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By Allan Bloom
The court determined that the facts favor employee status.
By Kyle C. Hansen
The Ninth Circuit agreed that the employer-members of Montana's Chamber of Commerce failed to state a claim for breach of fiduciary duty under ERISA § 502(a)(2) and violations of ERISA's
By Kyle C. Hansen
A federal district court in the District of Columbia dismissed ERISA fiduciary-breach claims by participants in Georgetown's 403(b) retirement plans that were predicated on allegations that the
By William C. Silverman
For many transgender people, undergoing gender-affirming surgery is a crucial step toward a healthy gender transition.
By Harris Mufson, Guy Brenner
In this episode of The Proskauer Brief, partners Harris Mufson and Guy Brenner discuss the Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs (OFCCP).
By Harris Mufson, Howard Robbins
In this episode of The Proskauer Brief, partners Harris Mufson and Howard Robbins continue their "Can My Employees Do That?" series.
By Justin Alex, Annie Zhang
The Pension Benefit Guaranty Corporation (the "PBGC") launched a Pilot Mediation Project in October 2017 to provide plan sponsors an opportunity to negotiate resolutions in Early Warning Program cases
By Lawrence Weinstein, Carl Mazurek, Kelly Landers Hawthorne
Two recent contrasting decisions in class action false advertising cases alleging misleading uses of the term "natural" for food products underscore the difficulty in predicting the likelihood
By Richard M Corn, David S. Miller, Stuart Rosow, Amanda Nussbaum, Michael Fernhoff, Timothy Donovan, Elizabeth Johnston Wytock
On January 18, the Internal Revenue Service ("IRS") and the U.S. Department of the Treasury issued final regulations on the "pass through" deduction under section 199A[1] of the Internal Revenue Code (the "Code").
By Lawrence Weinstein, Carl Mazurek, Monique T. Curry
The opinion for the Court caught flak in two concurring opinions
By Mark Theodore, Joshua Fox, Austin McLeod
On February 4, the NLRB granted United Federation of Teachers, Local 2, AFT, AFL-CIO's (the "Union") request for review of the Regional Director's Decision and Direction of Election
By James Anderson
Characterizing the decision to bring a books and records inspection action after filing a plenary or substantive action as "[i]nherently contradictory," the Delaware Court of Chancery recently dismissed a Section 220 action brought by a group of investors.
By William C. Silverman
Pro bono projects can provide some of the most meaningful and interesting moments in a lawyer's career. It's usually an easy decision to say "yes" ...
By Stephen Pevsner, Robert Gaut, Catherine Sear
Three significant changes have been made to the Finance Bill published last October which will be included in the Finance Act 2019 (expected to receive Royal Assent in early February).
By Lawrence Weinstein, Jeffrey Warshafsky, Monique T. Curry
On November 13, 2018, the Supreme Court agreed to consider the amount of deference a federal court is required to give the Federal Communications Commission in determining what constitutes an unsolicited advertisement ...
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