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By Cullan Jones, M. Brett Burns
The Department of Labor ("DOL") recently published an Opinion Letter (FLSA-2018-27) reissuing its January 16, 2009 guidance (Opinion Letter FLSA-2009-23) and reversing its Obama-era position on the 20% tip credit rule.
By Daniel J. Grucza
Because of their widespread environmental presence, persistence and bioaccumulation, the group of substances known as PFAS have been described as a "Perfect Storm" ...
By Anh Nguyen, Emily Burkhardt Vicente
In the recent election, Californians voted to add an employer-friendly provision to the Labor Code that allows emergency ambulance workers to be on-call during breaks.
By Andrews Kurth LLP
On December 4, 2018, the New York Attorney General announced that Oath Inc., which was known as AOL Inc. until June 2017 and is a subsidiary of Verizon Communications Inc., agreed to pay New York a $4.95 million...
By Andrews Kurth LLP
On December 4, 2018, the FTC published a notice in the Federal Register indicating that it is seeking public comment on whether any amendments should be made to the FTC's Identity Theft Red Flags Rule and the duties of card issuers regarding changes of address.
By Michelle S. Lewis, David Mustone
On October 29, 2018, the Internal Revenue Service, Department of Labor and Department of Health and Human Services (the "Departments") ...
By Andrews Kurth LLP
On November 29, 2018, the French Data Protection Authority (the "CNIL") launched an online public consultation regarding two new CNIL draft standards ...
By Andrew D. Knudsen
A pending petition for rulemaking under the Toxic Substances Control Act (TSCA) could represent the latest test of the scope of TSCA's citizen petition provisions.
By Andrea R. Calem, C. Randolph Sullivan
Voters in Michigan, Utah and Missouri passed marijuana-related ballot measures in the November 2018 elections.
By Caitlin A. Sawyer
Ohio is the first state in the United States to accept tax payments in cryptocurrency. Starting today, December 3, 2018, companies operating in Ohio can elect to pay certain Ohio state taxes in Bitcoin.
By Uriel Mendieta, Rail Seoane, Gustavo J. Membiela, Juan D. Olano, Juan Azel
What Happened: On November 27, 2018, President Trump issued a new executive order on Nicaragua requiring the blocking of all property and interests in property belonging to any person determined
By Carleton Goss
Community bankers around the country had something extra to be thankful for this Thanksgiving: a joint notice of proposed rulemaking simplifying capital compliance.
By Michael Levine, Daniel Hentschel
The Fifth Circuit in Evanston Insurance Co. v. Mid-Continent Casualty Co. recently held that multiple collisions caused by the same insured driver over a span of 10 minutes constitute a single occurrence subject to a $1 million limit in the insured's primary policy with Mid-Continent.
By Michael J. Messonnier, Jr.
Comments on the NOPR are due thirty days after it is published in the Federal Register.
By Scott H. Kimpel
The acting general counsel of the Federal Election Commission ("FEC") recently published for public comment a draft advisory opinion under the Federal Election Campaign Act
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