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“Latent Occupational Disease” Rule Inapplicable to Frac Fluid Exposure Causing Skin Cancer

USA - April 18 2018 Last Friday, the Texas Supreme Court declined to extend the “latent occupational disease” discovery rule to a plaintiff whose exposure to frac fluid...


“Data Dump” Trade Secrets Prosecution Tactics: Untouched by SCOTX in the Oil Patch

USA - April 5 2018 The ongoing dispute between Terra Energy Partners, LLC and Sanchez Oil & Gas Corp. (and its affiliates) has been characterized by Terra as a "data...


Trump’s Paid Family Leave Plan: What It Is, and What It Isn’t

USA - February 13 2018 With the release of President Trump’s 2019 fiscal year budget proposal on Monday, we have a better outline of the White House’s paid family leave plan...


How the World Will Change If the ‘Ending Forced Arbitration of Sexual Harassment Act’ Becomes Law

USA - December 21 2017 On Tuesday, tech giant Microsoft threw its support behind the bipartisan Ending Forced Arbitration of Sexual Harassment Act (“EFASHA”), which was...


Evacuation Discrimination? Yes, you can be sued for this.

USA - September 26 2017 It’s been one month since Hurricane Harvey made landfall in Rockport, but most companies are just now fully appreciating the after-effects. Some...