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By Gregory Mersol
One of the difficulties of class action litigation that continues to vex employers is the frequent inability to obtain meaningful review of certification decisions.
By May Tal Gongolevsky
The legal practice and technology go hand in hand, and a solid understanding of technology is crucial to satisfy the ethical duties owed by attorneys to their clients.
By Carol Van Cleef, Peggy Peterson
Virtual currencies are attracting unprecedented worldwide attention from not only businesses and investors but also U.S. policymakers.
By Carrie Longstaff
On May 16, 2017, internet search engine and content provider Google Inc. was handed a win by the United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit in Elliot v. Google Inc. The court ruled that...
By Casie Collignon, Sammantha Tillotson
On March 31, 2017, the D.C. Circuit struck down FCC regulations requiring that solicited fax advertisements include opt-out notifications...
By Lauren P. Berglin, John Carney
The Supreme Court held unanimously last week in Kokesh v. Securities and Exchange Commission, No. 16—529 (2017), that the SEC's often used disgorgement remedy was a penalty subject to,,,
By Trischa Snyder Chapman
The district court below certified a class as to the plaintiff's contract and Louisiana insurance law claims, as well as the fraud claims.
By Gregory Mersol
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By Dennis Russo, Barbara Hayes
The expired tax incentive program known as "421-a" has been re-established under new legislation with the recent passage of New York state's 2018 budget plan.
By Lindsay Holmes, Shannon V. McCue
Recent reports indicate that Food and Drug Administration (FDA) plans to build a digital health unit within and assign a number of digital scientists to the Center for Devices and Radiological Health.
By Melinda McLellan, Robyn Feldstein
Effective July 23, 2017, Washington will join Illinois and Texas as the third U.S. state to impose statutory restrictions on how businesses collect...
By George Stamboulidis, Elias Trahanas
The People's Republic of China continues to modify its anti-corruption enforcement regime through its new pilot program and the adoption of recent amendments to its anti-corruption laws.
By Todd Lebowitz
Did the new Labor Secretary finally throw employers a bone? We think so, but it's too early to tell whether it's delicious bacon-flavored or some generic processed meat flavor.
By Charlie Lyu
"Phantom marks" are trademarks that contain a variable element, such as the mark T.MARKEY TRADEMARK EXHIBITION 2***, in which the asterisks represent elements that change to indicate different years.
By Xakema L. Henderson
The court's decision sides with the Seventh and Ninth Circuits, which have reached similar holdings, to create a slight majority in the circuit split on the enforceability of such provisions.
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