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By Michael Ferguson, Christian Jones, Adam Higgins, Tyler Thompson
CHIP Renewal Triggers Partisan Clash Over Offsets
By Mark Kornfeld, Jessie Gabriel, David Choi
Since the passage of the Dodd-Frank Act in 2010, the securities defense bar has voiced concern that the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) receives an unconstitutional and inherently unfair...
By Danyll W. Foix
Back in April, we reviewed several new initiatives within the Federal Trade Commission (FTC)...
By Carol Van Cleef, Walter Van Dorn
Blockchain technology has made the agenda for the October 12, 2017 meeting of the SEC's Investment Advisory Committee, the SEC announced on September 22, 2017.
By Michael Ferguson, Christian Jones, Adam Higgins, Tyler Thompson
With congressional Republicans' efforts to repeal the ACA on hold at least for now, the bipartisan leaders of the Senate HELP Committee are seeking to rekindle their work to shore up the health law's troubled individual marketplace.
By Alan Friel, Linda Goldstein, Holly Melton
The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) recently announced a settlement with four individuals and six separate but interlocking companies.
By Jeffrey Paravano, Paul Schmidt
With the release today of a budget framework reflecting the shared view of the White House and House and Senate leaders – and with GOP majorities in both chambers of Congress...
By Alan Friel, Linda Goldstein, Holly Melton
Every day, untold terabytes of information transfer between the United States and European countries – a vast aggregate of personal and commercial data that benefits users on both sides of the Atlantic.
By Alan Friel, Linda Goldstein, Holly Melton
Commission guidance document tackles nuances of company/endorser relationships
By Alan Friel, Linda Goldstein, Holly Melton
Personal computing titan Lenovo ran afoul of the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) when it was hit with a complaint regarding ad-injecting software developed by Superfish Inc. that Lenovo...
By Allen Sokal
Although § 1400(b) and its substantively identical predecessor statute date back to 1897 and have received numerous interpretations by federal courts of appeals...
By Stephanie Lucas
Advertisers' and brands' use of social media influencers has continued to grow in importance as brands seek to reach new consumers while marketing to a widespread demographic.
By Breaden Douthett
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) has issued a Consent Order addressing alleged disparate treatment by banks in overseas territories of the United States.
By Robert Tucker
Last month, Global Fitness Holdings LLC and its four managers were held in civil contempt for failure to comply with a final order approving a class action settlement.
By Gregory Mersol
With many of the most common sources of overtime claims being exhausted (e.g., assistant manager cases), plaintiffs are bringing off-the-clock cases in increasing numbers.
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