If the heat near you is anywhere near what it’s like in Seattle right now, it’s likely you’ve visited the movies to escape it. Turns out there’s some lessons for lawyers there too.
Reports in the popular media portrayed King v. Burwell as a case involving premium tax subsidies used to purchase health insurance from public exchanges or marketplaces under the Affordable Care Act (ACA).
Two of the Supreme Court’s major, end-of-term decisions turn on the deference the Court gives to agency determinations of the meaning of ambiguous clauses in complex regulatory statutes, applying the familiar Chevron framework.
A tugboat captain is responsible for the safe operation of the vessel, its crew, and its cargo.
In a recent speech focusing on proxy-related issues, Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) Chair Mary Jo White has indicated that the SEC is working to propose new rules concerning universal proxies.
Whistleblowers create huge potential liability. Under provision of the Dodd-Frank Act, the SEC has awarded $14 million and $30 million to whistleblowers providing information that led to an SEC enforcement action.
Did you enjoy the fireworks last week?
With major data breaches seemingly in the news every day, venture capitalists are increasingly considering data issues as they evaluate potential investments.
Starting July 1, 2015, the minimum wage in the City of Chicago is $10 per hour. The Chicago City Council approved an ordinance that also increases the city’s minimum wage in successive increments through July 1, 2019.
Two significant actions in regulatory affairs in the week past, other than United States Supreme Court decision, are worth note.