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By Benjamin Briggs, Brent Clark, James Curtis, Mark Lies II, Patrick Joyce, Craig Simonsen
The Federal District Court has denied industry's request to enjoin OSHA's new rules on mandatory post-accident drug screenings and safety incentive programs, workplace retaliation...
By Patrick Burke
China has finalized a broad new Cyber Security Law, its first comprehensive data privacy and security regulation.
By Patrick Muffo
Courts have decided many recent Alice challenges based on whether the invention at hand is "physical" or not. Others determine patent-eligibility based on...
By David Kadue, Coby Turner
In Lubin v. Wackenhut Corp., the California Court of Appeal reinstated an effort to certify a class of over 10,000 security officers required to sign on-duty meal period agreements.
By Gerald Maatman Jr., Christopher DeGroff
The EEOC recently released its annual Performance and Accountability Report for the fiscal year 2016, a must-read for employers regarding statistical data on EEOC litigation.
By Michael Tamvakologos
Working with many of Australia's leading employers has given us strong insights into the planning and habits of the leaders of high performing organisations.
By Seyfarth Shaw LLP
Judge Amos Mazzant of the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Texas issued an order enjoining the U.S. Department of Labor's implementation and enforcement of the new overtime...
By James Curtis, Patrick Joyce, Craig Simonsen
Seyfarth Synopsis: Despite Congressional direction to the contrary, OSHA just adopted a significant 500+ page final rule on industry, and only provided employers sixty days to comply!
By Amy Abeloff
In its attempt to register its marks, Applicant argued that the items identified in its goods and services listings are sold in legal commerce because they are sold in states where cannabis is legal.
By Erik Weibust
Apparently there may be some life left yet in the Massachusetts Legislature's attempt to pass non-compete reform this year.
By Alexius O'Malley, Sam Schwartz-Fenwick
A Court ruled that under the Affordable Care Act, an ERISA governed plan exclusion cannot unequivocally bar emergency medical care related to injuries sustained in a fireworks explosion.
By Patrick Muffo
Patent litigants or other "real parties in interest" are estopped from asserting invalidity challenges in federal court "on any ground that the petitioner raised or reasonably could have raised...
By Abigail Cahak, Mary Klimesh, Sam Schwartz-Fenwick
The U.S. Supreme Court agreed to hear an appeal in the matter of Gloucester County School Board v. G.G., which asks the Court to weigh in on the issue of restroom access for transgender students.
By Minh Vu
The DOJ announced last week in the federal government's Unified Agenda that it will be issuing a proposed rule for state and government websites in July 2017.
By Matthew Christoff
Over the past few years, there has been a significant increase in the number of tools available to attorneys to analyze and review ESI that has been collected from clients or produced by opposing parties.
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