October 25, 2021
- Do the Personal Representatives Get First Dibs on the Good Stuff? by: Robert H. Brunson
- EEOC Updates Its Guidance on COVID-19 Vaccines Ahead of OSHA’s... by: Katelynn M. Williams
- LONG WAY TO GO FOR A GOOSE EGG: 8 Years and 100 Declarations Later,... by: Eric J. Troutman
- Mitigating Supply Chain Cyber Risk by: Anjali C. Das and Kevin Normandeau
- EPA OIG Will Evaluate Process for Changes Made to Final SNUR for... by: Lynn L. Bergeson and Carla N. Hutton
- Financial Stability Oversight Council Issues Key Report Declaring... by: Jason M. Halper and Daniel Meade
- Global Carbon Markets: What’s Next? by: Samuel L. Brown
- CFPB to Tech Companies: Submit Payment System Information by: Moorari Shah and A.J. S. Dhaliwal
- A Simplified Guide to SEO for Law Firms by: Sarah Bottorff
- CFPB, DOJ and OCC Take Action Against National Bank for Alleged... by: Moorari Shah and A.J. S. Dhaliwal
- Offshore Wind Development May Get a Boost from Massachusetts by: David L. O'Connor
- First CFPB Enforcement Action Under New Director: $6 Million Fine... by: Moorari Shah and A.J. S. Dhaliwal
- On Her Shoulders, Episode 12 - Interview with Gloria Feldt [PODCAST] by: Corinne Smith
- NYDFS Issues Proposed Rules to Implement New Commercial Financing... by: Moorari Shah and A.J. S. Dhaliwal
- CFTC Whistleblower Reward Program: What Violations Qualify for an... by: Jason Zuckerman and Matthew Stock
- Energy & Sustainability M&A Activity — October 2021 by: Thomas R. Burton, III and Sahir Surmeli
- Automation and Logistics: Real Estate Considerations by: Jimmy Bui
- Lending Money to a Friend, You Lose Both the Friend and the Money by: Keith Poston
- TCPAWorld After Death: Certified TCPA Class Action Lives On Despite... by: Eric J. Troutman
- Transatlantic Trade | US and Europe – Week of October 18, 2021 by: Stacy A. Swanson and Christina Economides
- Fight Against Robocalls Is Coming for Telemarketing Text Messages by: Hunton Andrews Kurth’s Privacy and Cybersecurity
- New Details on China’s Overseas Food Facility Registration by: Food and Drug Law at Keller and Heckman
- AB-45: California Finally Welcomes Hemp Products To The Marketplace by: Sarah A. K. Blitz
- Cal/OSHA Proposes to Expand COVID-19 Emergency Temporary Standards... by: Sean Paisan and Sierra Vierra
October 24, 2021
- EPA Seeks Input on Proposed PFAS National Primary Drinking Water... by: EPA
- Investigation of Deadly Trench Collapse Finds Colorado Company... by: U.S. Department of Labor
- Dulles CBP Officers Seize more than $1 Million in Counterfeit... by: U.S. Customs and Border Protection Department of Homeland Security
- CBP Issues Withhold Release Order on Tomatoes Produced by Farm in... by: U.S. Customs and Border Protection Department of Homeland Security
October 23, 2021
- Trade Secret Implications of Facebook’s Frances Haugen’s Testimony:... by: Rachel Popa and Chandler Ford
- SEC Commissioner Lee Highlights Role of Prior Efforts in Develop SEC... by: Jacob H. Hupart
- U.S. Chamber of Commerce Asks Ninth Circuit to Reconsider Ruling... by: Jack S. Sholkoff
- A Step Closer to Agreement on Taxation of The Digital World by: David M. Ward and Stephen Pevsner
- China’s Shanghai Pudong Court Sentences 69 Defendants for... by: Aaron Wininger
October 22, 2021
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