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Erisa Benefits Law PLLC | USA | 22 Jun 2018

DOL Issues Final Rules expanding association health plans: new opportunities for small employers to reduce costs?

The Department of Labor’s Employee Benefits Security Administration (EBSA) has issued a final rule under Title I of the Employee Retirement Income


Kilpatrick Townsend & Stockton LLP | USA | 16 Mar 2018

Fiduciary Rule Status in Doubt Following Conflicting Courts of Appeals Decisions

By: Todd Castleton and Sterling Perkinson The status of the Department of Labor’s (DOL) final regulation expanding the scope of fiduciary status due


Borden Ladner Gervais LLP | Canada | 5 Feb 2018

Employment Law: Key Decisions From 2017

After an employee announced his intention to resign his job 11 months later, his employer decided to terminate his employment before the announced


Clayton Utz | Australia | 8 Dec 2016

FIRB provides guidance on revised tax conditions

The Foreign Investment Review Board has provided much needed clarity on the new tax conditions for foreign investment proposals...


Seyfarth Shaw LLP | USA | 6 Oct 2016

Second Circuit “Purrs” On Cat’s Paw Liability Case

Recently, the Second Circuit held that the “cat’s paw” theory of liability may be used to support recovery for claims of retaliation where an


Ashfords LLP | United Kingdom | 4 Oct 2016

Franchise Disputes

Why do franchise disputes arise? Any long term commercial relationship has the potential for friction but the complicated nature of franchise


McCarthy Tétrault LLP | Canada | 29 Aug 2016

Is There a Duty to Renegotiate Contracts in Cases of Hardship?

In Churchill Falls (Labrador) Corporation Ltd c Hydro-Québec, 2016 QCCA 1229 (English translation here), the Quebec Court of Appeal seemed to


Foley & Lardner LLP | USA | 15 Aug 2016

State Attorneys General on the Attack Against Noncompete Overuse

Too much of a good thing can be bad - a maxim that some employers have historically ignored by requiring entire workforces, including rank-and-file


Cozen O'Connor | USA | 11 Aug 2016

Subrogation in the Internet Age: Claims Against Online Providers

Recently, a subrogation action was filed on behalf of an insurer alleging that a product sold on eBay and Amazon caused a fire for which the insurer


Dentons | United Kingdom | 8 Aug 2016

Good Faith and Contract Termination

Deciding whether to terminate a contract, whether at common law for an alleged repudiatory breach or under a specific term in the agreement, is

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