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By Thomas Allen, Benjamin Yoder
With the rise of social media as the modern public forum for speech and debate, a veritable legal minefield has been created for elected officials who run social media accounts.
By Carl C. Lammers
October 12, 2017, was an eventful day for the Affordable Care Act (ACA) because of two executive orders issued by President Trump.
By Casey M. Duhart, Joshua Rosenblatt
On February 27, 2017, The Financial Crimes Enforcement Network ("FinCEN") fined Merchants Bank of California ("Merchants") $7 million for what it called "egregious" violations of the Bank Secrecy Act ("BSA").
By Courtney Rogers, Jane Hils Shea
The CFPB has also issued a helpful Prepaid Account Coverage Chart, consisting of a flow chart to help analyze whether the Prepaid Rules apply to a particular product.
By Steven McDevitt, Raymond D. Neusch, Thomas Williams Esq
On November 16, 2016, in National Federation of Independent Business, et al. v. Perez, a federal court in Texas put a halt to the DOL new Persuader Rule, entering a nationwide permanent injunction against DOL implementation.
By John Lovett
Union political influence kept Kentucky from joining the ranks of "right to work" states for over 50 years.
By Steve Embry
The key issue facing the Court in Robins is whether Article III standing can be conferred when a plaintiff suffers no injury, but can instead only recover statutorily imposed penalties.
By Scott Dolson
On April 1, 2015, Kentucky Governor Steve Beshear signed into law House Bill 440, which includes several significant additions and changes to Kentucky's business entity laws.
By Jeffrey Shoskin, Jeffrey Lindemann
How do you prove you complied with the FMLA's notice requirements? Two recent court decisions have complicated the answer to this question.
By Bobby Guy, Jennifer O'Guinn
Reorganization is a tough business when capital is as inaccessible as a frightened turtle. It’s no secret that true Chapter 11 reorganizations are few and far between; the Chapter 11 bankruptcy process is now used frequently as a sales mechanism, through the very powerful "363" sale process.
By Stephen Albainy-Jenei
The Senate’s Committee on the Judiciary, has issued its draft report on the Patent Reform bill (S. 1145) , to amend the patent laws currently in Title 35 of the United States Code.
By Scott Gurney
I have recently heard about new "ConsensusDOCS" construction contract forms. How do they impact subcontractors?
By Thomas Allen
Employers frequently have to deal with Family and Medical Leave Act ("FMLA") questions. What does an employer do when an employee is suspected of abusing FMLA leave by taking leave consistently on Fridays and Mondays, with no apparent justification for the Friday and Monday pattern.