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By Stephen Ruscus, Donna Yesner
The US Court of Federal Claims recently interpreted the Trade Agreements Clause applicable to federal government procurements of more than $180,000 as permitting the purchase of domestic end products...
By Mark Williams, J. Daniel Skees, Stephen Spina, Levi McAllister, Stephanie Feingold, Pamela Tsang
Regional transmission operator PJM Interconnection, L.L.C. recently changed its operating manual to require that generating
By Summer Swallow, Kathleen McDermott
In the home health proposed payment rule released July 2 (Proposed Rule), the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) continues its efforts to alert on six proposed Medicare payment...
By Tess Blair, Vincent M. Catanzaro
US legislatures are following the European Union's lead for defining data protection.
By Erica Flores, W. McGuire, Jeremy Esperon
The new rule would permit ETFs to operate without the need to obtain individual exemptive orders from the US Securities and Exchange Commission.
By Scott Memmott, Jonelle Saunders
Recently introduced legislation would expand the US Physician Payments Sunshine Act to include reporting of financial ties between pharmaceutical and medical device manufacturers and patient advocacy organizations.
By Anne Marie Estevez, Eric Meckley, Melinda Riechert
Similar to San Francisco, Seattle, New York City, and Emeryville, California, the State of Oregon has enacted a predictive scheduling law
By Siobhan Mee, Douglas Schwarz
From reviewing handbooks and policies to training employees on hiring and interviewing, there are several steps that employers in the state should take to ensure compliance with the Massachusetts Equal Pay Act.
By Stephen Spina, Mark Williams, J. Daniel Skees, Arjun Ramadevanahalli
The US Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia denied challenges to Federal Energy Regulatory Commission orders that rejected a Midcontinent Independent System Operator (MISO) ....
By Eric Bord, Nicholas Hobson
The Court's decision affirms President Donald Trump's authority to ban noncitizens from entry into the United States if he finds it necessary for the country's protection.
By Stephanie Feingold, Michael Cleary
The Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry issued a draft report on June 20 on perfluoroalkyl compounds, suggesting that current advisory guidelines for exposure to such contaminants may be too high.
By Mark Krotoski, Gregory Parks, Kristin Hadgis, W. Hirsch, Ezra Church, Terese M. Schireson, Pulina Whitaker
Colorado Governor John Hickenlooper recently signed into law House Bill 1128, which will take effect on September 1, 2018.
By Lincoln O. Bisbee, Russell Bruch, Jocelyn R. Cuttino
The hourly minimum wage for tipped employees in Washington, DC will gradually increase to $15 by 2025 and reach that of other employees by 2026.
By Shira Helstrom
The US Internal Revenue Service recently consolidated its guidance on deductibility and reliance issues for grantors and contributors.
By Adam Beckerink, Matthew S. Mock, Cosimo A. Zavaglia, Justin Cupples
The US Supreme Court overturned over a half century of precedent on Thursday, holding that a state may reasonably impose sales tax collection obligations on retailers with no physical presence in the state based on a certain threshold of in-state sales.
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