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Antitrust Law Daily
Banking & Finance Law Daily
  • February 26, 2015

    In an idea modeled on the Sarbanes-Oxley approach to accounting fraud, New York Superintendent of Financial Services Benjamin Lawsky said the agency is considering making senior executives personally attest to the adequacy and robustness of anti-mone

  • February 25, 2015

    Five federal regulatory agencies have joined in guidance that is intended to encourage financial institutions to participate in savings programs and financial education aimed at school-age children, beginning in elementary school and continuing throu

Employment Law Daily
  • March 2, 2015

    By Joy P. Waltemath, J.D. Because Title VII requires the EEOC to investigate and foster compromise of charges of discrimination for at least 180 days, the agency’s regulations permitting it to issue right-to-sue notices before the 180-day-period expires are invalid as contrary to Congressional intent, reasoned a federal district court in Virginia. Dismissing without prejudice a [...]

  • March 2, 2015

    By Marjorie Johnson, J.D. A 61-year-old employee who was discharged by an employer that had no more than 16 regular employees on its payroll during the relevant time period defeated a company’s motion for partial summary judgment on her ADEA claim since a staffing agency supplied the company with eight temporary workers who could arguably be [...]

Health Law Daily
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Insurance Law Daily
IP Law Daily
Products Liability Law Daily
  • February 26, 2015

    The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration ordered Takata to preserve all air bag inflators removed through the recall process as evidence for both the agency's investigation and for private litigation cases. The order also serves to ensu

  • February 25, 2015

    A new federal mandatory standard intended to improve the safety of frame child carriers has been approved by the Consumer Product Safety Commission. The Commission voted unanimously (5-0) in favor of the standard on February 18, 2015. The new feder

Securities Regulation Daily
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