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The Likely Unintended Consequence of President Trump’s Religious Freedom Executive Order

USA - June 14 2017 President Trump has not wasted any time signing Executive Orders that push forward his agenda despite congressional opposition. Notably, the

California Employment Law Update: What’s New for 2017

USA - November 3 2016 This is our year-end assessment of the most important developments for California employers. All of the new laws are effective on Jan. 1, 2017

Consumer Financial Data Aggregation & the Potential for Regulatory Intervention

European Union, United Kingdom, USA - June 7 2017 A confluence of regulatory activity and policy debates seems to be laying the groundwork for future regulation of consumer financial data aggregation

What you don’t know about California’s Confidentiality of Medical Information Act might hurt you!

USA - April 19 2013 California’s Confidentiality of Medical Information Act ("the CMIA" or "the Act") is codified in California Civil Code 56 et seq.,i and is intended

Private Right of Action Under Canadian Anti-Spam Legislation Suspended Indefinitely

Canada - June 12 2017 On June 7, 2017, the Canadian government announced that it is suspending indefinitely the private right of action provided for by Canada’s Anti-Spam

FCC Releases Updated List of Census Blocks Excluded from the CAF Phase II Auction

USA - June 15 2017 On June 8, the FCC's Wireline Competition Bureau released an updated list of census blocks for which price cap carriers will receive model-based

The Yanomami Model for Superfund

USA - June 15 2017 In a recent editorial, the Wall Street Journal celebrates the new priorities being set by Scott Pruitt's EPA. Mr. Pruitt, in the Journal's opinion, is

The Likely Unintended Consequence of President Trump’s Religious Freedom Executive Order

USA - June 14 2017 President Trump has not wasted any time signing Executive Orders that push forward his agenda despite congressional opposition. Notably, the

Private Right of Action Under Canadian Anti-Spam Legislation Suspended Indefinitely

Canada - June 12 2017 On June 7, 2017, the Canadian government announced that it is suspending indefinitely the private right of action provided for by Canada’s Anti-Spam

Consumer Financial Data Aggregation & the Potential for Regulatory Intervention

European Union, United Kingdom, USA - June 7 2017 A confluence of regulatory activity and policy debates seems to be laying the groundwork for future regulation of consumer financial data aggregation