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By Scott Woldow
The trainings establish a direct line of communication between the examiners and attorneys practicing before the trademark office in question.
By Patricia Hill, Matthew Clarke, Peter Goodman, Yash Dave, Kiyoaki Kojima, Carrie Anderer, Jennifer Lawson, Ian Jones, J. Harrison Anthony, Sasha Greenberg
On August 11, 2017, North Carolina Governor Roy Cooper signed into law the North Carolina Employee Fair Classification Act (the "Act").
By Andrew Fawbush, Lisa Carrasco, Laura Andrew, Quinn Baker, Brandon Sherlinski
The IRS has announced that 401(k) and similar retirement plans may make hardship and loan distributions to victims of Hurricane Harvey and members of their family who live and work in the disaster areas...
By Smith Gambrell & Russell LLP
In Quality Auto Painting Center of Roselle, Inc. v. State Farm Indemnity Co., Case No. 15-14160, the United States Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit reversed the dismissal of a price fixing claim against...
By Stephen O'Day, Patricia Hill, Matthew Clarke
During your preparations for the oncoming Hurricane Irma, you may be trying to decide whether to leave some employees in place at your facility, or to evacuate the entire workforce.
By Jonathan Minnen
We are now in September, and with the turn of the Gregorian calendar, comes the unofficial end of summer for both the United States and Israel.
By Patricia Hill, Peter Goodman, Matthew Clarke, Yash Dave, Kiyoaki Kojima, Ian Jones, Jennifer Lawson, Carrie Anderer, J. Harrison Anthony, Sasha Greenberg
For employers getting ready to comply with the revised EEO-1 Report, the Office of Information and Regulatory Affairs ("OIRA") provided good news on August 29, 2017 by announcing that it had indefinitely suspended the new ...
By Quinn Baker, Lisa Carrasco
The Department of Labor ("DOL") announced that it officially proposed delaying the effective date of the portions of its new fiduciary rule (the "Rule") to give it more time to consider possible changes to the Rule.
By Marcia Ernst
There are 13 federal appellate courts called the U.S. Courts of Appeal that sit below the U.S. Supreme Court. These courts hear appeals from 94 federal trial courts, which are called the U.S. District Courts.
By Stephen O'Day, Vickie Chung Rusek
The proposed amendment would update and replace the current reference to the 2008 ASTM Standard, E2247-08, in the AAI rule found in 40 CFR 312.
By Peter Goodman
What do burgers and art supplies have in common? They are both sold on websites recently challenged by disabled plaintiffs.
By Andrew Thompson
On May 12, 2017, the U.S. District Court for the Middle District of Georgia issued a decision concluding that the federal Clean Water Act (CWA) applies to claims involving the discharge of pollutants...
By Lisa A. Smith, Eric D. Balber, John T. Van Der Tuin, Sean Altschul, Benjamin A. Gorelick, Michael T. Manzi, Stephen W. O'Connell, Todd S. Pickard, Robin Silberzweig, Eliot H. Zuckerman
Most cooperative and condominium apartment owners pay their monthly fees and assessments in full and on time.
By Emma H. Barry, Laura Wartner
Effective July 1st of this year, Georgia's new Uniform Power of Attorney Act ("UPOAA") applies to most written, general, financial powers of attorney. A power of attorney ("POA") allows for one party...
By Joyce Klemmer
Section 285 of the Patent Act provides: "The court in exceptional cases may award reasonable attorney fees to the prevailing party."
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