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By Patricia Moran
The wait is over. Earlier today (and earlier than the July 1, 2019 due date), the Department of Family and Medical Leave issued much-anticipated final regulations for the new Massachusetts Paid Family and Medical Leave law.
By Elizabeth K. Conti, Joanne Hawana
On June 6, 2019, the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services' Office of Inspector General issued a report that found that, among a sample U.S. hospitals that obtained non-patient-specific compounded drugs ...
By Alexander K. Song, Anne L. Bruno
On May 31, 2019, in Stein v. Blankfein, et. al., the Delaware Court of Chancery reaffirmed the Delaware Supreme Court's holding in In re: Investors Bancorp, Inc. Stockholder Litigation that the "entire fairness" standard ...
By Emma Follansbee
In a joint statement on Tuesday evening, June 11, 2019, Governor Baker, Senate President Karen Spilka and House Speaker Robert DeLeo announced a three-month delay in the rollout of the new Massachusetts Paid Family and Medical Leave law.
By Sarah Kommineni
The DOL has developed the Foreign Labor Application Gateway (FLAG) System as part of their technology modernization initiative.
By Michelle L. Caton, Farrah Short
The May 30th charge is not Heritage's first brush with DOJ's generic price-fixing investigation.
By Brie Kluytenaar
The law prohibits retaliation against an employee who exercises his/her rights to use safe leave.
By Kaitlyn Anne Crowe
A party aggrieved by the failure of another to arbitrate may apply for an order compelling arbitration.
By Brie Kluytenaar
The court's ruling serves as an illustration that noncompliant practices can have very costly effects on employers.
By Susan Neuberger Weller, Kathryn Lafferty Ignash
Legalizing "hemp" under the Agricultural Improvement Act of 2018 has triggered an important change for the examination of federal trademark applications concerning cannabis and cannabis-derived goods and services.
By Christina Sperry, Paul S. Brockland
Patent practitioners, inventors, in-house counsel, and patent examiners alike have been clamoring for more guidance on computer-implemented functional claim limitations invoking § 112(f) since the Federal Circuit's en banc ...
By Shawn N. Skolky, Matthew Howsare, Charles Samuels
In a press release this afternoon, Acting Chairman Ann Marie Buerkle announced that she would be withdrawing her nomination to be the permanent Chairman of the CPSC, as well as her nomination for an additional 7 year term, ...
By Cynthia Larose, Christopher Buontempo
Get ready: October 1, 2019 is the new date for many U.S. businesses to begin providing consumers the right to opt-out of the sale of their personal information.
By Sarah Beth S. Kuyers, Kate Stewart
The HHS Office for Civil Rights (OCR) released a new guidance document regarding which HIPAA violations business associates (BAs) can and cannot be held directly liable for.
By Zachary H. Liebnick, Zane S. Polston
Delaware corporations have always been required to provide certain information to their stockholders under Section 220 of the DGCL, but the scope and form of that information has naturally changed as technology advances.
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