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Under the Fair Labor Standards Act, employers bear the burden of proving the applicability of an exemption from overtime and/or minimum wage requirements. Earlier this year in E.M.D. Sales Inc. v.

Primary investment grade bond issuance surged in Q1 2024 as investors ramped up exposure to high-quality borrowers in a high interest rate environment.

Key Takeaways - ..Requires parties to seek approval from the Oregon Health Authority (“OHA”) for certain healthcare mergers, acquisitions, affiliations and other transactions involving “health care entities”.

Ohio Adopts Sweeping Foreign National Ban, Covering Lawful Permanent Residents - On June 2, 2024, Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine signed into law H.B. 1, enacting a sweeping foreign national ban on political contributions and expenditures that goes well beyond the ban under federal law.

The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (“CFPB”) is poised to take medical debt off the table for creditors when evaluating a consumer’s eligibility for credit.

Employers with employees, including remote workers, who live or work in more than one state have likely already faced the challenge of determining what employment laws apply, the work they apply to, and when....
By: Venable LLP

In an era marked by the transition to greener energy sources, there is an intricate dance between achieving net-zero emissions and the critical role mining plays in this endeavor.

Find this week’s updates on 340B litigation to help you stay in the know on how 340B cases are developing across the country.

Last year, we published an update on BIS’s foray into prohibiting EAR99 items for export to Russia and Belarus. We noted (somewhat in jest) that kitchen sinks may one day be added. Well, that day has come.

In what was ostensibly a bill to impose restrictions on intoxicating hemp products, the North Carolina legislature has revived its previous efforts to authorize medical marijuana consumption and sales within the state....

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