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By Andrew Etter
Earlier this month, the US Supreme Court scheduled oral argument for November 6th in its review of the Ninth Circuit's decision in County of Maui v. Hawai‘i Wildlife Fund, et al.
By William J. Kishman
First, the NLRB proposed changing its policy when employees have sought an election and a party has filed an unfair labor practice charge.
By Clare McNicholas
If a worker raises concerns about something which might represent serious wrongdoing in the workplace
By Sarah K. Rathke
On July 3, the Third Circuit Court of Appeals reversed a lower district court decision and held that Amazon can be liable as a "seller"
By Marisa T. Darden
In a growing trend, the Department of Justice (DOJ) indicted two corporate executives and two licensed pharmacists for drug distribution.
By Larry Schiffer
Human trafficking is a serious problem. The current news cycle is filled with stories about human trafficking in the context of immigration and with recent criminal proceedings accusing the rich
By E. Nicki Hewell
On July 11, 2019, US EPA announced its new policy on Enhancing Effective Partnerships Between the EPA and the States in Civil Enforcement and Compliance Assurance Work
By Carlton Daniel
As we reported earlier this year, following a six-month adjustment period, a new rule dealing with the depiction of harmful gender stereotypes, has been introduced.
By Brent Owen
In our prior coverage of Kisor v. Wilkie, we predicted that the Court would impose "greater scrutiny" on "administrative agencies' . . . interpretation of their regulations."
By Paul Jinks
Anyone who negotiates contracts for a living has their own personal war stories of dealing with other parties whose significant negotiating leverage meant they ended up accepting terms which in an ideal world they wouldn't.
By Robert J. Biddlecombe
A recent prosecution by the Environment Agency, where a company was ordered to pay £327,000, has highlighted potentially difficult issues for businesses in complying with the statutory waste duty
By Carlton Daniel, Jack Blakey
In a landmark decision, the Advertising Standards Authority in the UK recently ruled that, for the purposes of the CAP Code at least, a social media user may be considered a celebrity where they have 30,000 followers or more.
By Richard Gibbon, Alex Villers
The Italian Government recently approved a bill known as the Spazzacorrotti, or "Bribe Destroyer." The anti-establishment Movimento 5 Stelle, or Five Star Movement
By Larry Schiffer
Construction projects are often subject to myriad claims. Subcontractors can cause damage to third-parties and their property, the project can be delayed by municipal
By Larry Schiffer
Liability insurance policies are meant to cover claims brought against insureds by third-parties alleging a fortuitous event that causes damages
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