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By Emmy Monahan
States increasingly pass laws to protect patients from surprise billing, varying widely in scoop
By Duane Morris
In a recent decision approved for publication on March 27, 2019, the New Jersey Appellate Division addressed an issue of first impression: whether an employee can state a claim
By Darrick Mix
On March 20, 2019, the SEC adopted amendments to rules and forms of Regulation S-K to further simplify and modernize disclosure
By Oliver Massmann
On 22 February 2019, the Ministry of Industry and Trade of Vietnam ("MOIT") published a second draft decision of the Prime Minister on the mechanism for encouraging the development of solar power
By Vincent Capuano, Seth Goldberg
On April 17, 2019, the Federal Court in the District of Colorado denied Pure Hemp's motion to dismiss United Cannabis Corporation's (UCANN) patent for failing to claim "patentable subject matter."
By Giles T. Cooper
Can a new Singapore dispute resolution protocol spur efficient infrastructure development in Vietnam? It's a question worthy of examination considering a slew of high-profile disputes,
By Richard Renck
A few years ago we highlighted on this blog an opinion where the Court of Chancery's analysis turned, in part, on its impression of the quality of the corporate minutes at issue.
By Brad A. Molotsky, Arthur Momjian
On April 17, 2019, the Department of Treasury released a second set of proposed regulations for the Opportunity Zone legislation (the first set of regulations was released in October 2018),
By Duane Morris
In early March, cybersecurity professionals around the world filled the San Francisco Moscone Convention Center's sprawling exhibition halls to discuss and learn about everything InfoSec,
By Patricia Hofstra
Recently, I have been asked by clients and boards that I am a member of about term limits for board members. While there are no legal requirements for term limits organizations,
By Justus Getty
◾The patent infringement lawsuit being heard in federal court in Delaware between General Electric and Vestas Wind Systems A/S appears likely to remain on hold through late 2019 or early 2020.
By Oliver Massmann
Is one of the companies participating in the call for tender and meets all solvency, technical and administrative requirements to compete;
By Samantha L. Haggerty
The legal landscape of the Wire Act continues to develop as the DOJ takes a step back from its updated Wire Act stance published earlier this year.
By Eric Sinrod
We keep hearing about how teenagers have gone inward. They spend more and more time staring into their televisions, computers and handheld devices
By Christopher Durham, Christopher Kanne
On March 29, 2019, the U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) published a notice of proposed rulemaking to update existing regulations regarding what employers must include in a nonexempt employee's "regular rate" of pay.
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