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By Garen Dodge, Denise E. Giraudo, Amanda Beckwith
Washington D.C. may become the next local government to require that restaurants pay minimum wage to its servers, bartenders, and any other workers who currently earn a "tipped wage" ...
By Kristi Kung
The recent $575,000 settlement with EmblemHealth signals a push from AG Schneiderman "for stronger security laws and hold[ing] businesses accountable for protecting their customers' personal data."
By Matthew Turetzky, Robert Rhoad
The False Claims Act contains numerous requirements that are designed to prevent meritless cases from proceeding to discovery and trial.
By Amber Thomson
An unnamed power company was hit with a $2.7 million fine after it was discovered that protected information associated with the company's critical cyber assets was posted online.
By J. Scott Maberry
If your company is a U.S. consumer of imported steel or aluminum, the new tariffs announced by President Trump on March 8, 2018 are bad news.
By James Rusk
A recent Ninth Circuit ruling that pollutants reaching waters of the United States through groundwater may trigger Clean Water Act liability has prompted the U.S. EPA to consider clarifying...
By Alfred Fraijo Jr., Alexander K. Robinson
Last fall, Governor Jerry Brown signed into law a package of 15 bills in response to the state's housing shortage and affordability crisis.
By Brett Young
On March 5, 2018, the California Supreme Court issued its decision in the Alvarado v. Dart Container Corporation of California case.
By Curtis Dombek
The 25% steel and 10% aluminum tariffs announced today, and effective 15 days from now, raise a new cloud over the NAFTA negotiations.
By Douglas Svor, Brian Weimer, Reid Whitten
Companies should keep in mind the long tentacles of CFIUS when structuring cross-border transactions.
By Douglas Svor, Brian Weimer, Reid Whitten
Since late 2017, Singapore-based semiconductor company Broadcom has been pursuing a $117 billion hostile takeover bid for Qualcomm, its U.S.-based rival whose chips are omnipresent in U.S...
By J. Scott Maberry
U.S. importers are seeing an increase in enforcement activity by U.S. Customs and Border Protection. Here are the ten things you must know about this trend.
By Whitney Jones Roy, Jeffrey J. Parker
If your products are sold online or you operate a website with sales to consumers in California, these changes will impact whether you can obtain "safe harbor" protection under Prop 65.
By Danielle Thompson
The Program, which will start with a six-month pilot period prior to evaluation and finalization, is explained in detail below.
By Erinn Contreras, Joy Siu
It is industry standard in California for owners of a construction project to make monthly payments to a contractor for work it has completed, less a certain percentage that is withheld...
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