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By Lars H. Fuller, Patrick T. Lewis, Gregory Mersol
On Jan. 8, 2019, the U.S. Supreme Court issued a unanimous decision regarding an important procedural issue under the Federal Arbitration Act (FAA).
By Gregory Mersol
Extensive expert report still fails to establish fairness and manageability for trial.
By Gregory Mersol
Many wage and hour cases filed today try to name popular targets and to rely upon tried and true allegations.
By Yameel L. Mercado Robles
Currently before the U.S. Supreme Court is whether entities conducting nonjudicial foreclosure proceedings are subject to the requirements
By Kathryn Carey, Aleksandra Vold
Cyberattacks continue to rise across industries, and healthcare is no different. Eighty percent of U.S. physicians reported having experienced some form of cyberattack.
By Adam Higgins
Below is the Federal Policy team's weekly preview, published each week when Congress is in session.
By Michael Stein
On Jan. 4, 2019, the USPTO announced revised guidance relevant to Section 101 rejections ("2019 Revised Patent Subject Matter Eligibility Guidance").
By Christian Jones
Congress has approved most government funding, including for federal healthcare operations at HHS, CMS and other agencies.
By James Morrison, Curt Hineline
In this era where there appears to be a new data security incident announced each month
By Christian Jones
Fresh-from-the-campaign idealism will collide with old-fashioned partisanship on Capitol Hill today as more than 100 first-time lawmakers are sworn in and the 116th Congress is gaveled into session.
By Shawn Butte
Earlier this year, Gov. Charlie Baker signed a comprehensive bill titled "An Act Relative to Minimum Wage, Paid Family Medical Leave and the Sales Tax Holiday,"
By Melinda McLellan, Emily Fedeles, Kyle R. Fath
The end of 2018 saw heightened activity surrounding the EU-U.S. Privacy Shield Framework. This blog post provides a news roundup on the following developments:
By Lindsay Holmes, Lee Rosebush, Lance Shea
FDA Commissioner Announces Ongoing Services During the Partial Government Shutdown – The FDA released a statement that certain programs would continue to run during the shutdown.
By Nicholas D. Poper, Joseph S. Persoff, Sabrina Shadi, Monique Matar
With the new year comes new laws that affect California employers.
By Amy J. Traub
On November 9, 2018, the U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) withdrew its appeal of the Obama-era regulation regarding persuader activity and reporting requirements pursuant to Section 203(c) of the Labor-Management Reporting and Disclosure Act.
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