We recently participated in what the New Jersey Law Journal called the “first complex civil jury trial to be conducted in person since the COVID-19 pandemic.” Although the c ...
In its latest move to press for stronger regulation of executive compensation, on November 29, 2021, the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission announced staff accounting guidance on share-based exec ...
Following a widespread data event and subsequent cybersecurity litigation, last month a group of individuals (“Proposed Intervenors”) moved to intervene and oppose preliminary approval of ...
The Florida Department of Legal Affairs has issued an emergency rule and other additional guidance regarding the recently ...
And you know what that means… I’m reading legal briefs. Check out this brief when you have a second. This is the government’s ...
Who decides whether parties to an arbitration agreement have to arbitrate their dispute?  If there’s a delegation clause, ...
OFCCP announced that its Affirmative Action Program Verification Interface (also referred to as the Contractor Portal) is now ...
In what is getting to be habit in the OSHA ETS litigation with courts issuing orders late Friday afternoons, the Sixth Circuit on December 3, 2021 tersely denied a petition to transfer the case back t ...
In response to the global spread of the Omicron variant, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) shortened the ...
Most employees in San Francisco (and throughout California)  receive one hour of paid sick leave for every 30 hours worked. ...
What is the UK advertising regulator’s position on the costs of mystery items, bonus time, and levelling up? Several ...
In Sorrell Holdings LLC v. Infinity Headwear & Apparel, LLC, a patent infringement dispute in the United States District ...