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By Daniel B. Pasternak
Most business owners would shudder at the thought of rats being on their premises, but one rat is particularly unwelcome to employers – "Scabby the Rat."
By Rebecca Worthington, Thomas Zeno
The Supreme Court today held the Eighth Amendment's Excessive Fines Clause applies to the states. A wide variety of groups from the American Civil Liberties Union to the Chamber of Commerce of the United States supported the result.
By Michael J. Fluhr
In an interesting twist, a federal court has revisited its earlier decision in SEC v. Blockvest, where it denied the SEC's motion for a preliminary injunction against issuers of the BLV token,
By Stephanie Faber
In today's globalised world, there are many cross-border transfers of personal data, which are sometimes stored on servers in different countries.
By Edward J. Dawes
The Investment Association has published guidelines concerning the redemption or cancellation of irredeemable preference shares.
By Carlton Daniel, Imogen West
In 2016 the EU proposed the "Directive on copyright in the Digital Single Market" (the Directive).
By Melissa Legault, Laura Lawless Robertson
Under the Fair Labor Standards Act ("FLSA"), employers are required to pay non-exempt employees a minimum hourly wage of $7.25.
By Christopher W. Adams
In its recent ruling in IBG LLC v. Trading Techs. Int'l the Federal Circuit vacated determinations by the Patent Trial and Appeal Board (PTAB) on patents relating to a graphical user interface ("GUI")
By David Whincup
So you have identified your individual contractor and you want to agree terms of engagement with his personal services company which give you the best possible chance of avoiding direct liability
By Owen Afriye
Representing one's country on the international stage has long been reported as the pinnacle of a footballer's ambition.
By John Hutchinson
The March 1 deadline for submitting comments on the proposed reissuance regulations to the IRS is coming up fast.
By Rosa Barcelo, Emma Yaltaghian
A hospital became one of the first organisations to face GDPR enforcement in Portugal in July 2018.
By David Whincup
So did Valentine's Day bring you everything you expected from it? Cards? Roses? Notice of Early Conciliation?
By Jennifer Jones
For those already making European holiday plans for summer 2019, or for those hesitantly waiting to see the results of ‘B' day on 29 March there are still questions about what might happen to travel plans after this date.
By Chris Harper
Does your DC scheme have less than £10m in assets or fewer than 1,000 members? If so, you may have to consolidate into another arrangement – or explain why you should not.
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