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By Jonathan New, Victoria L Stork
On May 9, 2018, the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) announced a new policy discouraging unnecessary "piling on" of enforcement actions and penalties for corporate wrongdoers.
By Saima Sheikh
As we previously discussed in our earlier blog post, an amendment to the New York City Earned Sick Time Act went into effect on May 5.
By Christian Jones
The House voted Tuesday to give final congressional approval to a sweeping rewrite of the nation's banking rules that would roll back key elements of Dodd-Frank but still leave most of that 2010...
By Arielle Brown, Sam Camardo, Dustin Dow, Jessica Greenberg, James Morrison, Matthew D. Pearson, Anthony Ponikvar
We are pleased to share BakerHostetler's 2017 Class Action Review, which offers a summary of key class action litigation developments during the past year.
By Christian Jones
House Speaker Paul Ryan, R-Wis., last week said congressional leaders are trying to hammer out compromise legislation that would make ...
By Anthony P. Valach, Julie Hein
Effective August 1, 2018, the House Bill 2154 recently signed by the Arizona governor will expand the current Arizona data breach notification law. ...
By John Lewis, Dustin Dow, Gregory Mersol
The controversy surrounding the validity of employment arbitration agreements with class action waivers has been simmering at least since 2012. Now, with the Supreme Court's decision in Epic Systems Corp. v. Lewis ...
By Adam Higgins
Below is the Federal Policy team's weekly preview, published each Monday that Congress is in session.
By John Lewis, Dustin Dow
The controversy surrounding the validity of employment arbitration agreements with class action waivers has been simmering since at least 2012. Now, with the Supreme Court's decision in Epic Systems...
By Alan Friel, Holly Melton
Eyewear retailer can't make class action invisible
By Alan Friel, Holly Melton
TCPA is being abused because of broad FCC interpretation of technology, petitioners claim
By Alan Friel
Manufacturer accused of making unsubstantiated performance claims regarding hearing aids
By Alan Friel, Holly Melton
GDPR-compliant framework helps companies track and expose how consumer data is used
By Alan Friel, Holly Melton
Self-reg council: App producer failed to implement rigorous consent procedures
By Aaron R. Lancaster
Denying cross-motions for summary judgment, the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California ruled that the class action against Facebook for violating Illinois' BIPA will proceed to trial.
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