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By Robert Freeman
For those of us of a certain age, the song "Super Bowl Shuffle" and associated music video, which featured members of the championship
By Allan Bloom, Arielle Kobetz
The Colorado legislature has been quite active in recent weeks, passing several new employment laws, many of which reflect nationwide trends.
By Guy Brenner, Kate Gold, Jordan Simon
In an effort to assist employers, the EEOC has posted guidance and sample forms for the new EEO-1 Component 2 Compensation Data reporting requirements on its website.
By Allan Bloom, Laura Fant
Continuing the trend of states passing increasingly progressive employment regulations, Nevada recently enacted three new laws addressing paid leave, workplace drug testing, and minimum wage
By Stephen Pevsner, Robert Gaut, Catherine Sear
Following the decision by the First-tier Tribunal (FTT) in Warshaw V HMRC, reported in our UK tax blog earlier this month
By William C. Silverman
The families and children migrating from Central America have suffered terrible traumatic experiences, and a recent report by Physicians for Human Rights (PHR),
By Anthony Oncidi, Cole Lewis
In a decision unsurprising to anyone familiar with what California juries have been up to lately, fast-food titan Jack in the Box was ordered to pay $15.4 million last week in a lawsuit involving age and disability...
By Lloyd Chinn, Jacob L. Hirsch, Pinchos Goldberg
On June 3, 2019, the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York granted a defendant-employer's motion for summary judgment on SOX and Dodd-Frank whistleblower retaliation claims, finding that the alleged whistleblowing did not involve fraud related to a public company.
By Timothy Donovan, Amanda Nussbaum, Christine N. Sherman, Martin Hamilton, David S. Miller
On June 7, 2019, the U.S. Treasury Department ("Treasury") and the Internal Revenue Service ("IRS") released proposed Treasury regulations under Sections 897, 1445 and 1446.
By Harris Mufson, Arielle Kobetz, Tony S. Martinez
Connecticut Governor Ned Lamont recently signed into law the Time's Up Act (the "Act"), which amends existing state law to impose greater sexual harassment training and notice
By Nathan Brown, Albert Gortz, David Pratt, Lindsay Rehns, Mitchell Gaswirth, Andrew Katzenstein, Nathaniel Birdsall, Stephanie Heilborn, Henry Leibowitz, Vanessa Maczko, Jay Waxenberg
The Supreme Court ruled unanimously on June 21, 2019, that a trust beneficiary's residence in a State, standing alone, is not sufficient for that State to impose income tax on that trust.
By Guy Brenner, Arielle Kobetz
As we previously reported, the Universal Paid Leave Amendment Act of 2016 will provide Washington, DC employees with paid leave for several reasons, including:
By Stuart Coleman, Gary Granik, Bradford Green, Janna Manes, Robert E. Plaze, Nicole M. Runyan, David Stephens, William Tuttle, Robert Spiro
On June 18, 2019, the Securities and Exchange Commission (the "SEC") adopted amendments to Rule 2-01 of Regulation S-X
By Lawrence Weinstein, Alexander Kaplan, Jeffrey Warshafsky, Monique T. Curry
In Romag, the plaintiff, a manufacturer of magnetic snap fasteners, sued Fossil and various retailers for, among other things, infringement of an unregistered trademark in violation of section 1125(a) of the Lanham Act based on their sale of merchandise that featured snaps bearing the Romag mark.
By Samuel J. Waldon, Karen Garnett, Joshua Newville, Robert E. Plaze
On July 3, 2019, SEC Chairman Jay Clayton issued a "Statement Regarding Offers of Settlement" (the "Statement"), announcing important changes to how the SEC will consider future requests for waivers from disqualifications...
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