New rent control legislation in Montgomery County (Rent Stabilization Bill (15-23)), signed into law by the County Executive on July 24, 2023 after a marathon legislative session, caps annual increases of base rent for non-exempt rental units at the lesser of CPI-U plus 3% or 6%....

On September 26, 2023, West Virginia University Health System posted a website notice informing patients of a third-party data breach involving an incident that occurred at Nuance Communications.

The U.S. Securities & Exchange Commission (“SEC”) recently found that an investment adviser mischaracterized its integration of Environmental, Social, and Governance (“ESG”) factors into research and investment recommendations for certain products.

On September 20, 2023, the SEC approved amendments to the "Names Rule," which were initially proposed in May 2022.

A shocking, criminal incident in Florida recently garnered national media attention when a unit owner was arrested and charged with injecting a poisonous chemical into a neighboring unit on several occasions.

In 2023, the international arbitration landscape is dominated by macroeconomic factors. The inflationary pressures combined with price volatility and the use of sanctions by governments following Russia’s invasion of Ukraine have caused serious difficulties for businesses across the globe.

Introduction - Current federal funding expires this Saturday. As we approach the deadline, it is looking less likely that Congress will pass a continuing resolution, a short-term stopgap measure, to avoid a government shutdown.

The Florida Gaming Control Commission (FGCC) has taken a significant step by issuing cease-and-desist letters to three online fantasy sports operators.

Pediatric Health Services Provider Failed to Accommodate Employee and Fired Her Because of Her Medical Conditions, Federal Agency Charges - ATLANTA – Zoe Center for Pediatric & Adolescent Health, LLC, a provider of pediatric and adolescent health services in Thomaston, Georgia, violated fede