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By Carol Freeman, Alicia Farquhar
Employers with employees in California should review policies and practices regarding consideration of criminal history in employment decisions as well as protections on the basis of gender identity...
By Gregory Parks, Anne Marie Estevez, Christina Melendi, Christina Vitale
Many of you likely offer "no interest" promotions on store credit cards to your customers.
By Daniel Kleinman, Michael Richman, Lindsay Jackson
The US Department of Labor (DOL) released its "Request for Information Regarding the Fiduciary Rule and Prohibited Transaction Exemptions" on June 29.
By Eric Bord, Eleanor Pelta
The diplomatic cable instructs consulates on how to interpret the US Supreme Court's direction to enforce the restriction only against foreign nationals who lack a "bona fide relationship with...
By Anne E. Martinez, Michael Ossip
Businesses in the "City of Brotherly Love and Sisterly Affection" must now take this slogan seriously, ensuring no discrimination against patrons, or risk being shut down.
By Eric Bord, Eleanor Pelta, A. James Vázquez-Azpiri
The travel ban will go into force regarding "foreign nationals who lack any bona fide relationship with a person or entity in the United States."
By Ezra Church, Sean Duffy, Tim Parks, Kristin Hadgis, Joseph Bias, Esther Ro
A California court of appeal recently affirmed the decision in The People v. that raised the issue of the use of false advertised reference prices (ARPs) to market products online.
By Ann Begley, Jacqueline Berman, Heather Dorsey
FDA Warning Letters focus on inaccurate drug product listings.
By Mark Fitterman, Monica Parry, Amy Kroll
Broker-dealers and investment advisers with clients in Nevada should review the fiduciary obligations contained in new amendments to the Nevada financial planner statute that go into effect on July 1, 2017.
By Carter Brod
On June 14, the ICMA published its new SBPs, together with a revised version of its Green Bond Principles and new guidelines for issuers of sustainability bonds.
By Louis Rothberg, Giovanna Cinelli, Margaret Gatti
On June 16, US President Donald Trump announced his decision to revoke some—but not all—of the relaxations in Cuba sanctions initiated under former President Barack Obama.
By Joshua Dalton, Lawrence Stanley Jr., Sarah Paige
Though the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) has sometimes reversed its position on whether a particular mark is disparaging...
By Levi McAllister, Pamela Tsang Wu
Earlier this month, the US Supreme Court issued a ruling that imposed a five-year statute of limitations period in which disgorgement could be ordered by an administrative agency penalizing...
By Christopher Betti, Jennifer Dienes
AbbVie's arguments raised in a prior IPR were key to the PTAB's finding of no commercial success.
By J. Cooney, J. Warren Rissier
Instead, when class certification is denied―or a motion to strike class allegations is granted―plaintiffs are limited to seeking permission of the applicable US Court of Appeals...
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