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By David Kleinmann
Restrictive Covenant practice co-chair David Kleinmann was quoted in the July 7 Baltimore Sun article, "Employers Use Non-Compete Agreements Even for Low-Wage Workers."
By Mark J. Rosenberg
Reputation Management co-chair Mark Rosenberg spoke with Inside Counsel for the article, "Dealing with Negative or Defamatory Reviews on Social Media."
By Roxanne Levine
It has been a year of major policy shifts in U.S. immigration. In this alert, we provide an update on recent developments in business immigration in the United States.
By David Pfeffer
The article discusses the strain that the frenetic pace of real estate construction has put on core U.S. markets – particularly in New York – on the labor workforce, which in turn is causing banks to be wary about providing construction loans.
By Andrew Ben-Ami
Businesses across the nation are buzzing about Congressional action on tax reform - action that may not even occur.
By Roxanne Levine
On June 6, 2017, Labor Secretary Alexander Acosta announced that the U.S. Department of Labor (USDOL) will conduct increased enforcement efforts encompassing all of the foreign visa worker...
By David Pfeffer, Laurie Stanziale
In New York City, construction of some sort is always moving forward and, as such, worksite injuries and fatalities unfortunately will occur.
By Amy Goldsmith, Rachel Lin
For close to 30 years, patent owners have been able to strategically select the best location for a patent litigation, assuming that the defendant sold the contested product in that location.
By Joann Palumbo
Having a will is imperative to ensure that your money and belongings are distributed according to your wishes after your death. Wills can distribute property, name an executor and guardians...
By Roxanne Levine
On May 4, 2017, the U.S. Department of State issued a notice in the Federal Register evidencing that it intends to carry out President Trump's goal of "extreme vetting."
By Roxanne Levine
On March 21, 2017, the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) released new restrictions on electronic devices carried on U.S.-bound direct flights from 10 airports in primarily Muslim countries.
By Laurie Stanziale
While each year there are reports and statistics regarding the annual number of construction accidents and fatalities in New York City, 2016 will likely be remembered as the year when a construction accident could, and did, lead to criminal charges and convictions of construction companies and individual supervisors.
The U.S. Supreme Court recently held in a recent decision in Life Technologies Corp v. Promega Corp. that the "supply of a single component of a multicomponent invention for manufacture abroad does not give rise to § 271(f)(1) liability."
By Laurent Drogin
On April 4, the United States Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit (covering Illinois, Indiana and Wisconsin) became the first federal appellate court to recognize sexual orientation as being protected by Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964.
The new law amends the New York City Human Rights Law and applies to all private employers in New York City with four or more employees