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By Tess Blair, Vincent M. Catanzaro, Yohance Bowden
With the General Data Protection Regulation now officially in place, personal information of citizens throughout Europe and beyond is subject to extensive protections.
By Nicholas Hobson, Jennifer Connolly, Yvette Allen
The announcement on 15 June includes changes affecting nurses and doctors, exceptional-talent applicants, and Turkish and Croatian nationals
By Stephen Spina, Mark Williams, J. Daniel Skees, Kirstin Gibbs, Pamela Tsang, Levi McAllister, Serge Agbre, Roland Backhaus
The Commissioners of the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC or the Commission) testified on June 12 at an oversight hearing before the Senate Committee on Energy and Natural Resources.
By Eric Bord, Eleanor Pelta, A. James Vázquez-Azpiri
Final Action dates for China and India EB-1 categories remain unchanged, while EB-2 India advances slightly.
By Vincent M. Catanzaro, Patrick J. Campbell Jr.
The GDPR is historic legislation in both its rigor and reach. It affects citizens and companies worldwide and is likely to change the way European and global organizations in every sector store, process, and interact with data.
By Lincoln O. Bisbee, Jocelyn R. Cuttino
The Maryland Disclosing Sexual Harassment in the Workplace Act of 2018, which takes effect October 1, 2018, prohibits Maryland employers from requiring employees ...
By Rebecca Dandeker, Hilary L. Lewis
The documents issued by the US Food and Drug Administration on shared system risk evaluation and mitigation strategies signal the FDA's willingness to grant waivers from the shared program requirement, but that may complicate matters for the companies trying to negotiate them and the healthcare providers trying to navigate them.
By John O'Brien, Lauren Engel
The US Securities and Exchange Commission recently adopted Rule 30e-3 under the Investment Company Act of 1940, which will provide registered funds with a "notice and access" option...
By Roland Backhaus, J. Daniel Skees, Kenneth Kulak
The US Department of Justice (DOJ) and the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) filed a joint brief on May 29 in the US Court of Appeals ...
By Timothy Matthews, Mark Williams, Kirstin Gibbs, J. Daniel Skees, Roland Backhaus
The White House announced late last week that President Donald Trump has directed Energy Secretary Rick Perry to "prepare immediate steps to stop the loss" of "fuel-secure power facilities," ...
By W. Hirsch, Ellie Chapman
The California Consumer Privacy Act, which could be on the ballot in November, aims to introduce a groundbreaking approach to consumer privacy that not only is likely to resonate with the state's voters...
By Harvey Bartle IV, Margaret Rodgers Schmidt, Eric Sitarchuk
US District Judge Manish S. Shah in the Northern District of Illinois last week denied insurers' motion to dismiss a pharmaceutical company's action seeking insurance coverage for the costs associated with...
By Mary Hevener, Cosimo A. Zavaglia, Randall C. McGeorge
Businesses and nonprofits operating in Pennsylvania that hire independent contractors or corporate directors who live outside of Pennsylvania ...
By Nathan Andrisani, Matthew D. Klayman, Eric Sitarchuk
A recent complaint by the US Department of Justice against private equity firm Riordan, Lewis & Haden signals that such firms could be a new class of defendants in False Claims Act cases.
By Joshua Dalton, Lawrence Stanley Jr., Bianca Eddy
The amendments constitute a significant overhaul to the District of Massachusetts patent rules, first adopted nearly 10 years ago.
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