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By Darren Rowles, Scott Cahalan
If you are a contractor, subcontractor, or supplier in the construction industry, you've likely heard the terms "pay-if-paid" and "pay-when-paid."
By Andrew Thompson
In Barrow, the plaintiff-property owner filed an administrative appeal of the LAS permit and alleged that the partially treated wastewater sprayed by the City at the LAS site would runoff the site...
By Patrick J. Cain, Matthew Clarke, Yash Dave, Patricia Hill, Kiyoaki Kojima, Carrie Anderer, Sasha Greenberg, Akiyo Inoko Hewett, Ian Jones
On March 5, 2018, the California Supreme Court issued a decision concerning the way that certain bonus pay affects the calculation of an employee's regular rate under California Labor Code § 510 ...
By Gregory Kirsch
Tech startup companies often rely on patents and other types of intellectual property (IP) rights to help safeguard against competition, thereby protecting their investors and increasing the chance...
By Stephen O'Day, Vickie C. Rusek
In the wake of illnesses reported by refugees from Hurricane Katrina who were housed temporarily in manufactured housing, Congress in 2010, in the Formaldehyde Standards in Composite Wood Products Act...
By Laura Andrew, Andrew Fawbush, Lisa Carrasco, Quinn Baker, Brandon Sherlinski
Based on the provisions of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017, the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) has once again updated the Cost-of-Living Adjustments for 2018.
By Andrew Thompson
On February 1, 2018, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit issued a decision concluding that the federal Clean Water Act (CWA) applies to claims involving the discharge of pollutants...
By Phillip Hoover
In a bill signed into law on February 9 Congress expanded a tax incentive program responsible for more than a billion dollars in tax credits awarded to oil companies for burying carbon dioxide underground.
By Patricia Hill, Matthew Clarke, Yash Dave, Kiyoaki Kojima, Carrie Anderer, Ian Jones, Sasha Greenberg, Akiyo Inoko Hewett
Effective October 15, 2018, employers in New York City will be subject to broader accommodation requirements than those set forth in the Americans with Disabilities Act ("ADA").
By Bruce McDonald
On February 13, 2018, the Constitutional Court of the Russian Federation issued a decision in favor of a Russian parallel importer...
By Matthew Clarke, Patricia Hill, Yash Dave, Kiyoaki Kojima, Sasha Greenberg, Ian Jones, Carrie Anderer, Akiyo Inoko Hewett
Many employers in the U.S. utilize student interns or apprentices to work on a short-term basis. Oftentimes, companies make such internship or apprenticeship opportunities ...
By Edward Wasmuth
The Eleventh Circuit considered whether a bank could invoke an arbitration clause to block litigation when the bank had added the arbitration clause to its customer agreement by amendment while the litigation was in progress.
By Phillip Hoover
On January 25, the EPA issued a memorandum reversing the "once-in-always-in" policy under the Clean Air Act ("Act") which prevented major sources of toxic air pollutants from removing pollution control devices at their facilities once actual emissions fell below major source thresholds.
By Edward Ezekiel, Vickie C. Rusek
On January 25, 2018, the U.S. EPA reversed its longstanding Clean Air Act "once in, always in" policy, opening the door for certain "major" sources of hazardous air pollution to finally downgrade to "area" sources.
By Bruce McDonald
On January 12, 2018, the Russian Federation published an ambitious Roadmap For Development of Competition in Healthcare, including the latest shot across the bow ...
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