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By Chanley Howell, Jennifer J. Hennessy, Kelly A. Thompson, Thomas E. Chisena
The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) recently proposed two new rules designed to increase patient and provider access to health records
By Kathleen Dreyfus Bardunias
Once the amounts are included as wages for FICA taxes, those amounts (and any related earnings) cannot be subject to FICA taxes again. This means that any future earnings on those previously
By Chethan Srinivasa
Current trends show that technological advances and changing consumer behavior will result in mass market adoption of electric and autonomous vehicles within 10 years.
By Jocelyn E. Lavallo
Most of us who work in the solar market landed here not just because we enjoy projects, but also because we believe that solar is the future.
By Kathleen Dreyfus Bardunias
While February is usually the month for valentines and candy conversation hearts, I hope you will use this month to give a little love and attention to one of the often overlooked "other" taxes applied to payments from nonqualified deferred compensation plans (NQDC Plans)—FICA taxes!
By Sharal Henderson, Christi Lawson
The CICRAA has similar requirements.
By Laura Ganoza, Hannah Lutz
Manufacturers may assume that protection of their brands can only be achieved through trademark protection of names, logos, and slogans.
By Peter Vogel
McKinsey posted a podcast started with a question about whether we should worry about AI ethics and got this response "We are right to worry about the ethical implications of AI.
By Nicholas R. Johnson
As President Trump's nominee to head the Environmental Protection Agency, Andrew Wheeler, cleared a key committee vote this week, a conflict between EPA and the State of California
By Thomas Shriner, Jr.
Buried in a footnote in the February 7 opinion in a criminal appeal is a helpful reminder for all advocates in the Seventh Circuit, including those handling civil appeals.
By Courtenay Brinckerhoff
In Athena Diagnostics, Inc. v. Mayo Collaborative Servs., LLC, the Federal Circuit once again held diagnostic method claims invalid under 35 USC § 101.
By Taylor E. White
The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) has previously stated that temporary workers are at an "increased risk of work-related injury and illness."
By Nathaniel Lacktman
The bill now heads to the office of Governor Ralph Northam for signature.
By Jaime Guerrero, David Simon, John Turlais, Rohan Virginkar
We are pleased to announce the release of the third and final video in our India anti-bribery compliance video series
By Andres S. Medrano
Manufacturers considering operations in Texas may be surprised to discover that, despite the state's desired reputation ...
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