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The evolving landscape of non-compete agreementschange is underway in New York Statecould non-compete clauses become unenforceable?

USA - April 30 2019 Employers commonly use non-compete agreements to protect the use of their trade secrets and other confidential business information from employers...

Ronald W. Zdrojeski, Pooja Kohli, Robert D. Owen.

Legislative updatestatus and implications of proposed federal cannabis statutes

USA - April 16 2019 For years, many have argued that the federal government should legalize marijuana. Despite a vocal minority advocating for legalization, such efforts...

Brittany M. Cambre, Meghana D. Shah, Melissa L. Fox, Amber S. Unwala, Gregory S. Kaufman.

Biometrics beware - Compliance and the Biometric Information Privacy Act

USA - April 11 2019 Companies in all industries and of all sizes are increasingly using biometric datafingerprints, voiceprints, and facial structure, to name threeas...

Francis X. Nolan, IV, Lewis S. Wiener, Kristen N. Bertch, Michael Bahar, Emily A. Bork, Crystal J. Parker, Mark D. Herlach, Mary Jane Wilson-Bilik, Mark Thibodeaux.

Institutions Bewarerecent decisions indicate that aiding and abetting theory of liability may assume more importance under the ATA

USA - February 20 2018 Financial institutions have been increasingly subjected to actions seeking to hold them responsible for acts of international terrorism under Section...

Ronald W. Zdrojeski, James Southworth, Laura E. Smithman.

Less is More or More is More? Differences in the Regulatory Ethos in the US and the UK Pose Challenges for Financial Institutions

USA, United Kingdom - November 15 2017 The United States is poised to usher in an era of decreased regulation of financial institutions while the trend in the United Kingdom is to maintain...

Meghana D. Shah, Lewis S. Wiener, Peter Harper, James Southworth.