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What to do when you go "ah-choo!" an employer's guide for dealing with infectious diseases

Seyfarth Shaw LLP

The flu and cold season is now approaching. Tragically, each year, a number of deaths result from flu and other infectious diseases.

Client Alert: Austin, Texas, Paid Sick Leave Law Ruled Unconstitutional

Vorys Sater Seymour and Pease LLP

A Texas Court of Appeals recently ruled that the City of Austin’s paid sick leave law is unconstitutional under Texas law. The Third District Appeals...

ICO Issuers Settle With The SEC Over Unregistered Coin Offerings

Shearman & Sterling LLP

On November 16, 2018, the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (“SEC”) instituted separate settled administrative proceedings against Carrier EQ...

3 Reasons Why ISO 27001 Certification Matters

Sysero

Cyberattacks are a real and growing concern for today’s law firms. Law firms, by nature, hold extensive volumes of client information, most of which...

US DOT Updates Policies and Guidance For Automated Transportation - AV 3.0

Baker McKenzie

This month, the U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT) has updated its policies and guidance for automated vehiclesPreparing for the Future of...

Contract variations: a short guide

Travers Smith LLP

Contracts are often amended to take account of changed circumstances. But care is needed to avoid the pitfalls. Think about the rest of the contract...

What to do when you go "ah-choo!" an employer's guide for dealing with infectious diseases

Seyfarth Shaw LLP

The flu and cold season is now approaching. Tragically, each year, a number of deaths result from flu and other infectious diseases.

Employment Update

Travers Smith LLP

Prime Minister Theresa May has said that the Government will tighten the use of confidentiality provisions in employment disputes, saying "it is...

Client Alert: Austin, Texas, Paid Sick Leave Law Ruled Unconstitutional

Vorys Sater Seymour and Pease LLP

A Texas Court of Appeals recently ruled that the City of Austin’s paid sick leave law is unconstitutional under Texas law. The Third District Appeals...

“No Deal” Brexit: No Data Protection Adequacy Decision For The UK in Commission’s Contingency Plan

Dechert LLP

Further to our previous OnPoint "No Deal" Brexit and its Implications for Data Protection, the European Commission has given an update on its "no...

ICO Issuers Settle With The SEC Over Unregistered Coin Offerings

Shearman & Sterling LLP

On November 16, 2018, the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (“SEC”) instituted separate settled administrative proceedings against Carrier EQ...

Legal update on TMT - November 2018 - Can GDPR and blockchain get along?

Buddle Findlay

Blockchain Technologies are increasingly being promoted as a potential solution to a variety of data processing operations, largely due to...

3 Reasons Why ISO 27001 Certification Matters

Sysero

Cyberattacks are a real and growing concern for today’s law firms. Law firms, by nature, hold extensive volumes of client information, most of which...

Russia: Real Estate News

Noerr LLP

In the past three months amendments to the real estate laws of the Russian Federation have taken effect which improve legal certainty for investors in...

Solving The Mystery Of Contracting By Hyperlink

Troutman Sanders LLP

Remote contracting with customers through the internet is either the current reality or the aspirational goal for many businesses. This article...


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