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By Jane Luxton
In a surprise move a day before a scheduled "town hall" on debt collection, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) released its long-awaited proposed debt collection rule.
By David E. Artman, David B. Sherman
Washington State will soon pass a law that will overhaul its data breach notification requirements, beginning in March 2020.
By Vi Applen
The California Fair Employment and Housing Council (FEHC) just released an updated Family Care and Medical Leave and Pregnancy Disability Leave notice. Beginning April 1, 2019,
By Jane Luxton, Amanda L. Tharpe, William Walsh
(May 6, 2019) - A once obscure group of chemicals known as perfluorinated chemical substances (PFAS) have gripped national headlines in recent months, due to increasing concerns over potential health risks.
By Elisaveta Dolghih, Diane L. Waters
Following the White House's "call to action" in 2016, many states sprang into action and attempted to reign in the use of non-compete agreements in their states to even the playing field between employers and employees.
By William Sung, Claire Chang
California (Mary 3, 2019) – California Labor Code section 226(a) mandates nine categories of information to be displayed on wage statements issued to employees,
By Frank Gillman, Kevin W. Yoegel
Each year, companies wisely invest in advanced perimeter security devices and software to secure their electronic data and thwart cyber attacks.
By Peter Shapiro
Effective immediately, all employers must provide their employees in New York State who are registered voters with up to three hours' time off at the beginning or end of the work day to vote in any election.
By Brian G. Arnold, Samantha Picans, Ian R. Walsworth
In May 2017, the Supreme Court issued TC Heartland v. Kraft Foods Group Brands, a decision that many expected would significantly limit forum shopping in patent cases
By Lewis Brisbois Bisgaard & Smith LLP
Our New York office has had another successful run of trial wins, appellate victories, and outstanding settlements.
By Frank Gillman, Alyssa Watzman
One of the best qualities an information technology (IT) professional can possess is the tenacity to fully troubleshoot and resolve system issues as they occur.
By Ryan Gill
The Colorado Supreme Court's November 5, 2018 decision in Schultz v. GEICO Cas. Co., 429 P.3d 844 (Colo. 2018) may have far-reaching impacts for UM/UIM claims handling and bad faith litigation.
By Jill Collins
In Dove v. State Farm Fire & Cas. Co., 2017-NMCA-051, the New Mexico Court of Appeals ("NMCA") reversed the trial court's entry of summary judgment in favor of State Farm Fire & Casualty Company.
By Priscilla O'Briant
In Century Surety Company v. Dana Andrew (Dec. 13, 2018), the Nevada Supreme Court ("NSC") considered the appropriate measure of damages for an insurer's breach of the duty to defend, where the insurer did not act in bad faith.
By Andrew Bell
A trend in Arizona bad faith litigation is for plaintiffs to file suit against not only the insurance company allegedly acting in bad faith, but also against third party administrators ("TPAs") and/or claims adjusters.
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