It’s been an eventful November for the Federal Government’s VOSB/SDVOSB programs. First, the Department of Veterans Affairs (“VA”) issued a proposed rule outlining changes that would drastically change the manner in which eligibility requirements are analyzed (you can read about it here).
The terrorist attacks in Paris on November 13th have heightened Americans’ concern over security as President Obama has pledged to admit 10,000 Syrian refugees fleeing that troubled, violent, and oppressive land.
As the nation looks forward to giving thanks with family and friends, the Office of Government Ethics (OGE) will be proposing revisions to regulations that specify when employees of the federal executive branch must say, “No, thanks.”
CISA had just passed out of the public’s eye during the first half of November. But in light of the terrorist attacks on Paris, encryption—and how much—has taken center stage in U.S. politics.
The FMCSA introduced the new rule on electronic logging devices (ELD) in 2014 as a way to reduce hours of service violations and held reduce crashes by fatigued drivers.
With President Obama’s announcement last December that the United States is charting a new course in its relations with Cuba, the Federal Communications Commission (“FCC” or “Commission”) is taking expedited steps to open up the provision of telecommunications services between the United States and Cuba.
Disrupting the Status Quo: U.S. House of Representatives Holds Hearing On the Economic Impact of Drones
Poised to be one of the fastest-growing industries in American history, unmanned aerial vehicle technology – or drones – is revolutionary.
Defend Trade Secrets Act of 2015 Would Create a Federal Private Right of Action for the Misappropriation of Trade Secrets
On July 29, 2015, with bipartisan support, Congressional leaders in both the House and the Senate introduced identical bills, HR 3326 and S. 1890, respectively, entitled, the “Defend Trade Secrets Act of 2015″ (“DTSA 2015″).
As we anticipate the calorie-bomb of Thanksgiving dinner, let’s face it – litigation preservation is overweight, obese, and corpulent, torpidly dazed in a fat/sugar coma of way too much data.
CFPB Releases Compliance Bulletin About Obtaining Authorizations for Preauthorized Electronic Fund Transfers
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (the “CFPB”) warned financial companies in a compliance Bulletin Monday that they must have proper authorization before automatically debiting funds from customers’ accounts.