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By Catherine Wang
Hurricane Harvey has wreaked havoc with some communications systems, including those relied upon by energy companies, throughout the affected Houston area.
By Morgan, Lewis & Bockius LLP's Labor & Employment Practice
Hurricane Harvey leaves a legacy of unprecedented legal and business challenges.
By J. Skees
On September 5, FERC Chairman Neil Chatterjee named James P. Danly as the new general counsel for FERC.
By Stefanie Moll, Michelle Seldin Silverman
As businesses and employees begin the journey to recovery, employers should be mindful of federal and state laws related to leaves, planned and unplanned absences, accommodations, and pay practices.
By Christopher Amandes, Conrad Bolston
As the cleanup begins, companies face challenges in meeting existing environmental obligations and addressing the environmental impacts of the storm
By David Fuller, Celia Roady, Alexander Reid
Tips on setting up a pooled fund of employee leave by giving employees the option of donating leave that can be converted into cash contributions to charities assisting the victims of Hurricane Harvey.
By J. Daniel Skees, Stephen Spina
On September 11, 2017, FERC granted a one-month extension for utilities and others affected by Hurricanes Harvey and Irma to submit certain filings.
By A. James Vázquez-Azpiri
The US Department of State has released its October 2017 Visa Bulletin setting out per-country priority date cutoffs that regulate immigrant visa availability and the flow of status adjustments and consular immigrant...
By Dion Bregman, Jacob A. Snodgrass, Thomas F Gede
The Saint Regis Mohawk Tribe (the Tribe) in New York viewed these decisions as a business opportunity. Assuming its tribal government sovereign immunity would bar exposure to any IPR proceeding...
By Daniel Kleinman, Michael Richman, Lindsay Jackson, Katrina Berishaj
The US Department of Labor (DOL) has proposed to delay the applicability of additional conditions of the Best Interest Contract (BIC) exemption, PrT exemption, and PTE 84-24 from January 1, 2018 to July 1, 2019.
By Eric Bord
Absent congressional action, the Trump administration's decision to wind down the DACA program will end the work authorization of DACA beneficiaries.
By Russell Bruch, Allyson Ho, Thomas Linthorst, Michael Puma
The order invalidates the US Department of Labor's revisions to the Fair Labor Standards Act regulations for the executive, administrative, and professional overtime exemptions.
By Krissy A. Katzenstein, Grace E. Speights
Employers are now relieved of the requirement to include employee compensation information on EEO-1 reports.
By Eric Bord, A. James Vázquez-Azpiri
USCIS announced on August 28 that, starting on October 1 of this year, it will expand the in-person interview program for persons seeking permanent residence or green card status in the United States.
By Donald-Bruce Abrams, Barton Bassett, Peter Daub, Adam Holmes, Daniel Nelson, Gabriel Quihuis, Jason Traue, Richard Zarin, William Zimmerman, F. Scott Farmer, Meghan McCarthy
US Tax Court decision may facilitate tax-efficient investment structures for non-US investors investing in US operating partnerships, directly or through investment funds.
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