In our recent blog, we discussed the consequences that employees may face for not receiving government-approved COVID-19 vaccinations. We also touched on the legitimate medical or religious reasons that some employees may have for…Continue Reading A Deeper Dive into Exemptions from Mandatory COVID-19 Vaccination Policies
On October 6, Deputy Attorney General Lisa O. Monaco announced the creation of a National Cryptocurrency Enforcement Team (NCET) to handle criminal misuses of cryptocurrency. According to the press release…Continue Reading DOJ Creates Cryptocurrency Enforcement Team
On October 14, the Fifth Circuit issued a one paragraph order to extend a stay on Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) payday lending regulations currently challenged by the Community Financial…Continue Reading Fifth Circuit Extends Stay on CFPB Payday Loans
In the case of Bilinski v. Wills Eye Hospital, No. 2:16-CV-02728-GJP (E.D. Pa. Sept. 1, 2021 Pappert, J.), the court ruled a Plaintiff’s failure to produce expert medical testimony…Continue Reading Informed Consent Claim Dismissed Due to Lack of Expert Testimony
Aybar v. Aybar, 2021 NY Slip Op 5393 – NY: Court of Appeals 2021:
“The Business Corporation Law requires foreign corporations seeking authorization to do business in New York to…Continue Reading CONSENT TO SERVICE NOT CONSENT TO JURISDICTION
On October 5, California Governor Gavin Newsom signed SB 497, legislation that restricts the types of prepaid accounts that can be used to receive certain government assistance payments. According to…Continue Reading California Prohibits Overdraft Fees on Certain Prepaid Accounts
On October 8, 2021, the Federal Trade Commission (“FTC”) settled its charges against mattress company Resident Home LLC and its owner for allegedly making unsubstantiated claims that DreamCloud mattress’ are “proudly…Continue Reading The FTC Settles “Made in USA” Case for $753,000 After New Rule Goes Into Effect
“As I was walking down the street one dayA man came up to me and asked me what the time was that was on my watch, yeahAnd I said .Continue Reading When Is The "Time Of Distribution" To Shareholders?
On October 14, 2021, the U.S. Department of Labor (the “DOL”) issued proposed regulations that represent the first step in meeting President Biden’s directive to revise or rescind the recent…Continue Reading Debevoise Discusses the Labor Department’s Proposal on ESG and ERISA
In a spate of recent decisions, the Delaware Supreme Court has embraced a shift in its approach to stockholder appraisal rights, a development that has attracted considerable comment. The greatest…Continue Reading What Do Stockholders Own? The Rise of the Trading Price Paradigm in Corporate Law
According to SEC’s complaint against Strong Investment Management and its owner, Joseph Bronson, for more than four years, Bronson traded securities in Strong’s omnibus account but delayed allocating the…Continue Reading CCO Liable in Cherry Picking Scheme
The Israeli Ministry of Interior released a new set of regulations for the Short-Term Employment Authorization (SEA) B-1 Work Visa. The new regulations include shortened visa processing times, increased duration…Continue Reading Israel Releases Updates to the Short-Term Employment Authorization (SEA) B-1 Work Visas
Today, I’ll be presenting on the topic of working remotely (i.e. telework) along with my colleagues Rauchell Beckford-Anderson, Bradley Harper and Louis Schatz.
If you missed it, you’ll be able…Continue Reading Remote Work is Here to Stay. What Now?
Since the first Lloyds judgment, trustees and sponsoring employers have, understandably, been focussing on some of the more straightforward elements of GMP equalisation (if there is such a thing). However…Continue Reading GMP Equalisation Under the Microscope – Magnifying Tricky Transfer Issues
Texas Employment Lawyer Marcos De Hoyos
The current pandemic brought several changes to our work lives and brought about an important, but obvious, realization: we do not all need offices.Continue Reading Overemployed: The Law Behind Working Multiple Jobs
In our recent blog, we discussed the consequences that employees may face for not receiving government-approved COVID-19 vaccinations. We also touched on the…Continue Reading A Deeper Dive into Exemptions from Mandatory COVID-19 Vaccination Policies
- PRA increases pressure on firms to improve regulatory reporting processes
- A Sad Story Of Regulators Simultaneously Doing Too Much And Too Little
- CFPB/FTC/North Carolina DOJ file amicus brief with Fourth Circuit in support of reversal of district court decision giving FCRA immunity to consumer reporting agency under the Communications Decency Act