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By Amy A. Ciepluch, Leigh Riley, Kelsey A. O'Gorman
As you probably know, both the House and Senate have passed tax reform bills. Whether the two bills will be able to be harmonized and passed into law remains to be seen.
By Kate Gehl, Zaldwaynaka (Z) Scott, Lisa Noller
On December 7, 2017, an Illinois appellate court held that co-defendants in a case who agree to share information pursuant to their common interest in defeating their litigation opponent do not waive ...
By Alexandra B. Shalom
In early December, leading experts in digital health and telemedicine came together at the Digital Health Care Investors Summit hosted by Foley & Lardner LLP and Deloitte.
By Patrick McMahon
We are now almost a year into the Trump presidency, but we are still grappling with how the administration will address many issues throughout the country.
By Kamran Mirrafati
On December 5, the Department of Labor published a Notice of Proposed Rulemaking to reverse its 2011 rule prohibiting employers from sharing tips obtained by service workers with non-tipped staff.
By David A. Rood
With the release of the new Tesla semi-truck in November, the public's attention was captured with the idea of emission-free movement of freight.
By John Eliason, David Weisblat, Kurt R. Rempe, Tori Roessler
Senate Republicans passed along party lines the most sweeping rewrite of the tax code in decades early Saturday morning.
By Christopher Ward
For the last several years, "joint employment" (whatever that now means legally) has been anything but the gift that keeps on giving for employers.
By Eileen Ridley, Irina Kashcheyeva
The data breach at the U.S. Office of Personnel Management was one of the most serious and possibly one of the top ten largest data breaches of the 21st century ...
By Christopher Boll
Over the past few weeks Uber, Waymo, and General Motors have solidified their commitments to the next-generation of transit, one that involves their autonomous vehicles ...
By Gregory Heinen
You've got a case headed to trial in a few short months, and among your exhibits are a number of copies of web pages. You know you need to authenticate them to get them into evidence at trial ...
By Amy A. Ciepluch, Nick Welle
It's official. The IRS has finally begun the process of collecting penalties under the Affordable Care Act's ("ACA") employer shared responsibility provisions, better known as the "employer mandate."
By Jaime Guerrero, David Simon, John Turlais, Rohan Virginkar, Hayley K. Wells
On November 29, 2017, Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein announced that the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) was issuing a new enforcement policy covering its enforcement of the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA).
By Jason Britt
If it seems like déjà vu, it's not just you: SUVs are again leading the charge on new vehicle sales. Buoyed by low gas prices and growing millennial families, SUV sales have increased by 6 percent from 2016 to 2017
By Alexandra B. Shalom
In a previous blog post, we began to dissect the new Massachusetts State Senate bill, "An Act Furthering Health Empowerment and Affordability by Leveraging Transformative Health Care," ...
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