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By Isabelle M. Rahman
With its recent imposition of a record 4.3 billion EUR fine against Google for abuse of dominant position
By Liisa Thomas
The UK's data protection authority, the ICO, recently fined marketing firm Everything DM Ltd for sending almost 1.5 million marketing emails without obtaining sufficient consent as required by the...
By John S. Bolesta
The National Labor Relations Board has made good on its recent promise to move forward with rulemaking to re-establish the decades-old joint employer standard in place prior to the Board's 2015 decision ...
By James Gatto, Mark Patrick
Recently, there has been a frenzy of legal activity with U.S. gambling laws and the number of gambling-related legal issues with video games.
By Jordan Grushkin, Patrick M. Callaghan
Why are prescription drug prices so high in the U.S.? While this question can hardly be considered a new topic in American healthcare, the recent clash of words between the Trump Administration and Democratic Senators ...
By Richard Friedman
In a flurry of activity and confluence of developments, the SEC, FINRA and a Brooklyn federal judge have commenced actions and made rulings that continue to define the regulatory framework and obligations...
By Damani Sims
Traditionally, registering to do business in New York was sufficient to subject a corporate defendant to general personal jurisdiction in the state.
By Robert J Guite, Jay Ramsey
In a recent decision, the California Court of Appeal reaffirmed and clarified how the "reasonable consumer" standard must be applied at the pleadings stage to mislabeling claims
By Kari M. Rollins, David Poell
In a victory for online retailers, a New York federal court recently dismissed three putative class action lawsuits brought on behalf of website visitors whose mouse clicks, keystrokes,
By Christine M. Clements, Erica J. Kraus, Michael Paddock
CMS promulgated the 2014 Overpayment Rule in order to implement the Affordable Care Act requirement that MAOs report and return any overpayments that they identify
By Lindsay Colvin Stone
As described in a previous blog post, New York's 2019 Budget created significant new responsibilities for employers in the state with respect to sexual harassment prevention
By James Gatto
The United States Securities and Exchange Commission ("SEC") has indicated that nearly all initial coin offering ("ICO") filings they have seen are securities offerings.
By Danielle Thompson
All model materials are currently in draft form, pending a comment period set to end on September 12, 2018.
By Kari M. Rollins, Shanna Pearce, Pavel Sternberg
Last month a federal district court dismissed a putative class action lawsuit against United Airlines challenging its use of fingerprint scanning timeclocks.
By Liisa Thomas, Pavel Sternberg
On September 1, the Colorado breach notification statute update became effective, the first of two developments that occurred over the weekend.
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