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By Brie Kluytenaar
Welcome to July! As we head deeper into the summer, the employment law world continues to heat up (and we're not just talking about the record temperatures across the country!).
By Gilbert Samberg
The U.S. Supreme Court has ruled that "class arbitration" may be permitted if an arbitration agreement authorizes it, Stolt-Nielsen v. AnimalFeeds Int'l Corp., 559 U.S. 662, 684 (2010) ...
By Joanne Hawana
In a highly anticipated step, which had been teased by agency leadership in their public appearances over the past several months, FDA released a series of draft guidance documents pertaining to the development...
By Julie Cox, Maxwell Fathy, Anneliese Thomas
On June 20, Massachusetts lawmakers approved legislation aimed at preventing several high profile ballot questions from appearing before voters in November.
By Rodney Whitlock, Eli Greenspan, Katie Weider
This week, Congress returns from recess to another four-week work period. The dynamics of the next four weeks might be in flux now that President Trump has nominated Brett Kavanaugh ...
By Christina Sperry, Elissa M. Kingsland
This article is first in a two-part series focusing on various issues related to priority claims in U.S. patent applications.
By Paul M. Huston
In our sister blog, Privacy and Security Matters, Cynthia Larose and Brian Lam discuss a new California privacy law passed on June 28, 2018 ...
By Ellyn Sternfield
State Medicaid Agencies have historically engaged in an epic balancing act. Federal law requires State Medicaid Agencies to ensure beneficiaries have access to medically necessary services.
By Natalie Young
The U.S. Department of Labor recently issued a final regulation green-lighting the expanded adoption of "association health plans" (or "AHPs") by self-employed individuals and small businesses.
By Susan Foster
The European Parliament has no power to suspend Privacy Shield on September 1, 2018, or any other date.
By Eoin Beirne
The Supreme Court ruled, at the end of June, that seizing cell-site location information—data that tracks cell phone users' movements—constitutes a search under the Fourth Amendment.
By Jordan Cohen
In its most recent Cybersecurity Newsletter, OCR focuses on the intersection of HIPAA and information security.
By Thomas Burton III, Sahir Surmeli
Energy & Sustainability Connections brings the latest developments in energy investing, legal insights, company activity, and industry events straight to your inbox.
By Gauri Punjabi
On June 28, 2018, Massachusetts Governor Charlie Baker signed a law affecting all employers in the Commonwealth by creating a paid family and medical leave program funded by a state payroll tax...
By Cynthia Larose, Brian Lam
June 28, 2018 will be a watershed day in the history of U.S. data privacy legislation.
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