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By Jay Jurata
Nearly two years after the Federal Trade Commission ("FTC") brought its unfair competition case against Qualcomm, the case has proceeded to trial.
By Mandy Perry, Nicola Whiteley, Charlotte Oliver
On 17 December 2018, the UK government released the "Good Work Plan," which sets out its vision for the future of the UK labour market.
By Emmanuel Benard, Hélène Daher, Adélaïde Jomier, Léo Theillac
Since mid-November 2018, France has been shaken by the "yellow vests" mass demonstrations. Originated on social media and grounded in its opposition to the TICPE (fuel tax) increase,
By Mandy Perry, Charlotte Oliver
On 4 April 2019, employers with 250 or more employees will, once again, have to publish and report specific figures about their gender pay gap.
By Jay Jurata
Orrick partner Jay Jurata, head of our global Antitrust & Competition practice, weighs in on the important issues raised in the closely-watched trial now under way in FTC v. Qualcomm
By Andrew R. Livingston, Hannah M. Ghaffari, Carolina Garcia
2018 saw some major developments in employment law, particularly in California. The California Supreme Court embraced the ABC test ...
By Gary Siniscalco, Chanani Sandler, Tierra D. Piens
On January 1, 2019 at the stroke of midnight, Hawaii joined a growing list of states and municipalities to ban prospective employers from asking applicants about their prior salary history.
By André Zimmermann LL.M.
On January 1, 2019, new employee entitlements to a temporary reduction in working time will come into force in Germany. We answer the 10 most important questions employers have.
By Julia Riechert, Alexandra Pavlidakis, Alexandra Guerra
You may be asking yourself: How is it already almost 2019?! With the New Year fast approaching, for those employment law enthusiasts out there, here are some legal issues that you want to keep in mind as you look back on 2018 and forward to 2019.
By Alex Okuliar, Jonathan Direnfeld
The FTC has long asserted it has the authority to bring actions in federal court to obtain injunctive relief and equitable monetary remedies (e.g. disgorgement, consumer redress) for unfair and deceptive practices.
By Jill Rosenberg, Lisa Lupion, Lara Graham
Joining New York City, Westchester, and Albany, the Suffolk County Legislature, on November 20, 2018, adopted its own variation of a salary history ban.
By Julie Totten, Jennifer M. Holly, Alexandra Heifetz
On December 10, the California Supreme Court issued an impactful decision for the healthcare industry.
By Darren Teshima, Jennifer C. Lee
Deutsche Bank settled with BlackRock and other RMBS investors in New York federal (BlackRock Balanced Capital Portfolio (Fi) v. Deutsche Bank National Trust Company, S.D.N.Y., No. 1:14-cv-09367) ...
By Amy Van Zant, Amanda Maya
Amid a growing body of unsettled law regarding the patentability of software and business methods patents, companies are increasingly choosing to maintain ...
By Erin M. Connell, Necia Hobbes
Echoing an increasingly familiar refrain, another district court has declined to certify a class of women bringing pay equity claims ...
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