July is here! And with it, many places around the country are enacting paid sick leave laws.
On July 1, 2015, the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission proposed a new set of rules that would require executives of publicly-listed companies to pay back incentive-based compensation in the event of a restatement of the company’s financial statements.
In the United States, July is the month when we celebrate Independence, specifically on the Fourth of July.
This Fourth of July weekend, many Americans will be celebrating our nation’s independence with family gatherings and summer cookouts.
Hey, EEOC, there’s this newfangled technique known as “track changes.” Look into it!
On Tuesday, June 30, 2015, Governor Brown signed into law a bill designed to require that California schoolchildren are fully vaccinated, regardless of their parents’ personal or religious beliefs.
Unpaid Intern V. Employee Classification Analysis Must Look at Who is Primary Beneficiary of Relationship, Second Circuit Holds
The Second Circuit struck a blow today to individuals pursuing collective/class actions alleging that unpaid interns should be classified as employees.
The Second Circuit today issued two eagerly anticipated decisions addressing the standard that should be applied to determine whether unpaid interns at a for-profit employer are employees under the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) entitled to compensation for services provided.
As high-profile data breaches continue to make news, it appears Congress could finally pass legislation establishing a national standard for data breach notification.
Uncle Sam Ramping Up Enforcement Actions Against Investment Advisors–Breaching Fiduciary Duty to Citizens of the Republic!
Perhaps in celebration of the upcoming July 4th weekend, the SEC seems to be ramping up enforcement actions against investment advisors.
“Are a Google Earth satellite image and a digital ‘tack’ labeled with GPS coordinates hearsay?” In this case, the Ninth Circuit answered “no.”