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By Madeline Rea
The case is Barton v. Constellium Rolled Prods.-Ravenswood, LLC, No. 16-1103, 2017 WL 1078540
By Allan Bloom, Laura Fant
Philadelphia has indefinitely delayed implementation of its new ordinance that that will make it unlawful for employers to inquire into an applicant's wage history during the hiring process.
By David Grunblatt, Mazal Gavrielov, Erica Loomba, Valarie McPherson, Jennifer Wexler
On April 7, 2017, the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) announced that it received more H-1B petitions than visas available under the statutory cap of 65,000 general-category and 20,000 U.S. Master's for the fiscal year.
By Alexander Kaplan, Lee Popkin
At the heart of this unique Lanham Act case is a dispute between the Episcopal Church (the "Church") and one of its "disaffiliated" districts, the Diocese of South Carolina ("Diocese").
By Tiffany Quach
In April 2017, the New York Department of Financial Services (the "DFS") released guidance on interpreting 23 NYCRR Part 500, its recently promulgated regulation that requires banks, insurance companies and other financial services institutions regulated by the DFS ..
By Jeffrey Neuburger
Screen scraping is a problem that has vexed website owners since the early days of e-commerce – how to make valuable content available to users and customers, but prevent competitors from accessing such content for commercial purposes.
By Jeffrey Neuburger
The blockchain or "distributed ledger network" was originally conceived as the peer-to-peer technology platform that allows for the transfer of Bitcoin without the need for a trusted intermediary.
By Steven A. Sutro
The Ninth Circuit affirmed two district court decisions that concluded medical providers were not "beneficiaries" under Section 502(a) of ERISA and therefore lacked standing to bring an ERISA claim.
By Russell Hirschhorn, Benjamin Saper
The IRS announced that it is providing relief from excise taxes under Code § 4975 that conforms to the DOL's temporary enforcement policy described in FAB 2017-01.
By Melissa DiGrande
On March 27, 2017, the Commercial Division of the New York Supreme Courts updated its rule on trial length, giving judges the express authorization to impose time limits, at their discretion, on different phases of trial.
By Steven Pearlman, Harris Mufson, McKenzie Wilson
On April 12, 2017, the Third Circuit partially revived a former in-house attorney's whistleblower retaliation lawsuit against his previous employer.
By Robert Leonard, Jeffrey Neuburger, Joshua Newville, Jonathan Richman
Below is a summary of a recent development that may be of interest from our Technology, Media & Telecommunications (TMT) practice Group.
By Seth Safra, Russell Hirschhorn
On April 4, 2017, the U.S. Department of Labor issued a final rule postponing applicability of the conflict of interest rule and related exemptions for sixty days, until June 9, 2017.
By Jeffrey Neuburger
For years, craigslist has aggressively used technological and legal methods to prevent unauthorized parties from violating its terms of use by scraping, linking to or accessing user postings for their own commercial purposes.
By Mark Theodore
Of all the changes to the law the NLRB has made in the last several years, the most significant involve how the agency determines bargaining units.
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