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By Dabney Ware
In the shifting landscape of employment law, a recent case illustrates the need to apply context and consider all the circumstances – even when it looks like a general rule applies.
By Anita Sorensen
The DHS has issued yet another update to the Form I-9, Employment Eligibility Verification. This new version becomes mandatory for use with new hires and reverifications as of September 18, 2017.
By David A. Rood
Turbulence in global fuel economy standards are putting new pressures on the automotive industry to shift its thinking on gasoline and electrification.
By Jonathan Garlough, Jay Varon, Michael Leffel
The Ninth Circuit finally weighed in again on Article III standing issues after the remand of the Spokeo case from the United States Supreme Court.
By Julia K. Kadish, Eileen Ridley
In a ruling that is likely to have significant impact on privacy litigation, the Ninth Circuit determined on Tuesday that a plaintiff's claim that the FCRA had been violated was sufficient "injury" for...
By Marina Choundas Esq, Jamshed Patel, Raj Tanden
Moreover, the Grecian Magnesite decision could also be affected by a legislative response.
By Christopher Boll
Accurately predicting the impact these companies and technologies will have is nearly impossible.
By Laura Ganoza
These rules do not just apply to the influencers but the marketers as well.
By Nathaniel Lacktman, Thomas B. Ferrante
To register, a business performing telemedicine services must submit an application and registration fee.
By Anne Sekel
Nevertheless, a long history of emails and texts during "off work" hours could be a problem.
By Daniel R. Long
In recent years, the landscape of pre-hire employment screening tests has rapidly evolved.
By Jennifer Rathburn, Jennifer J. Hennessy, Julia K. Kadish
To date in 2017, nine actions have been settled and the average settlement amount continues to outpace 2016.
By Donald Romano
On August 11, 2017, the D.C. Circuit reversed the district court and held that the district court abused its discretion by ordering the Secretary of HHS to clear the backlog of administrative appeals ...
By Matthew B. Gomez-Mesquita, Michael D. Noonan, Donna Pugh
Yesterday, Mayor Rahm Emanuel issued an executive order requiring all applicants seeking PD approval to report intended and actual employment of M/WBEs as part of the Planned Development approval process.
By Courtenay Brinckerhoff
This ruling on appellee standing complements the decision in Phigenix v. Immunogen finding that an IPR petitioner did not have standing to appeal.
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