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By Bradley Graveline, Edwin Komen
On March 4, 2019, the United States Supreme Court held unanimously that "a copyright claimant may commence an infringement suit … when the Copyright Office registers a copyright."
By John S. Bolesta, Ryan J. Munitz
On March 1, 2019, the National Labor Relations Board ("Board"), in a 3-1 decision, ruled that Beck objectors cannot be required to financially support the lobbying efforts of unions because lobbying
By Brian Daucher
Hospices were no exception.
By John Stigi, Jennifer Redmond, Kristi L. Thomas
In Wadler v. Bio-Rad Laboratories, Inc., No. 17-16193, 2019 WL 924827 (9th Cir. Feb. 26, 2019), the United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit held that statutes ...
By Andrea Cataneo
While the legal landscape continues to evolve in the cannabis industry, making entry into the space a potentially risky proposition, the passage of the Agriculture Improvement Act of 2018 ...
By Lindsay Colvin Stone
On February 18, 2019, the New York City Commission on Human Rights (the "NYCCHR") released new legal enforcement guidance (the "Guidance") regarding discrimination on the basis of natural hair and hairstyles.
By Daniel Masakayan
Check back for more updates as we track developments in the industry.
By Sarah Aberg
Three prominent trading exchanges did not exactly show their government overseer the love this Valentine's week.
By Townsend Bourne, Bochan Kim
Each year, the Government purchases more and more cloud computing from contractors. But while many small businesses can provide cloud computing,
By David Gallacher, Bryce Chadwick
Few phrases sum up the Trump administration's policy goals better than "Buy American." We hear it in advertising; we hear it in the State of the Union; and we find it littered
By Liisa Thomas, Michael P.A. Cohen
For multinationals, keeping up with changes in privacy laws and compliance requirements can be very difficult, as they vary widely across borders and within nations.
By Jack Rubens, Lauren K. Chang
In Sierra Club v. County of Fresno, the California Supreme Court unanimously reaffirmed that the substantial evidence standard of review does not always apply when a lead agency prepares an EIR for a development project.
By Lisa Mays, J. Scott Maberry
Many U.S. companies continue to struggle under the burden of President Trump's tariffs on imports from China.
By Liisa Thomas
In a recent letter, the New York Department of Financial Services provided guidance for insurers who use third party data to help with their underwriting decisions.
By Matthew M. Shatzkes
Community Health System, one of the largest health systems in the United States, has agreed to pay $4,500,000 to settle claims made against it arising from a 2014 data breach.
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