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We all remember Kronos—the malicious malware that was sold by Russian underground forums in 2014 for $7,000. If you bought it, you were promised updates and development of new modules. The Kronos developers recently released a new update (dubbed...

Tomorrow, September 18, the Senate Banking Committee will hold a hearing, “Fintech: Examining Digitization, Data, and Technology.”  Topics expected to be discussed include data privacy and the Treasury Department’s recent fintech report....

Seyfarth Synopsis: Governor Jerry Brown has already signed into law legislation covering meal period exceptions for truck drivers delivering commercial feed, adding communications to be considered as “privileged” for purposes of defamation suits,...

The question never really addressed, but which has always been the fundamental issue, is fairness. When the Commission began shifting its enforcement actions from federal district court to its administrative in-house forum, the bedrock question was...

On September 5, 2018, the RF Government issued Executive Order No. 1851-r, which put before the State Duma a bill of amendments1 to RF Law No. 4979-1 of May 14, 1993 On Veterinary Medicine (the "Veterinary Medicine Law")....

Facility Ignored Complaints of Sexual Harassment and Terminated the Employees Who Complained, Agency Charges - LITTLE ROCK, Ark. - Happy Valley LLC d/b/a Happy Valley Nursing and Rehabilitation in Malvern, Ark., violated federal law when it failed...

With Hurricane Florence making landfall in North Carolina, our firm is frequently receiving questions from employers regarding their responsibilities to their employees during and following the storm. What follows is an overview of some of the most...

In the latest cartel case before the Competition Tribunal, the Hong Kong Competition Commission (HKCC) has, for the first time, brought direct action against individuals and sought pecuniary penalties from them....

Federal securities class action filings continued their record pace during the first half of 2018, bolstered by the recent uptick in M&A-related filings, which comprised 50% of the overall cases. In these M&A cases, a plaintiff typically challenges,...

Generally, federal contractors must develop a written affirmative action program for every physical location with 50 or more employees....
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