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By Laura Ganoza, Kadmiel E. Perez
There is a serious skills gap crisis in the U.S. manufacturing industry, an industry which makes up nine percent of the U.S. workforce, making it one of the largest workforces in the country.
By Lauren Loew
Additive manufacturing (aka 3D printing) has long been a growing part of the auto industry. Companies started out using 3D printing for prototypes and small batch production.
By Michael K. Crossen, Dennis Cardoza, Jennifer Walsh, Scott Klug, Theodore Bornstein
Congress is back in session after the August recess and, as expected, a flurry of activity took place. Here are some key health care policy headlines from the past week that you may have missed.
By Jeffery Atkin, Jason Barglow, Justus Britt
Governor Jerry Brown signed SB 100 into law on Monday, setting in place a 100% renewable electricity target for California by 2045.
By Richard Dancy, Jessica Lochmann, Benjamin Rikkers
On August 17, 2018, the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) announced that it had adopted a wide-ranging set of amendments (the "amendments") ...
By Scott Penner
Practitioners should be aware that challenging the PTAB's decision to deny institution of an IPR got even harder after a recent Federal Circuit decision.
By Craig Fochler
Earlier this year, in "Is the "Food Court Closing," we reported indications of a change in the leanings of federal courts in California when viewing class action false advertising allegations regarding food ...
By Peter Vogel
I've been blogging about Net Neutrality since my first blog on August 1, 2008 and now the latest saga was reported by the Washington Post that California.
By Joshua Agen, Kathleen Dreyfus Bardunias
On August 21, 2018, the IRS issued initial guidance (Notice 2018-68) to assist companies in determining how the changes made to Internal Revenue Code Section 162(m) ...
By Kelsey A. O'Gorman, Leigh Riley
On August 21, 2018, the IRS issued initial guidance (Notice 2018-68) to assist companies in determining how the changes made to Internal Revenue Code 162(m) by the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017 affect the deductibility of their compensation arrangements.
By Nicholas Ellis
On August 9, 2018, Original Equipment Suppliers Association held its 2018 Automotive Commodities Event covering a variety of topics related to commodities purchasing, including strategies for price risk management, ...
By Kelsey A. O'Gorman
You probably already know that employers are required to honor qualified domestic relations orders regarding the division of qualified retirement plan benefits (such as 401(k) balances) when an employee gets divorced.
By Krista Cabrera
The #MeToo movement has spawned several bills, many of which are aimed at prohibiting private arbitration of sexual harassment claims or outlawing confidentiality...
By David A. Rood
When the Toyota Prius was first introduced to the United States back in 2000 (and to Japan earlier in 1997), it set the stage for a distant future tsunami of hybrid models.
By Kenneth C. Broodo
Many companies at one time or another get overtime compliance wrong, at least to some degree. It's an expensive topic.
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