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By Eric Bord, Eleanor Pelta, A. James Vázquez-Azpiri
Final Action dates for China and India EB-1 categories remain unchanged, while EB-2 China and EB-3 India cutoff dates will advance.
By Dion Bregman, Bradford Cangro
Settling an inter partes review after a final written decision by the Patent Trial and Appeal Board may not result in the PTAB vacating the decision.
By Matthew Elkin, Celia Roady, Alexander Reid
Private foundations may now own philanthropic businesses whose profits are dedicated to charity without the prohibitive excess business holdings tax.
By Kenneth Nunnenkamp, Giovanna Cinelli, Katelyn Hilferty
The Office of Foreign Assets Control recently designated 7 "oligarchs," 17 government officials, 13 companies, and one bank, all Russian, as Specially Designated Nationals (SDNs)...
By Michelle Seldin Silverman, Rudolph J. Burshnic II
The New Jersey Legislature passed a bill requiring employers in the state to provide paid sick time at a rate of one hour for every 30 hours worked, up to 40 hours per year.
By Michael J. Abernathy, Julie Goldemberg
In a much-anticipated decision in Vanda Pharmaceuticals Inc. v. West-Ward Pharmaceuticals International Ltd., the US Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit on April 13 affirmed the district...
By Michael J. Abernathy, Julie Goldemberg
In a much-anticipated decision in Vanda Pharmaceuticals Inc. v. West-Ward Pharmaceuticals International Ltd., the US Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit on April 13...
By W. John Lee, Ali M. Kliment
The recent ruling by a federal appeals court holds that prior pay does not justify pay differential between male and female employees under the Equal Pay Act.
By Brian L. Zimbler, Carl Valenstein, Margaret Gatti, Giovanna Cinelli, Kenneth Nunnenkamp
The new sanctions fall within the framework of existing US sanctions against Russia, but have expanded their application by classifying new, prominent individuals and companies as "Specially Designated Nationals."
By Mark Krotoski, Richard G.S. Lee
The manner in which the enforcement action was resolved provides further insight as to how antitrust laws will be applied to human-resource decisions in the future.
By Stephen Mahinka
The renewable energy industry, now designated as a technology and innovation-related area of special concern to the protection of the US industrial and scientific base, is one of seven sectors...
By Gregory Parks, Ezra Church, Kristin Hadgis, Kenneth Kliebard, Ronald Del Sesto Jr, Andrew D. Lipman, Robert Brochin, Brian Ercole, Joseph Duffy, Molly Lane
In a much-anticipated decision, the US Court of Appeals for the DC Circuit has ruled on the Federal Communication Commission's 2015 ...
By Gregory Parks, Ezra Church, Kristin Hadgis, Kenneth Kliebard, Ronald Del Sesto Jr, Robert Brochin, Brian Ercole, Sean Duffy, Molly Lane
In a much-anticipated decision, the US Court of Appeals for the DC Circuit has ruled on the Federal Communication Commission's 2015 Declaratory Order on the Telephone Consumer Protection Act, focusing on autodialing equipment, reassigned phone numbers, and revocation of consent.
By Omar Shah, Dora Wang, Mark Krotoski, Owen Hammond
Authorities in various jurisdictions are stepping up enforcement against no-poaching agreements between employers.
By Phoebe Mounts, Michele Buenafe, Ryan Fournier
The electronic medical device reporting system adverse event code update was originally planned for deployment in April, but was delayed until July 5, 2018, to give industry more time to comply.
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