The Federal Trade Commission recently unveiled significant enhancements to its online portal designed to help victims recover from identity theft.
Following the United States government’s easing of sanctions against Cuba last year, the Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) loosened travel restrictions for U.S. persons.
Last week the United States Senate unanimously approved legislation that would create a private right of action in federal court for trade secret theft.
Agencies Don’t Have to Cancel Meetings When Website Outages Temporarily Affect Availability of Online Agendas
Local agency officials are well aware of the basic requirements for public-meeting agendas.
US Senate Falls Short in Attempt to Override Obama’s Veto of “Waters of the United States” Resolution
On January 21, 2016, Senate Republicans failed to override President Obama’s veto of a recent legislative attempt to block the “Waters of the US” Rule.
NCAA Settlement Could Promote Concussion Prevention and Treatment, but Leaves Member Institutions On the Hook for Future Lawsuits
On January 26, U.S. District Judge John Lee of the United States District Court for the Northern District of Illinois granted preliminary approval of a new settlement of consolidated class action litigation involving the NCAA and former NCAA student athletes, in which the NCAA agreed to provide $70 million towards concussion research, testing and diagnosis.
Over the last few months we’ve been asked on an almost daily basis when the DOL will be publishing its hotly anticipated white collar exemption rules.
California is already home to some of the most complicated and searching political regulations in the country, especially in its efforts to expose “dark money” and other undisclosed political spending.
While auto journalists swooned over the latest offerings at the Detroit Auto Show a few weeks ago, Ford had the most interesting launch of the bunch.
In the recent judgment of Youssef v Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs  UKSC 3, the Supreme Court highlighted the need for a review of the law on the use of the proportionality test, which may extend beyond the realms of EU law and the European Convention on Human Rights.