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By Lindsay Holmes
FDA Publishes Updates to Manufacturer Food Regulatory Program – The FDA made available "revised food safety standards for state regulatory programs that oversee food facilities that manufacture
By Matthew Caligur, Barbara Linney, Kevin J. Miller, Lana Muranovic, Kerry T. Scarlott, Casey E. Weaver, Jake R. Frischknecht, Ragan W. Updegraff, Jing Zhu
On October 14, 2019, the U.S. Department of the Treasury's Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) added Turkey's Ministries of National Defence and Energy and Natural Resources
By Adam Higgins
Below is the Federal Policy team's weekly preview, posted when Congress is in session.
By Adam Higgins
Returning from a two-week recess, House Democrats are entering a key phase in their drive to overhaul prescription drug costs, including requiring the government to negotiate prices with manufacturers
By Joseph S. Persoff
This week, a California Court of Appeal concluded in a class action case that the California Supreme Court's Dynamex decision applies retroactively.
By Kevin P. Flynn
Article III of the Constitution grants the federal judiciary the power to decide "cases and controversies.
By Kyle R. Fath
On Friday, October 11, 2019, California's governor signed into law each of the six CCPA amendment bills passed by the legislature,
By Robert A. Musiala Jr.
According to reports late last week, another ransomware attack has hit the U.S.
By Veronica Reynolds
A class action lawsuit filed on Oct. 6, 2019, against Bitfinex and its sister company, Tether, made waves in cryptocurrency headlines this week.
By Simone O. Otenaike
A U.S. blockchain payments firm and a UK financial technology company made news this week with the announcement of their strategic partnership.
By Joanna Wasick
On Wednesday, the United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF) announced its launch of a newly established cryptocurrency fund.
By John Lewis, Joseph S. Persoff
On Oct. 10, California Governor Gavin Newsom signed into law an attempt by California's Legislature to limit arbitration of claims under California's Fair Employment and Housing Act
By Amy J. Traub, Tracy Cole, Fanny Ferdman, Amanda Van Hoose Garofalo, Marc-Joseph Gansah, Paul Rosenberg, Saima Sheikh, Courtney B. Warren, Michael Parente
One of the most important wage and hour regulatory initiatives of the U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) has been updating the Fair Labor Standards Act's (FLSA) "white collar" overtime exemptions
By Amy J. Traub, Tracy Cole, Fanny Ferdman, Marc-Joseph Gansah, Amanda Van Hoose Garofalo, Saima Sheikh, Courtney B. Warren, Michael Parente, Paul Rosenberg
By Sept. 30, employers with 100 or more employees are required to submit certain pay data for 2017 and 2018 (called the Component 2 EEO-1 survey)
By Amy J. Traub, Tracy Cole, Fanny Ferdman, Marc-Joseph Gansah, Amanda Van Hoose Garofalo, Paul Rosenberg, Saima Sheikh, Courtney B. Warren, Michael Parente
As you all hopefully know by now, New York employers have until Oct. 9 to complete their annual sexual harassment training, the contents of which must be compliant with the new(ish) state law.
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