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By Joseph Barloon, Margaret Krawiec, Ivan A. Schlager, Neepa Mehta, Keyawna Griffith
A comprehensive review of recent Federal Trade Commission (FTC or Commission) consumer protection actions shows that the FTC continues to be one of Washington's most aggressive regulators
By Boris Bershteyn, Karen Lent, Tara L. Reinhart, Zachary C. Siegler
Evolving antitrust treatment of so-called "no-poach" agreements continues to offer important guidance for company counsel and human resources professionals.
By Warren Feldman, Eytan J. Fisch, Steve Kwok, Michael E. Leiter, Jocelyn E. Strauber
On January 29-30, 2019, Skadden and Han Kun Law Offices co-hosted two seminars — first in New York, then in Washington, D.C. — titled "Enforcement Focus on China: What Companies Should Do to Be Prepared."
By Kenton King, Edward B. Micheletti, Paul J. Lockwood
On January 29, 2019, the Delaware Supreme Court provided guidance to the Court of Chancery regarding the scope of a stockholder's inspection rights under Section 220...
By Brian D. Christiansen, Michael E. Leiter, William Ridgway, William Sweet, Jr., Donald L. Vieira, Joe Molosky
As a reminder, entities covered by the New York State Department of Financial Services' (NYSDFS) Cybersecurity Regulations (23 NYCRR Part 500) ...
By David Kavanagh QC, Eve-Christie Vermynck, Nicholas Adams
While much attention has been paid to the maximum level of administrative fines under the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) ...
By Regina Olshan, Joseph Penko, Erica Schohn, David E. Schwartz, Joseph Yaffe, Timothy G. Nelson, Young M. Park
Many employers make annual employee equity grants in late February and March.
By John T. Bentivoglio, Jennifer Bragg, Maya Florence, Avia Dunn, Suzan Abebe
The Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) has published a proposed rule that would make sweeping changes to the discount and rebate arrangements ...
By Lauren Aguiar, Giyoung Song, Eve-Christie Vermynck
The increased focus on protecting personal privacy may pose a new challenge to the bounds of e-discovery in U.S. litigation as courts reconcile ...
By Peter A. Atkins, Marc S. Gerber, Edward B. Micheletti
The reaction of publicly traded for-profit corporations spans a wide spectrum.
By David E. Schwartz, Risa M. Salins
Partner David Schwartz and counsel Risa Salins discuss recent cases in which courts have addressed disputes over who owns a social media account, the employer or the departing employee.
By John T. Bentivoglio, Jennifer Bragg, Maya Florence, Avia Dunn, Sydney P. Sgambato
At the close of 2018, the Advanced Medical Technology Association released an updated version of its Code of Ethics governing medical technology manufacturers in their interactions with health care professionals (HCPs).
By Helena J. Derbyshire, Damian R. Babic, Ashley Moss
There have been a number of welcome updates, clarifications and new guidance notes since the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) ...
By Helena J. Derbyshire, Damian R. Babic, Ashley Moss
The U.K. government has published its 2018 U.K. Annual Report on Modern Slavery (the Report), providing a detailed overview of how U.K. companies have responded ...
By Helena J. Derbyshire, Damian R. Babic, Ashley Moss
Since 2012, employers in the U.K. have been required to automatically enrol their employees into a so-called auto-enrolment pension. Many employers
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