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By Joseph Cioffi
When the Illinois court ruled on the motion to dismiss on this question of preemption in 2017, the court looked to the Second Circuit's decision in
By Shira Franco, Judith Kong
Earlier this year, New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy signed into law sweeping amendments to the state's paid family leave program, which is governed by the NJFLA and the New Jersey Family Temporary Disability Leave Law.
By Joseph Cioffi
Take care of your business at home, before searching for greener pastures. It's a key takeaway from Part One of our interview regarding subprime auto.
By Maureen McLoughlin
On March 14, 2019, a federal court in Pennsylvania issued a noteworthy decision that should remind employers to ask if an employee's unexplained absences may be due to medical reasons.
By Joseph Lewczak
The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) will be holding a public workshop on August 7, 2019 on video game "loot boxes" following concerns raised by U.S. Senator Maggie Hassan.
By Joseph Cioffi
Sometimes, it's what you can't see that matters most. First, the bad news: after years of economic growth and generally good times, consumers' credit scores may be inflated. Like 50 is the new 40,
By Joseph Cioffi
This is part two of our interview with the executive team at CAR Financial Services a subprime auto finance company with over 25 years of experience providing customized backup and successor servicing
By Michael Lasky, Marissa Comart
Employers must be aware that restrictive covenants may not be enforceable against employees—even employees whose employment is at will—if and when an at will employee is terminated without cause.
By Allison Fitzpatrick, Vivien Byrwa, Samantha Rothaus
The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) recently obtained the largest civil settlement ever in a children's privacy case.
By Joseph Cioffi
If subprime auto delinquencies continue to rise and the risks continue to grow, it will be cold comfort to those who saw it coming, if they haven't taken protective measures.
By David Fisher, Marissa Comart
In late 2018, the Court of Appeal for California's Fourth Appellate District reached a concerning decision for employers with restrictive covenant agreements in California.
By James Johnston, Josh Gordon
Despite mixed signals from the state courts, New York is moving to establish a framework to enable sports betting and interactive fantasy sports gaming within the state.
By Joseph Lewczak
The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) has brought its first court case alleging that a marketer violated federal law by paying for fake reviews to be written and posted on an independent retail website.
By Ronald R. Urbach, Stuart Lee Friedel, Rohini Gokhale
The FTC and the FDA have sent joint letters to three companies warning them about advertising for dietary supplements on their websites and on social media channels regarding claims that their products will treat...
By Jessica Golden Cortes, Sharon Cohen
Effective March 18, 2019, New York City employers with four or more employees must provide lactation rooms to nursing employees that meet certain minimum requirements
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