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Returning to Work: COVID-19, Workers' Compensation, and Employee/Consultant Waivers

USA - August 10 2020 As states allow businesses to reopen and employers begin returning to the workplace, questions arise regarding the potential liability of employers…

Tal Marnin, Peter Shelburne, DeVoia Stewart

Federal Reserve Releases New Details About TALF 2.0

USA - May 20 2020 In response to the economic consequences of the measures being taken to contain the spread of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19), the Board of…

James M. Fogarty

US Supreme Court: no class arbitration absent party consent

USA - July 29 2010 On April 27, 2010, the US Supreme Court ruled in Stolt-Nielsen SA, et al. v. AnimalFeeds Int'l Corp. that, under the Federal Arbitration Act (FAA), compelling arbitrating parties to submit to class arbitration pursuant to an arbitration agreement silent on the subject "is fundamentally at war with the foundational FAA principle that arbitration is a matter of consent."

Holly Anne Smith