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By Robert Tompkins, David Kully
Interest by antitrust authorities in government contracting is not new.
By Miranda A. Franco
The Final Rule, along with the new Relative Value Units (RVUs) and payment rates, will go into effect on Jan. 1, 2020.
By David Black, Eric Crusius, Kelsey M. Hayes, Vijaya S Surampudi
On November 8, 2019, the Small Business Administration (SBA) issued a substantial proposed rule addressing a plethora of potential changes to the regulations governing small business programs.
By Dianne Phillips
On October 24, 2019, The U.S. Department of Transportation, Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration published a Notice of Proposed Rulemaking in the Federal Register following its earlier issuance ...
By Anthony E. DiResta, Kwamina Williford, Da'Morus Cohen
The publication is directed at social media and online influencers and provides a helpful overview of the FTC's rules governing disclosures by influencers.
By Stuart Saft
FinCEN would be required to maintain the information it receives regarding the Beneficial Owners for five years after the Affected Entity terminates.
By David Black, Eric Crusius
On Halloween, President Trump issued an Executive Order rescinding one of the most notable employment-related executive orders from the Obama Administration: Executive Order 13495, commonly known as ...
By Carlos Vejar, Josafat Paredes
International treaties such as the Agreement on Technical Barriers to Trade (TBT) recognize labeling as a common tool used by governments to protect human health.
By Miranda A. Franco
The proposed rules define these terms in greater detail as they apply to the AKS and Stark Law.
By Ashley Lynn Shively, Mark S. Melodia, Marissa Serafino
Public comments on the draft regulations are due on Dec. 6, 2019, at 5 p.m. PST.
By Anthony E. DiResta, Da'Morus Cohen
From the FTC's regulatory and legal perspective, social media advertising is not substantively different from traditional advertising, such as television and radio.
By Anthony Fuga
The court disagreed with Simio.
By Douglas Youngman, Christopher Fiore Marotta
The proposed rules are generally taxpayer-friendly and are intended to provide certainty and flexibility.
By Michael Werner, Taite McDonald, Michael Obeiter, Sara Klock
The IFR proposes potential solutions to these issues for states and tribes that submit their own plans to USDA for approval.
By Marisa Marinelli, Michael J. Frevola, Adolfo E. Jimenez
The investors in del Valle Ruiz also sought discovery from a Santander subsidiary, SIS, that had its principal place of business in New York but where the evidence sought was located abroad.
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