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By GlobeSt .com
Reginald M. Jones authored the GlobeSt.com article, "There's No Such Thing As ‘Accrued CPI' In GSA Leasing."
By National Real Estate Investor
Philip L. Hinerman co-authored the National Real Estate Investor article, "Selling Contaminated Property: Trash or Treasure?"
By Melissa Lyon
There is good news to help bring some money into my home state – The first Bureau of Land Management ("BLM") oil and gas lease sale of 2017 occurred last week and it has helped to provide some cash...
By Jessica Diamond
Maura and Michael Ricci divorced when their daughter, Caitlyn, was four (4) years old.
By Mark Tabakman
The issue of whether to pay for training time is a vexing one. In a recent case, a major airline avoided liability (for the most part) in a FLSA collective action alleging that it did not pay workers...
By William Levinson
William Mark Levinson authored the C-Suite Quarterly article, "Picking the Right Legal Horse."
By Melissa Lyon
As we are about midway through the first quarter of 2017, we wanted to provide you with the takeaways from the energy industry so far this year:
By Alexander Radus
The U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services recently published the International Entrepreneur Rule, which finalizes regulations intended to increase and enhance entrepreneurship...
By James Singer
On January 19, 2017, the USPTO published a final rule that would allow the USPTO to verify whether trademark holders are using a trademark with all of the goods and services listed...
By Carl Neff
Earlier this month, the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the District of Delaware released an update to the Local Rules for the United States Bankruptcy Court District of Delaware (Effective February 1, 2017).
By Ernest Badway
The SEC recently released its findings relating to exams of investment advisers. In particular, the OCIE found weak compliance programs; insufficient or late filings; custody rule violations...
By Joshua Horn
The Office of Compliance Inspections and Examinations (or OCIE) recently issued a Risk Alert that identified the five most frequent compliance topics that arising from OCIE examinations.
By Nancy Halpern, DVM, Esq.
After a whirlwind of comments and criticisms, USDA has updated its statement regarding the abrupt deactivation of its Animal Care Search Tool.
By Mark Tabakman
Usually, in FLSA cases, no emotional damages are allowable in retaliation cases. Perhaps that inviolate principle is now changing.
By Scott Badami
Earlier this week, the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) issued a press release concerning a new case HUD charged in Oklahoma.
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