On September 23, 2016 Governor Brown signed AB2316 which makes significant changes to the Lease-Leaseback construction program that school districts have been successfully using for years.
On 10 October 2016, the European Medicines Agency’s (“EMA”) Management Board adopted a reflection paper on the development of a new European Union medicines web portal.
EgyptAir Flight 648 was hijacked on November 23, 1985. Fifty-eight of the ninety-eight passengers died. Three years later, Pam Am Flight 103 exploded over Lockerbie, Scotland at 7:03 PM on December 21, 1988.
According to the 2016 Global Slavery Index, an estimated 45.8 million men, women and children around the world are ensnared in some form of modern slavery, which includes slavery, servitude, forced labor and human trafficking. Sub-Saharan Africa is particularly vulnerable to this scourge:
Two years ago we reported on the case before the National Labor Relations Board (the “Board”) related to the Northwestern University’s scholarship football players seeking the right to unionize.
Fragmentation Instead of Level-playing Field? How the German Government’s Announced White Paper On Digital Platforms Adds to Regulatory Uncertainty On Topical Issues of the Digital Economy After Brexit
Many digital platforms attract consumers and businesses on a global basis. It is a challenge for national regulators to enforce competition law and other regulatory provisions against such international players.
Monday Morning Regulatory Review – 10/17/16: Mortgage Lending Enforcement Failure; Labor Complaints Contract Clause & Pipeline Emergency Confusion
A major loss for the Administration’s policy occurred last week in the failure of a most significant enforcement of post-mortgage-crisis legislation, but not in the organic constitutional way that garnered much attention, but rather in the field of specific rights and administrative law.
After several years of delay, FDA announced this summer that it expects to publish new rules in April 2017 that will permit generic drug companies to make unilateral changes to their warning labels, even if the brand does not.
Maryland has had a pay-to-play law for many years, which requires government contractors to register and file reports concerning political contributions to state and local candidates.
This week is a political group week (i.e., the week before the Parliament’s plenary session, during which all political parties and groups organize meetings and discuss their views and voting strategy).