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Let My People Go! Or, Another Blow To Noncompetes

FisherBroyles LLP

As an employment lawyer for organizations large and small, I hear this common refrain: “I need an ironclad noncompete that stops my employees from...

CMS allows Medicare Advantage plans to implement step therapy for Part B drugs - Will it really lower drug costs or simply increase administrative burdens?

Hall Render Killian Heath & Lyman PC

On August 7, 2018, the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (“CMS”) issued a Memorandum (“Memorandum”) announcing a policy change to allow...

Back to Basics, ContinuedLet's talk about referral fees.

Sirote & Permutt PC

We are frequently asked about the propriety of paying a referral fee. That is, from time to time, a finance company may offer to pay its customer or...

Hurricane Florence: HHS responds to a Public Health Emergency by issuing HIPAA privacy rule waiver and equal access guidance

Hall Render Killian Heath & Lyman PC

As Hurricane Florence inaugurates the U.S. hurricane season with fierce winds and torrential rains, health care providers are preparing to care for...

FERC, NERC Announce Inquiry into January 2018 Cold Weather Event

Troutman Sanders LLP

On September 12, 2018, FERC announced the initiation of a joint inquiry with the North American Electric Reliability Corporation (“NERC”) into a cold...

Turbulence in Indian Skies

Bryan Cave Leighton Paisner LLP

By 2035, India is expected to be a market of 442 million passengers. Notwithstanding these forecasts in recent weeks some Indian airlines...

From Quinn Direct to Sports Direct: why should regulators be better off than insurers when it comes to privileged documents?

4 New Square Chambers

In this article, Helen Evans and William Harman of 4 New Square argue that the recent decision in Financial Reporting Council Limited v Sports Direct...

Is JFTC Asia's frontrunner in investigating e-commerce platforms?

Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer LLP

The Japan Fair Trade Commission (JFTC) has been noticeably vocal regarding its intention to keep a close eye on e-commerce. It has already targeted a...

HCA's recent practice: cooperation and commitments

Schoenherr

In recent years, the Hungarian Competition Authority (HCA) has seemingly aimed to Foster cooperation between itself and market participants. Recent...

A glimpse into a future Labor government IR agenda?

Seyfarth Shaw LLP

A Senate Select Committee report on the Future of Work and Workers handed down this week after a year-long inquiry, gives some insight (which is...

Let My People Go! Or, Another Blow To Noncompetes

FisherBroyles LLP

As an employment lawyer for organizations large and small, I hear this common refrain: “I need an ironclad noncompete that stops my employees from...

How to Identify and Mitigate Workflow Bottlenecks in Your Legal Department

ContractWorks

Is your legal department running at full capacity? Most legal departments deal with day-to-day duties that must be dispatched quickly and efficiently...

Investimenti intra-UE. La Corte di Giustizia limita il ricorso alle procedure arbitrali per la risoluzione di controversie sorte nell’ambito di Trattati Bilaterali di Investimento tra Stati Membri

De Berti Jacchia Franchini Forlani Studio Legale

Il 19 luglio 2018 la Commissione Europea ha pubblicato una Comunicazione concernente la protezione degli investimenti intra-UE La Comunicazione è...

Data Privacy by Sector in Indonesia

SSEK Indonesian Legal Consultants

There is no specific stipulation in Indonesian employment laws on the protection of personal data of employees. It would normally be considered...

Justice now more Accessible for Australian IP Owners

Marquette Intellectual Property

Until July of this year, if you were a small business or young entrepreneur with limited resources and had the misfortune of having to enforce your...


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