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By Sarah F. Hutchins, Catherine R. L. Lawson
California is implementing a law that has major implications for companies that deal in personal data as well as large to medium sized companies that have an internet presence in California.
By Micheal Binns
The U.S. Supreme Court ruled late last week in a case with important implications for international exports and patent law.
By Matthew Mall
This decision deepens the circuit split on the enforceability of class action waivers in employment disputes, an issue the Supreme Court will take up during its October 2017 term.
By R. Douglas Harmon
You may have heard by now that the U.K. plans to leave the European Union at some point in the next few years.
By Kiah Ford
Getting charged extra for a late payment is standard protocol in lending practices.
By R. Douglas Harmon
As the 2017 proxy season draws to a close for most companies, it is obvious that shareholder activism remains alive and well, though the actual number of public activist campaigns appears to have...
By Hector Ibarra
Auto companies, computer manufacturers and oil producers are closely watching how the trade relationship evolves between the U.S. and Mexico under President Donald Trump.
By Matt Wolfe
The letter lists a host of state-led reforms to better align Medicaid with private insurance policies, including health savings account-like features.
By R. Douglas Harmon
Since then, sustainability reporting has continued to increase in quantity and quality, and SASB has maintained its position as a well-known, respected standard-setter.
By R. Douglas Harmon
Shareholders may choose to vote on executive compensation every year, every two years or every three years, or they may choose to abstain.
By R. Douglas Harmon
It's long been axiomatic that an effective compliance program cannot exist without a strong ethics and compliance culture, which in turn requires the proper "tone from the top."
By Brian Darer
The United States Supreme Court issued a ruling Monday resolving the question of whether filing a proof of claim for a debt that is time-barred by the statute of limitations is a violation of the FDCPA.
By William Esser
Readers of my case alerts may remember a July 2015 alert about the troubling North Carolina Court of Appeals decision in United Community Bank v. Wolfe...
By R. Douglas Harmon
A few weeks ago, the SEC finalized rules to shorten the standard settlement period for securities transactions from three business days (T+3) to two business days (T+2).
By R. Douglas Harmon
A new era at the SEC officially began last week when Jay Clayton was sworn in as the 32nd Chairman of the SEC.