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By Michael Bailey
On October 9, 2019, the United States Treasury Department published proposed regulations that address the federal tax consequences of the expected phase-out of the London interbank offered rate.
By Peter Vogel
The Dallasnews.com reported that Whinstone (with data facilities in the Netherlands, Sweden, and Louisiana) "says it will build the world's largest bitcoin mining facility in Milam County
By Nathaniel Lacktman, Emily H. Wein
CMS just released the 2020 final rule with changes to remote patient monitoring (RPM), officially titled "Chronic Care Remote Physiologic Monitoring," reimbursed under the Medicare program
By Courtenay Brinckerhoff
In Liqwd, Inc. v. L'Oreal USA, Inc., the Federal Circuit vacated a decision of the USPTO Patent Trial and Appeal Board (PTAB) that failed to take into account evidence of copying
By Benjamin Dryden
Quick: Does your company have any insiders who either now or in the future may own $90 million or more in company stock? The CEO? The founder? A member of the board?
By Scott Allen
Those who believed the Trump administration would scale back the Obama-era Department of Labor's (DOL's) aggressive enforcement of wage and hour laws ...
By Christopher Donovan
Taking the value-based dialogue from the theoretical to the practical, Foley partner Chris Donovan moderated a standing room only panel on October 28th at HLTH titled "Cooking Up Winning Reimbursement
By Jonathan Tietz, George Quillin
With the Supreme Court in Oil States v. Greene's Energy holding IPRs constitutional under Article III, and the Federal Circuit in Celgene v. Peter holding the retroactive use of IPRs against pre-AIA
By Peter Vogel
The New York Times reported that in 2015 "a jury convicted Robert Neulander, a prominent doctor in central New York, of killing his wife
By Connor Sabatino
State motor vehicle dealer laws are on a crash course with internet sales. Electronic sales platforms make it increasingly difficult to answer the question
By Alejandro Nemo Gomez Strozzi
There is a new labor ball game in Mexico, as the country has amended its relevant laws to be in compliance with the incoming USMCA (U.S.-Mexico-Canada Agreement, soon to be NAFTA´s successor).
By Peter Vogel
Darkreading.com reported that CISOs are recommending that you should get "people to fall in love with the security team, and you'll get them to care about security,…" ...
By Jonathan Tietz, Courtenay Brinckerhoff
We previously discussed the new personalized medicine example in the USPTO's October 2019 Patent Eligibility Guidance Update. Here, we look at the new nature-based product example
By Jason B. Binford
Dealing with a financially distressed customer requires both vigilance and creativity.
By Gregg Dooge
401(k) lawsuits have surged in recent years. This development has been widely reported, but the extent to which employers of all sizes are potential targets might not be so clearly understood.
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