulations surrounding the area of law.

The National Law Review routinely covers emerging news on legislation and litigation impacting the campaign trail and elections at the state, local, and government levels. In addition to elections, details about campaign financing, and where agencies can garner campaign funds from, are also covered on the site. Litigation on these issues, such as foreign nationals' campaign contributions and the US Supreme Court’s decision in Citizens United is carefully analyzed by the legal experts at the National Law Review.

From general news surrounding the Trump transition and current administration to changes made with Bipartisan budget bills, New international tariffs, and Presidential appointments to office, of various government agencies, are among the stories/topics covered by the National Law Review. News relating to the Federal Election Committee (FEC), Political Action Committees (PACs), and other government agencies/regulations surrounding the campaign and election-cycles, are frequently updated on the site.

Legislation through Congress, pending House bills, government shutdowns, Bipartisan Budget Bills, and the latest coverage of DACA and other immigration reform bills, are among the many topics covered under this broad area of law. Legislation in the states and in Washington DC is also covered as new bills are debated and voted on across a variety of fields; such as healthcare and tax,  the National Law Review reports on the progress of the legislation and how it might impact companies in those fields.

Visitors will find weekly legislative updates from a variety of sources, Senate and House agenda notes, and updates on international government and election news updated on the NLR website.

Additionally, NLR covers election and legislative news from overseas, especially in the United Kingdom and the European Union.  Issues like the “Brexit-split” and news from the governing bodies of the European Union and other nations are also covered.

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Date Title Organization
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Oct
Departments of Labor, Health and Human Services, and the Treasury Clarify Rules Governing Premium Surcharges/Discounts Related to COVID-19 Vaccinations Mintz
13
Oct
Update on Term SOFR and Practical Considerations for Usage Polsinelli PC
13
Oct
Federal Contractors: Uncle Sam Wants Your Employees Vaccinated Bradley Arant Boult Cummings LLP
13
Oct
EEOC Enforcement Uptick, New York Limits Private Confidential Settlements, Anti-Harassment Training for Virtual World [VIDEO] Epstein Becker & Green, P.C.
13
Oct
Calling all Cybersecurity Whistleblowers: DOJ Wants You to Report Cyber Fraud Tycko & Zavareei LLP
13
Oct
CFIUS Clearance: Learning Technologies Group and GP Strategies Corporation Squire Patton Boggs (US) LLP
13
Oct
2021 ESG Seminar, Session 1 [VIDEO] Bracewell LLP
13
Oct
FDA Enters Food Safety Agreements with Four States Keller and Heckman LLP
13
Oct
COVID-19: Texas Governor Issues Executive Order Broadening Exemptions to Covid-19 Vaccinations Mandates—Where Do Employers Go from Here? K&L Gates
13
Oct
Another Federal Court Allows BIPA Claims to Proceed, Finding State of Mind Allegations Not Necessary for Plaintiff’s Claim Squire Patton Boggs (US) LLP
13
Oct
New York State Division of Human Rights Discontinues Private Settlements—Is This Another Hurdle to Settlement? Ogletree, Deakins, Nash, Smoak & Stewart, P.C.
13
Oct
CFPB Opts Not to Take Action Against Banking App Sheppard, Mullin, Richter & Hampton LLP
13
Oct
In An Unusual Move, The Southern District of Florida Stays All Discovery In An Ongoing MDL Pending A Potentially Game-Changing Motion To Dismiss Squire Patton Boggs (US) LLP
12
Oct
Outside the Beltway of Health Care - Episode 4 [PODCAST] Polsinelli PC
12
Oct
Federal District Court Rejects Hospital Employees’ Attempt to Stop Vaccination Mandate During Legal Battle Polsinelli PC
12
Oct
Another Type of COVID Long Haul—Future Discrimination Suits? Bradley Arant Boult Cummings LLP
12
Oct
Potential Opportunity Remains to Protect the Right to Seek a Refund of List 3 and List 4a Section 301 China Tariffs Dinsmore & Shohl LLP
12
Oct
DOJ Announces New Civil Cyber-Fraud Initiative McDermott Will & Emery
12
Oct
USTR Announces Process for Reinstating Certain Section 301 China Tariff Product Exclusions Dinsmore & Shohl LLP
12
Oct
Telecom Alert: 3.45 GHz Band Auction Begins; RDOF Second Round Funding; 70/80/90 GHz Band Supplemental Information; EBB Program Scam Warning [Vol. XVIII, Issue 41] Keller and Heckman LLP

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