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The Illinois legislature recently enacted Senate Bill 255 (SB 255), which modified the fees and costs that can be included in confirmation orders that are issued in connection with foreclosures in Illinois......

Key Points - Governor Newsom signed into law Assembly Bill (AB) 133, which creates a $750 per day civil money penalty for skilled nursing facilities (SNF) that do not comply with a transfer, discharge, or readmission hearing decision within three calendar days....

On July 9, 2021 President Joe Biden issued an Executive Order on Promoting Competition in the American Economy, which urges the Attorney General and Federal Trade Commission (FTC) to curb the use of non-compete and no-poach agreements.

The Acme Rocket Sled Company Retirement Plan Administration Committee recently selected a new investment advisor for the company’s 401(k) plan.

The biofuels industry has had a challenging season in the courts. Several weeks ago, the U.S. Supreme Court overturned a decision by the U.S.

In Chadha v. Wahedna, 2021 NY Slip Op. 50509(U) (Sup. Ct. N.Y. Cnty. 2021), Justice Ostrager of the New York County Commercial Division, dismissed Plaintiff Nilsa Chadha’s (“Plaintiff”) claims in their entirety due to Plaintiff’s execution of a general release.

In Part III of the Labor Law Insider podcast series focused on expected changes at the National Labor Relations Board, Husch Blackwell attorneys David Hertel and Laura Malugade discuss, with Tom Godar, two potential developments that would change the labor law landscape and enhance union organiza

“I don’t get no respect” was comedian Rodney Dangerfield’s well-known catchphrase, and also the reason his 1981 album won a Grammy.

In April, President Joe Biden issued an executive order calling for an increase in the minimum wage for employees of federal contractors from $10.95 to $15 per hour. Last week, the Department of Labor issued proposed rules that would implement this requirement....

On July 19, 2021, the New York Department of Financial Services (DFS) issued Circular Letters 6 and 7 (2021) (Circular Letters) setting forth DFS’s expectations for all New York-authorized insurers in planning and preparing for, and responding to, disasters that could affect the insurer’s ability

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