Child Caregiver - Private Home
Vancouver, BC Vivien Chuang Permanent full time in-home caregiver required to care for a child in the private home of the employer.
It’s Good To Remember That There Are Fates Worse Than Death
HERE ARE THE RUTH BADER GINSBURG BABY BIBS YOU'VE ALWAYS WANTED : I want to have another kid so I can buy these things. Just kidding. That first sentence was...
EU Commission’s First Annual Review Confirms Adequacy of ...
On October 18, 2017, the European Commission published its report and supporting documents regarding its first annual review of the EU-U.S. Privacy Shield (P...
Corporate Investigations and White Collar Defense - Octob...
Supreme Court to Hear Important Whistleblower Case - Why it matters: Must an employee “whistleblower” specifically provide information about alleged corporat...
Innovative Insurance Products Address Legal Issues in Pub...
Dealmakers’ appetite for transactions involving publicly listed companies remains strong — 2016 saw an increase in deal volume, a trend which continues into ...
SEC Proposes Modernization and Simplification of Regulati...
The Situation: In an effort to reduce compliance and cost burdens, the SEC has proposed amendments to some of the rules and forms associated with Regulation ...
Supreme Court to Review Antitrust Suit Over AmEx Merchant...
The retail industry should have great interest in a case set to be decided the Supreme Court this term, the outcome of which will affect the terms and condit...
Beltway Buzz - October, 2017 #3
Deal or No Deal? Bipartisan ACA Agreement Faces Challenges. A bipartisan agreement forged by senators Lamar Alexander (R-TN) and Patty Murray (D-WA) that wou...
California Updates Its Auto-Renewal Law
From fashion clothing in the mail to gym memberships to monthly mobile app subscriptions, the subscription-based business model is everywhere and here to sta...
Tax Plan in Coalition Agreement Cabinet Rutte III (Dutch)
Tax aspects of the 2017-2021 Government Agreement for Business - On October 10, the Cabinet Rutte III presented its government agreement for the next 4 years...
Is a Series LLC Right for Your Business?
The Series limited liability company (the “Series LLC”) is more nuanced than an ordinary limited liability company, and for the right user, it provides flexi...
California Enacts New Law Expanding Parental Leave to Sma...
On Thursday, October 12, 2017, California Governor Jerry Brown signed legislation that extends twelve weeks of unpaid parental leave to California employees ...
American Airlines Messes With The Wrong Black Person
#FlyingWhileBlack is a thing.
Appeals court says pregnant immigrant teen may be release...
Non-Sequiturs: 10.20.17
* Harvard Law School is conducting a mental health survey. But will the respondents answer with candor? [ Law and More ] * Transitions are hard, if not almos...
Break Fees Can Cause Broken M&A Deals
Given ongoing competition between buyers in a strong sellers’ market, the resilience of seller break fees as a feature of the European M&A market is surprisi...
EU expands sanctions against North Korea, as well as Russ...
The EU has adopted a wide range of new sanctions measures against North Korea including a broad investment ban applicable across all sectors. In addition, th...
Court of Appeal confirms jurisdiction over Zambia environ...
The Court of Appeal last week upheld jurisdiction over claims by Zambian citizens arising from discharges from a copper mine. In Lungowe & Ors v. Vedanta Res...
This School Was Ahead Of Its Time
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In the Wake of Equifax: What Auto Dealers Need to Know Ab...
Following the recent Equifax data breach wherein millions of consumers’ private information may have been compromised, it is increasingly clear that consumer...
Professor Bainbridge Precises Corporate Philanthropy
Earlier this week, UCLA Law School Professor Stephen Bainbridge precised the question of corporate philanthropy. He notes “Virtually all states have adopted ...
Find those “missing” plan participants
Missing plan participants are usually only an issue when a retirement plan decides to terminate and wants to avoid dragging out the process and having to fil...
Federal judge releases DNA software source code that was ...
Global In-House Centers in India, v2.0
GICs in India are evolving from cost-saving platforms into Innovation Centers for emerging digital technologies that can provide a competitive advantage. Rec...
The Future Of The Legal Profession
Notes to my (legal) self.
The Imposter Syndrome Prescription
Millions of people are suffering from the same psychological syndrome. There hasn’t been a known cure… until now.
Is Your Business Insured Against A Cyber Attack?
Your business has insurance coverage for flood and fire damage. You are protected if an employee gets into a car accident. But are you covered for a cyber at...
Federal law doesn’t prevent release of dead man’s email t...
Construction Companies Can Be Liable for “Secondary Expos...
The history of asbestos regulation in the United States is complicated. Prior to the 1970s, asbestos-containing materials used in construction was widespread...
Health Reform Rollercoaster
When POTUS signed the most recent executive order related to health care reform, it was only a small incremental step to direct the agencies to loosen some r...
SMU Dedman Law Alum And APIS Chair Punam Kaji On Building...
Even attorneys whose homes were damaged were asking, 'What should we be doing right now to help?'
Alabama Employers Take Note – Birmingham Joins Ranks of C...
Last month, the Birmingham City Council passed an ordinance criminalizing discrimination in education, housing, employment, and public accommodations. The or...
CFPB Files Complaint Alleging Debt-Relief Providers Misre...
On October 12, 2017, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) announced that it filed suit against two debt-relief companies and their owners, and a t...
Significant reforms to Australian competition law are abo...
The most significant changes to Australia’s competition law in over 40 years will take effect in the coming weeks.... By: Dentons
Harvey Weinstein And The Cost Of Silence
Our civil tort system, for all of its strengths, has its weaknesses and failings.
Yakety Yak – Talk Back: Regulators Respond to HVCRE Compl...
On September 27, 2017, the Federal Reserve, FDIC and OCC released a Notice of Proposed Rulemaking (NPR) that they describe as simplifying compliance with cer...
Deeper Dive into Statistics Confirm Rise in Sex Harassmen...
So a few weeks back, I suggested that we were entering into a new era of sexual harassment cases and wondered out loud when the statistics would back up my o...
[Video] This Week in FCPA-Episode 73
Jay and I return for a wide-ranging discussion on some of the top compliance and ethics related stories, including:   1. We discuss our highlights from the r...
Reminder: Action Required by December 31 To Avoid Losing ...
On December 1, 2016, the US Copyright Office replaced its directory of designated agents for receipt of Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA) notices of cl...
California Implements Significant Changes in the Employme...
On October 12, 2017, California Governor Jerry Brown signed several bills regulating a wide range of employer actions, everything from the labeling of cleani...
EU-U.S. Privacy Shield Passes First Annual Review
On October 18, 2017, the European Commission (EU Commission) published its report on the first annual review of the EU-U.S. Privacy Shield Framework (Privacy...
Free White Paper: 3 Tips For Finding The Balance Between ...
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IRS Publishes Pension Plan Limitations for 2018
On October 19, 2017, the Internal Revenue Service (“IRS”) announced cost of living adjustments affecting dollar limitations for pension plans and other retir...
New Commercial Division ADR Rule
On October 11, 2017, Chief Administrative Judge Lawrence Marks amended Rules 10 and 11 of Section 202.70(g) (“Rules of Practice for the Commercial Division”)...
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