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By Steven Gorin
I was recently honored to serve as a guest columnist in the June 2017 "Shop Talk" column in WG&L's Journal of Taxation.
By Tabitha Davisson
On June 30, Governor Eric Greitens signed into law a new bill making notable changes to rights and remedies for claims under Missouri's discrimination law ("MHRA") and claims for whistleblower retaliation.
By Katie Wendel, Aaron D. Lacey
On June 28, 2017, the D.C. District Court issued its opinion and order in the matter of the American Association of Cosmetology Schools ("AACS") v. the U.S. Department of Education.
By Jonathan Temps
If there were a few overarching themes of the first quarter of 2017 in the private capital community...
By Kelly Simon
For international travelers, particularly those working in the U.S. in a nonimmigrant status (i.e., H-1B, O-1, or TN), vigilance and care should be exercised throughout the period of travel.
By Michael Nepple
While a donut with no hole may be a Danish, a photograph is not publicly displayed if the public never sees it.
By Steven Gorin
Any compensation the owner receives is subject to FICA tax, which imposes an equivalent burden. And the IRS frequently attacks owners who receive cash distributions from an S corporation...
By Michael Rosenblum
In one of the most significant milestones in the history of marijuana legislation, Los Angeles' City Council recently released its proposed regulations governing commercial cannabis activity in the city.
By Jason Schwent, Melissa Ventrone
Since being appointed in April of 2015, Missouri State Auditor Nicole Galloway has consistently made cybersecurity a priority for her office.
By Robert Wallace, Jr., Aaron D. Lacey
In 2011, the world of higher education — and the entire nation — was rocked by the shocking revelation of the criminal actions of longtime Penn State defensive coordinator Jerry Sandusky.
By Aaron D. Lacey
During the second term of the Obama administration, the U.S. Department of Education promulgated several complex regulatory packages.
By Barry Fischer, Kevin Young, Emily Jenkinson
As many cannabis industry watchers know, one of the primary challenges still facing cannabis businesses is access to capital, as we have discussed previously on Tracking Cannabis.
By William Holtz, Jonathan Musch
In a unanimous opinion, the United States Supreme Court again reversed the Federal Circuit in Sandoz Inc. v. Amgen Inc., interpreting the meaning of key provisions of the Biologics Price Competition...
By Mark Sableman
If you want to — though we don't encourage it — you can now disparage ethnic groups in your federally registered trademarks.
By Mark Sableman
It seems like a simple statement, but in copyright law, ownership isn't simple. One person can own physical photographs, but not have the right to use them, because someone else owns the copyrights.
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