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By Anthony Oncidi, Jeremy Mittman, Tracey Silver
As we reported here in December, the City of Los Angeles Fair Chance Initiative for Hiring Ordinance is now effective.
By Martin Hamilton, Martine Seiden Agatston, Timothy Donovan
The U.S. Treasury Department and the Internal Revenue Service published on January 18, 2017 final regulations (the "Final Regulations") reducing from ten years to five years the recognition period for the corporate-level tax imposed on certain property dispositions by a real estate investment trust ("REIT") or a regulated investment company ("RIC") under Section 337(d), and otherwise generally adopting the approach set forth in prior temporary and proposed regulations.[
By Steven Einhorn
The Internal Revenue Service recently issued Revenue Procedure 2017-18, which provides that the last day of the remedial amendment period for Code Section 403(b) retirement plans will be March 31, 2020.
By Patrick Niedermeier
In one recent case, a Massachusetts court brightened the plaintiff's day by denying the defendant's motion to stay.
By Michael Cardozo
January 20, 2017 (NEW YORK) – Litigation partner Michael Cardozo recently spent a week in Beijing and Shanghai as part of a delegation arranged through the Paul Tsai China Center at Yale Law School.
By Jeffrey Neuburger
For the second time in the past six months, a district court has dismissed a lawsuit alleging procedural and technical violations of the Illinois biometric privacy statute for lack of Article III standing.
By Albert Gortz, George Karibjanian, David Pratt, Mitchell Gaswirth, Andrew Katzenstein, Henry Leibowitz, Vanessa Maczko, Lisa Stern, Philip Susswein, Jay Waxenberg, Scott Bowman
The February § 7520 rate for use with estate planning techniques such as CRTs, CLTs, QPRTs and GRATs is 2.6%, up 0.2% from January.
By Connie Bertram, Guy Brenner, Ryan Hutzler
Earlier today, the Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs (OFCCP) announced that the Office of Management and Budget renewed the voluntary self-identification form for individuals with disabilities for an additional three years.
By Laura Stafford
Judge Allison Burroughs of the District of Massachusetts recently issued a decision that provides much-needed insight into pleading standards in patent cases.
By Alexander Kaplan, Russell Kostelak
In December 2016, DeVry University agreed to pay $100 million to settle a lawsuit with the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) over allegations stemming from DeVry's advertising about the employment rates and salaries of its graduates.
By Courtney M. Bowman
At the end of last year, Qatar became the first Gulf state to enact a comprehensive privacy law
By Courtney M. Bowman
At the end of last year, Qatar became the first Gulf state to enact a comprehensive privacy law.
By Nicole Eichberger, Tulio D. Chirinos
New Orleans Mayor, Mitch Landrieu, has issued an executive order that bans questions about salary history during the application processes for City positions.
By Nicole Eichberger, Tulio D. Chirinos
New Orleans Mayor, Mitch Landrieu, has issued an executive order that bans questions about salary history during the application processes for City positions.
By Connie Bertram, Guy Brenner
Although the first eleven days of the Trump Administration have been full of activity and controversy...
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