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By Alan Hahn, William Szanzer, Gabrielle White
The amount contributed can be provided pre-tax, but it must be reported on an employee's Form W-2.
By Gary Kibel, Joseph Lewczak, Josh Gordon
One underreported outcome of the November elections is that nearly 25 percent of Americans now live in a state where recreational marijuana use is legal.
By Ronald R. Urbach, Paavana Kumar
Staples has agreed to pay $2 million to end a class action filed in California federal court alleging that the company engaged in deceptive rewards program practices.
By Gregg Gilman, Nirupama Hegde
Yesterday, December 28, 2016, New York State adopted new regulations, effective December 31,2016, which increase the minimum salary employers will have to pay to administrative and executive employees...
By Marc Rachman, Devin Kothari
In its first design patent case in over a century, the U.S. Supreme Court has redefined the meaning of an infringing "article of manufacture."
By Ashima Dayal, Sara Edelman, Gary Kibel
The Copyright Office recently implemented new regulations governing how websites and other online service providers must register a designated agent for receiving copyright infringement notices...
By Joseph Cioffi, Massimo Giugliano
Under new regulations that go into effect later this month, most issuers of asset-backed securities (ABS) will be required to retain a percentage economic interest in the collateral they securitize.
By Ronald R. Urbach, Louis Dilorenzo
MedRite Urgent Care and Carmel Car & Limousine Service have settled with the New York State Office of the Attorney General over claims that they paid or incentivized customers to post positive reviews...
By Joseph Cioffi, Massimo Giugliano, Andrew Spillane
Some marketplace lenders have changed the structure of transactions in response, but not without additional uncertainty and added costs.
By Ronald R. Urbach
The legal issues raised by the lawsuit, however, will certainly continue well into the new year – and beyond.
By Ronald R. Urbach
The filing of a lawsuit against the organizer of the New York City Marathon began in 2016, and the end of this year has seen a proposed resolution of that case.
By Joseph Cioffi, Massimo Giugliano, Andrew Spillane
In a move that could greatly reduce the uncertainty in marketplace lending created by the decision of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit in Madden v. Midland Funding, LLC...
By Joseph Cioffi, Massimo Giugliano
In response to the growing balance of student loan debt in the United States, lawmakers have proposed legislation that would eliminate the most lender-protective feature of student loans...
By Gregg Brochin, Shira Franco, Judith Kong
On April 4, 2016, San Francisco passed the Paid Parental Leave Ordinance, which requires employers to provide employees with six weeks of fully paid parental leave...
By Jessica Golden Cortes, Sharon Cohen
Over the past year, several California cities have joined San Francisco and the state of California in passing their own paid sick leave ordinances.
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