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By Brian T. Ashe, Kyle Petersen, Kiran Seldon
The United States Supreme Court ruled 9-0 today that whistleblowing employees seeking to sue for retaliation under the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and CPA must bring their concerns to the SEC before suing their employer.
By Adam Laughton
Changes to both federal and Texas law which occurred in 2017 will broaden the circumstances under which physicians can make use of telemedicine services.
By Rabia Z. Reed
From Mark Zuckerberg to the mayor of Stockton, the concept of Universal Basic Income is catching fire. What is this newfangled concept, and what can employers expect in the new emerging economy?
By Rachel Bernasconi, Erin Hawthorne
It is common for employers to bring on employees for limited term employment, where work may not be ongoing.
By Ofer Lion, Douglas Mancino, Christian Canas
The "Bipartisan Budget Act of 2018" added the "Newman's Own" exception to the private foundation excess business holdings rule, allowing business owners to make a charitable contribution of 100% ...
By Adam Young, James Curtis, Craig Simonsen
n a personal injury action (associated with an accident that resulted in an OSHA inspection), a trucking company sought to compel the deposition testimony of two OSHA compliance officers because the accident was the genesis of the tort litigation.
By Samantha Brooks
In Rooney v. Rock Tenn Converting Company, et. al., the Eighth Circuit affirmed judgment against a former sales executive who alleged he was terminated for not being Jewish and not being female.
By Andrew R. Cockroft
On Monday, February 5, 2018, the U.S. Chamber of Commerce's lawsuit challenging the City of Seattle's ordinance allowing independent-contractor drivers to engage in collective bargaining was before the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit for oral argument.
By Daniel Salinas, Robert Milligan
Continuing our annual tradition, we present the top developments/headlines for 2017/2018 in trade secret, computer fraud, and non-compete law.
By Jaclyn Hamlin
The business community has another opportunity to convince the NLRB to rescind the expedited election rules ...
By Seyfarth Shaw LLP
Chinese nationals experienced some advances with 9+ weeks in the EB-2 category and 8+ weeks in the EB-3 category.
By Susan Ryan
Welcome back to The Week in Weed, your Friday look at what's happening in the world of legalized marijuana.
By Mahsa Aliaskari
Local HSI offices are keeping ICE's Deputy Director Thomas Homan's promise of increasing its activities not just across the nation but more specifically targeting sanctuary cities and states like California.
By Chris Gardner
Within eight days of each other Bill Shorten and ACTU head, Sally McManus, have called for changes to the enterprise bargaining regime which is a central feature of Labor's own Fair Work Act.
By Seyfarth Shaw LLP
HR 620 requires potential plaintiffs to provide businesses with notice of architectural barriers and give them an opportunity to remove them before filing suit.
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