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The Department of Justice Announces that It Intends to Publish Regulations Related To Website Accessibility

USA - August 15 2022 The Department of Justice (DOJ) announced earlier this month that it will begin the rulemaking process related to “Nondiscrimination on the Basis of…

Jason P. Brown

Recent Holdings Contain New Defenses to Class Actions

USA - April 7 2022 Of the many class action-related decisions from the last year, two courts issued holdings that are particularly relevant to defending against class…

Lukas Moffett

DOL, NLRB Will Collaborate on Investigations, Share Information

USA - February 2 2022 The Department of Labor Wage and Hour Division and the National Labor Relations Board released a Memo of Understanding announcing that the two…

Michael Reed

Retail Industry 2021 Year in Review

USA - January 31 2022 When the COVID-19 pandemic began, businesses anticipated the possibility of a tidal wave of personal injury and wrongful death lawsuits from…

Randy S. Parks, J. Steven Patterson

President Biden signs an Executive Order with potentially major implications for labor markets

USA - July 12 2021 President Joe Biden signed a new Executive Order on July 9, called the Executive Order on Promoting Competition in the American Economy, aimed at…

Jason Brown