This week the U.S. House of Representatives aims to work through the first two appropriations bills of the Fiscal Year (FY) 2016 process before adjourning for a one-week recess, while the U.S. Senate will consider legislation related to the Administration’s international agreement on Iran’s nuclear program.
Spring may have sprung in the mid-Atlantic, but those contracting and doing business with the State of Maryland don’t feel like they’re receiving anything close to a flowery reception from the Maryland General Assembly this April.
Monday Morning Regulatory Review: Open Internet Challenges; Fiduciary Duty Comments Request; & H-2B Temporary Worker Regulations Authority
Three short updates to last week’s Monday Morning Regulatory Review: New challenges to the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) open internet rule will likely cause another judicial lottery, and one of the petitions for review has a twist.
In California eminent domain actions, absent special circumstances (such as an abandonment, successful right to take challenge, or inverse condemnation finding), a property or business owner is typically only entitled to recover litigation expenses (attorneys’ fees and expert costs) in one circumstance: where the public agency’s final offer of compensation is unreasonable and the property owner’s final demand is reasonable.
Nine Native American actors have walked off the set of an Adam Sandler comedy “The Ridiculous Six”, claiming the film is “totally disrespectful” of Apache culture.
According to a key advocate, Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Charles Grassley (R-IA) is preparing to renew his push for legislation aimed at expanding disclosure of political intelligence gathering.
In recent years, there have been increasing concerns involving discrimination faced by the transgender community.
In a recent paper, Professors Chew and Pryal, University of North Carolina School of Law, identified areas where legal employers’ expectations concerning law students and recent…
Despite the url (www.adatitleiii.com) and frequent federal focus of this blog, it is important to remember that many states and municipalities have their own disability access laws and regulations with which businesses must comply.
Recent calls by anti-trade groups to abandon investor-state arbitration (often referred to as “investor-state dispute settlement,” or ISDS) ignore the modern reality of the global economy and conjure images of Chicken Little’s warnings that the sky is falling. Investment flows exceeded $1.45 trillion globally in 2013.