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By Scott H. Kimpel, Chelsea Lomprey
Activist investors continue to make liberal use of the SEC's Rule 14a-8 to submit proposals for inclusion in company proxy statements.
By Jason P. Brown, Robert Quackenboss
As we discussed in a previous post , the courts, the Congress, and the Department of Justice (the "DoJ") continue to grapple with the scope of Title III of the Americans with Disabilities Act
By Frederick R. Eames, Marisa Harrilchak
This blog discussed the GND in a post on the Select Committee on the Climate Crisis on January 31.
By Andrews Kurth LLP
The EC has issued an EU-wide recall of the Safe-KID-One children's smartwatch marketed by ENOX Group over concerns that the device leaves data such as location history, phone and serial numbers vulnerable to hacking...
By Andrews Kurth LLP
The deadline to submit written comments is March 8, 2019.
By Stephen C. Franz
In her dissenting opinion, Judge Edgerton noted that it was for the legislature, not the courts, to change the law.
By Natalie S. Tynan, Suzan Kern
DHS's Fall 2017 regulatory agenda proposed "comprehensive reform" to practical training programs, which allow foreign students to obtain paid work after graduation
By Andrews Kurth LLP
On January 23, 2019, the European Data Protection Board ("EDPB") released an opinion on the interplay between the European Clinical Trials Regulation ("CTR") and the EU General Data Protection
By Frederick R. Eames
Energy companies may not be thinking much yet about federal legislation to regulate the consumer data they hold, but they should be.
By Phyllis H. Marcus, Christopher Dufek
n Ia challenge brought by Aquasana, Inc., the NAD determined that Advanced Purification Engineering Corp., a manufacturer of water filtration systems, was not responsible for substantiating or correcting "Made in USA" claims.
By Jonathan L. Caulder, Kelly L. Faglioni
The partial federal government shutdown forced the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission ("CPSC" or "Commission") along with other agencies to close for 35 days.
By John Eichman, Grayson L. Linyard
A federal court last month turned away an insurer's legal arguments seeking to avoid financial institution bond coverage for a bank's losses resulting from a borrower's use of forged documents
By Natalie S. Tynan
During the government shutdown, lasting from December 22, 2018 through January 25, 2019, employers were required to complete and retain Form I-9, Eligibility Employment Verification, for each individual hired...
By Kristy A. Niehaus Bulleit
These are the words the DC Circuit used in Hoopa Valley Tribe v. Federal Energy Regulatory Commission, No. 14-1271, p. 10, to describe the state of play on § 401 certifications affecting hydroelectric facility licensing or re-licensing applications.
By Kristy A. Niehaus Bulleit
"According to FERC, it is now commonplace for states to use Section 401 to hold federal licensing hostage."
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