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By Jonathan Forman
Following other regulators, the National Futures Association (NFA) recently amended its cybersecurity guidance to, among other things ...
By John Lewis
The U.S. Supreme Court's decision in New Prime v. Oliveira, No. 17-340 (Jan. 15, 2019), has added uncertainty to arbitration agreements in the transportation industry by holding that the Federal Arbitration Act (FAA) § 1 exception covers both employees and independent contractors of a trucking company.
By Alan Friel, Linda Goldstein, Amy R. Mudge, Randal M. Shaheen
If you happened to see advertisements for Versace, Ralph Lauren or Calvin Klein in GQ and Elle back in the 1990s,
By Alan Friel, Linda Goldstein, Amy R. Mudge, Randal M. Shaheen
Ever switch phone numbers? It's a hassle, right? Not only do you have to tell everyone and their assistant what your new number is, but the calls keep rolling in for your new number's previous owner.
By Jonathan Forman
As chief compliance officers prepare for their annual compliance reviews, they should familiarize themselves with the examination priorities letter the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC)
By Alan Friel, Linda Goldstein, Amy R. Mudge, Randal M. Shaheen
Ninth Circuit flips summary judgment decision that "asked too much"
By Alan Friel, Linda Goldstein, Amy R. Mudge, Randal M. Shaheen
If you have a favorite local coffee shop, chances are you've witnessed the increasing popularity of plant-based milks first-hand.
By Alan Friel, Linda Goldstein, Amy R. Mudge, Randal M. Shaheen
Indiana bill an early attempt to address brave new food
By Laura E. Jehl, Brian P Bartish
While the inauguration of a polarizing new president dominated the news of Brazil around the beginning of the new year, outgoing President Michel Temer, before leaving office, issued an executive order.
By John Lewis
As we noted in our Dec. 19, 2018, blog article, there were three arbitration cases involving the Federal Arbitration Act (FAA), all argued in October 2018, pending on the Court's docket.
By Laura E. Jehl, Sara Goldstein
On Jan. 1, 2019, a new Vermont law intended to protect consumers by imposing new requirements on "data brokers," companies that aggregate and sell consumer information, and credit reporting agencies took effect.
By Lindsay Holmes, Lee Rosebush, Lance Shea
During Shutdown, Commissioner Gottlieb Tries to Reassure Consumers – As the partial shutdown continues, Commissioner Scott Gottlieb tries to reassure the industry and consumers that the FDA
By Amy J. Traub, Amanda L. Van Hoose Garofalo, Fanny Ferdman, Saima Sheikh, Shawn Butte, Paul Rosenberg, Tracy Cole, Charles M. Guzak
Despite indications earlier this year that changes to the NLRB election rules would be coming quickly, and despite pressure from business groups to make such changes,
By Amy J. Traub, Amanda L. Van Hoose Garofalo, Fanny Ferdman, Saima Sheikh, Shawn Butte, Paul Rosenberg, Tracy Cole, Charles M. Guzak
Effective Dec. 31, 2018, important changes are coming to New York's wage and hour laws covering private employers in the hotel and restaurant industries.
By Amy J. Traub, Amanda L. Van Hoose Garofalo, Fanny Ferdman, Saima Sheikh, Shawn Butte, Paul Rosenberg, Tracy Cole, Charles M. Guzak
Winter is upon us in the tri-state area, we've already been hit with quite a snowstorm and we're undoubtedly due for more as we head further into our coldest season.
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