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By John Hunter, Stephanie L. Yarbrough
German-based Henkel Corporation plans to relocate its Laundry and Home Care and Beauty Care headquarters from Scottsdale, Arizona to Stamford, Connecticut which will create 266 new jobs in the state...
By Aaron Pohlmann
Effective January 18, 2017, the Department of Labor issued a "final rule" modifying 29 CFR § 2560.503-1, governing claims procedures for disability benefits under ERISA plans.
By David Yandle, J. Marshall Allen
In December 2016, the South Carolina Supreme Court denied a petition for re-hearing, resolving a long standing dispute and allowing medical practices to employ directly PTs and PTAs.
By Theodore F. Claypoole
On January 11, 2017, the Swiss Federal Council announced that a new framework will govern the transfer of personal data from Switzerland to the US. According to the Federal Council...
By Kurt Weaver
The public health community has been more vocal over the last several years regarding the amount of sugar being used in food and beverages.
By Theodore F. Claypoole, Taylor Ey
As more consumer devices connect to the Internet, regulators take a more aggressive stance requiring security promises be met.
By John Hunter, Stephanie L. Yarbrough
A new state audit says Oregon economic development agency needs to do a better job evaluating the tax incentives it uses to attract businesses to the state and be more transparent about their results.
By Jonathan Reich
Two months ago, without any prior warning or public notice, the IRS issued Notice2016-66 which defined a number of common captive insurance transactions as "transactions of interest."
By Belton Zeigler, Theodore F. Claypoole
The cyber war battlefield has expanded, and your business is now a fighter and a target. A new U.S. Government report explains many reasons for identifying and penalizing Russian hackers...
By Steve Clinton, Michael Gencarella
With the holidays fast approaching, I thought I'd take a step back from the day-to-day craziness that is Silicon Valley and celebrate the joy of giving back to our communities.
By John Cooke
Anybody who practices land use law knows that it's an arcane area with layers of local and state laws (and sometimes federal laws) baked into every proceeding.
By John Hunter, Stephanie L. Yarbrough
AT&T is rolling out fiber internet in Birmingham and some of its surrounding communities. Business and civic leaders say this will boost the areas competitiveness in the recruitment world.
By Steven Dunlevie, Richard Garabedian, Adam Wheeler
Taking another step in its responsible innovation initiative, the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency (the "OCC")
By Douglas Bonner, Mark Palchick, Martin L. Stern, Rebecca Jacobs
On December 2, 2016, the FCC's Broadband Privacy Report and Order ("Order") was published in the Federal Register, triggering the 30-day deadline for petitions for reconsideration...
By Jacob S. Wharton, John Morrow, Jr., David Crowe
On December 6, 2016, the United States Supreme Court threw out a $399 million damages award against Samsung for infringing three design patents, opening the door on a new era in design patent infringement...
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