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The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and NOAA Fisheries jointly announced via conference call this morning the publication of proposed revisions to portions of their regulations that implement key sections of the Endangered Species Act (ESA). The...

The American Institute of Architect’s release of its 2017 documents has been a hot topic within construction law circles over the past year. In total, AIA released 29 new forms and contracts in 2017, including the AIA A101, A102, A103, and A201......

Delay and Disruption Claims - Delay and disruption issues can come up in any project. This article offers an initial introduction and explains the legal requirements for both delay and disruption claims, and practical ideas. The Law - Delay and...

In July 2018, the U.S. House of Representatives passed H.R. 200, a bill that includes the Modernizing Recreational Fisheries Management Act of 2017 (Modern Fish Act). The Modern Fish Act seeks to change recreational fishing regulations and permit...

Since at least 1940, parties to construction contracts have been held to high standard of showing “complete and strict performance of all [of the construction contract’s] terms.” This has historically turned otherwise straightforward disputes over...

“You have to show up for work—it’s a part of your job.” Attendance at the workplace is an essential work function in an ADA case. But is it really anymore? With technology, some would argue that many jobs can be done from anywhere, and employees...

A recent ruling by the Supreme Court of Virginia may invalidate hundreds of leases because they are not under "seal" and therefore do not meet Virginia's "Deed of Lease" requirement. Landlords and tenants should review their Virginia leases to ensure...

On Tuesday, FDA’s Center for Drug Evaluation and Research (CDER) announced a draft guidance titled “Innovative Approaches for Nonprescription Drug Products” that could aid drug manufacturers who want to sell, without a prescription, drugs that are...

On July 12, 2018, the California Supreme Court agreed to address questions posed by the Ninth Circuit about whether California Labor Code provisions apply to an out-of-state employer whose employees work part of their time in California....

Un arrêt rendu par la chambre commerciale de la Cour de cassation du 3 mai 2018 (pourvoi n° 16-16.809) donne l’occasion de revenir sur l’obligation faite aux PSI (mais cela vaut pour les CIF) de s’enquérir de la situation financière de leurs clients,...

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