Lawsuit Seeking Transparency in H-1B Lottery Selection Process

By | Immigration View | May 27, 2016

Recently, the American Immigration Council (Council) and the American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA) teamed up on a lawsuit against the U.S. Department of Homeland Security and U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) seeking to “obtain the information needed to provide the public with an understanding of the operating procedures and Defendant USCIS follows when administering the H-1B lottery.

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Time for a Mid-Year Handbook and Confidentiality Agreement Tune Up

Time for a Mid-Year Handbook and Confidentiality Agreement Tune Up

As I have mentioned before, every California employer, large or small, needs three things: (1) an Employee Handbook that addresses California specific issues; (2) a comprehensive Confidentiality Agreement to protect the company’s proprietary information to the greatest extent possible; and (3) an Arbitration Agreement.

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No Foreclosure Summary Judgment Without Refuting “Notice and Opportunity to Cure” Defense: Remember to “Say It Ain’t So”

No Foreclosure Summary Judgment Without Refuting “Notice and Opportunity to Cure” Defense: Remember to “Say It Ain’t So”

In an opinion issued yesterday in Chester A. Brooks, et al. v. Bank of America, et al., Case No. 4D14-3337 (Fla. 4th DCA May 25, 2016), Florida’s Fourth District Court of Appeal made clear that, in order to obtain summary judgment of foreclosure, a lender must prove facts to refute a defense of failure to provide notice of default and opportunity to cure.

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