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By Arthur DeCelle
On November 7, the FDA published the latest in a series of industry draft guidance documents to help implement menu labeling and nutrient disclosure regulations applicable to chain restaurants...
By Andrew Liazos, Maureen O'Brien, Rick Stepanovic
The proposed replacement of 409A with 409B would have had significant tax implications for those employees with non-qualified deferred compensation plans.
By Ryan Leske, Lisa A. Peterson
On Thursday, November 16, 2017, newly confirmed Assistant Attorney General for Antitrust Makan Delrahim, speaking at the American Bar Association Section of Antitrust Law's Fall Forum, ...
By David Ransom
The inclusion of the CBMTRA is a very significant positive development for all producers of alcoholic beverages, but particularly for small brewers, distillers and wineries.
By Megan Mardy, D. Finn Pressly, Judith Wethall
The IRS has taken actions indicating that employer mandate penalties under the ACA are about to be enforced.
By T. Reed Stephens, Amandeep Sidhu
Attendees at the Health Care Compliance Association's Health Care Enforcement Compliance Institute are reporting that, Michael Granston, Director, Civil Frauds, Commercial Litigation Branch...
By Jodi Benassi
Waymo alleges Levandowski stole 14,000 computer files on Waymo's driverless vehicle technology prior to leaving the company and founding Ottomotto.
By Sarah Bro
DRK Photo is a stock photography agency that markets and licenses images created by others to publishing entities, including McGraw-Hill.
By Roy Crawford
The New California Office of Tax Appeals (OTA) on November 6, 2017, held an interested parties meeting in Sacramento to discuss the contents of a draft of emergency regulations to guide...
By Diane Morgenthaler, Rick Stepanovic, Ruth Wimer, CPA
The employer's trade or business must be in a county declared a major disaster area by the president of the United States.
By Michael Peregrine
When it comes to preventing corporate scandals, regulators typically look to the board as the first line of defense.
By Matthew McCloskey
According to GP, in denying the follow up petitions, the PTAB erred by relying on § 314(a) instead of § 325(d), since only the latter specifically refers to follow-on petitions.
By Sunita Adluri
The claim construction issue arose in the context of a patent that addresses a multiple dependency problem in network devices.
By Peter L. Faber
Many provisions of the House and Senate tax reform proposals would affect state and local tax regimes.
By Amanda Enyeart
On October 23, 2017, the US Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit reversed itself by determining that proximate cause—and not the "but-for" causation test that the court adopted 25 years ago— ...
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