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By Rees Alexander
In the past two weeks, U.S. District Courts in South Carolina and Washington issued decisions that dealt additional blows to the Trump Administration's efforts to unravel the 2015 Obama-era "waters of the United States" rule.
By Caroline Almond
The National Planning Policy Framework (NPPF) was first published in March 2012. The original NPPF (NPPF1) consolidated various other Planning Policy documents into one overarching framework.
By Jens Rinze
The ECJ rendered today, 10 December 2018
By Emma Yaltaghian
The Data Protection (Charges and Information) Regulations 2018 came into force in May 2018. Generally, these Regulations mean that Controllers must pay the ICO an annual data protection fee...
By Maura McIntyre
A precedential decision issued on November 28, 2018 by the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit highlights the limits of bankruptcy judges' authority to transfer non-core proceedings to other courts.
By Larry Schiffer
Obtaining insurance coverage for a government investigation is often complicated by the type of investigation and the available coverage.
By William J. Kishman
Earlier this week, the National Labor Relations Board's top prosecutor clarified how he views several key issues that arise when unions request information from employers.
By Garon Anthony
Where a lender has the absolute discretion to do something under a loan, their position will be protected according to the recent High Court decision in UBS AG v Rose Capital Ventures Limited,
By Asel Ibraimova
Direct marketing has been a focus of the UK data protection regulator, the Information Commissioner's Office (ICO), for the last several years.
By Thomas Zeno, Gabriel Colwell
Deputy Attorney General Rod J. Rosenstein announced a revision of the "Yates Memo"
By Larry Schiffer
It's pretty clear in most jurisdictions that the question of whether disputes under multiple reinsurance contracts should be consolidated is a question for the arbitrators and not the court.
By Mark Salzberg
The recent decision by the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals in In re Provider Meds, L.L.C. is a stark reminder to chapter 7 trustees that they have an affirmative obligation ...
By James Pike
It is a common feature in many sectors for potential new recruits to undertake a work trial prior to being offered a permanent role.
By Carlton Daniel, Chris Stevens-Smith
The Broadcast Committee of Advertising Practice ("BCAP") has recently issued revised guidance on the use of superimposed text ("supers") in TV advertising.
By Gregory A. Wald
In a proposed rule published in today's Federal Register, the USCIS is resurrecting and modifying a previous proposal from 2011 to implement an electronic pre-registration system for H-1B cap petitions.
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