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The Government Shutdown Leaves Vulnerability In Cyber Security
While parts of the Government continue to be shut down over concerns about people crossing the border from Mexico into the United States, the cyber borders are at risk.
United States
25 Jan 2019
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The Business Impact of the Supreme Court's Travel Ban Decision
In one of its most anticipated cases in decades, the U.S. Supreme Court on June 26 upheld President Trump's latest "travel ban," delivering a key win to the Trump administration and one of its strict immigration...
United States
15 Aug 2018
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Supreme Court Upholds Trump's Third Travel Ban
In one of its most anticipated cases in decades, a deeply divided U.S. Supreme Court ruled 5-4 in favor of upholding President Trump's latest "travel ban" today, delivering a key win to the Trump administration...
United States
4 Jul 2018
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Supreme Court Resurrects Travel Ban 3.0 During Appeal
The Supreme Court just permitted the president's latest travel ban – dubbed Travel Ban 3.0 – to be fully implemented while the litigation regarding the policy ...
United States
6 Dec 2017
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President's FY 2018 Budget Plan Requests $15 Million To Support Future Implementation Of Mandatory Nationwide Use Of E-Verify
On March 17, 2017, the Office of Management and Budget (OMB) published the first installment of the Trump Administration's FY 2018 Budget plan: "America First: A Budget Blueprint to Make America Great Again."
United States
3 Apr 2017
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New Regulations Clarify Which Employers Are Exempt From Yearly H-1B Quota
On November 18, 2016, the Department of Homeland Security ("DHS") issued its long-awaited rule seeking to improve certain aspects of the employment-based immigration system.
United States
2 Dec 2016
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Whistleblower Protection Extends To Federal Workers Who Violate Agency Regulations
Today the U.S. Supreme Court held that an agent of the Transportation Security Administration who disclosed information that was prohibited by TSA regulations, was nonetheless protected under the Whistleblower Protection Act.
United States
2 Feb 2015
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Supreme Court: "Public Employers May Ask Comprehensive Background Questions Of Employees"
In a rare unanimous decision, the Supreme Court held on January 19, 2011 that NASA's background inquiries of its contract employees regarding drug treatment or counseling and other negative "general behavior or conduct" of its contract employees were tailored to the government's interests in managing its workforce and therefore did not violate the employees' right to informational privacy.
United States
25 Jan 2011
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