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By Gemma Saluta
On November 14, 2014, the Eastern District of North Carolina entered summary judgment in favor of an insured seeking coverage for embezzlement for actions by owners of a vendor.
By Richard Rainey
A federal court in Texas has issued an order that blocks—nationwide—the U.S. DOL new regulations that would have doubled the minimum salary for many "white collar" workers on December 1, 2016.
By Richard Garabedian, Steven Dunlevie, Adam Wheeler
At the NCUA's October board meeting, senior staff of the NCUA submitted a briefing report to the NCUA Board on the issues concerning the use of supplemental capital by federally insured credit unions.
By Philip Runkel
In recent years, the Court of Appeals of North Carolina has handed down two decisions which make very clear that the common law rule against perpetuities doctrine is alive and well...
By John Hunter, Stephanie L. Yarbrough
San Francisco faces a $380 million funding gap that could delay the construction of affordable housing on Treasure Island....
By Gemma Saluta
As we have previously reported, the North Carolina Industrial Commission was tasked to investigate a prescription formulary for North Carolina State workers.
By Belton Zeigler
"Security fatigue" is emerging as a dangerous threat to effective cybersecurity programs. A new study by NIST found that the well-intended drumbeat of cyber security alerts and warnings...
By Theodore F. Claypoole
On October 25, 2016, the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) released its nonbinding "Data Breach Response" guide with an accompanying blog post and video, all directed to help businesses prepare a data breach response plan.
By John Cooke
Sometimes, the simplest, local example teaches the deepest, global lesson – politics and impartiality do not mix.
By Steven Dunlevie, Adam Wheeler, Richard Garabedian
The OCC has adopted recommendations developed by its Innovation Framework Development Team that address measures for the OCC to take to encourage the development of FinTech products and services.
By Mitchell Tuchman
A notice, to be effective, must be delivered to someone somewhere as expeditiously as possible. What if that someone is impossible to find?
By Steve Clinton, Michael Gencarella
In prior posts, I've talked about the pace of change accelerating in business, and law firms, like other companies, must be forward-looking to be relevant in the future.
By John Cooke
Robert Frost's The Road Not Taken is a great American poem about choices.
By John Hunter, Stephanie L. Yarbrough
The Georgia Department of Revenue has amended rules on the quality jobs tax credit to conform to newly enacted legislation (HB 922) that modified the definition of an eligible taxpayer and adjusted the computation for determining the credit amount available if a taxpayer creates jobs in more than one country
By Douglas Bonner, Steven Dunlevie, Richard Garabedian
The Agencies are also considering applying the standards to third party servicers that serve the covered entities. Comments on the APNR are due by January 17, 2017.
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