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Third Circuit Affirms Dismissal in Reliance on Technical Exception to General Rule That State Sovereign Immunity Does Not Apply in Bankruptcy Cases - In a recent non-precedential decision that relied on the technical distinction between a “property interest” and a “revocable privilege,” the Unit

On November 22, the federal Department of Labor issued final regulations implementing the provisions of an executive order to raise the minimum wage for employees working on federal contracts and subcontracts to $15.00 per hour as of January 20, 2022.

2021 has been a year of changes internationally and the International Trade Commission (ITC) has not remained untouched. In a presentation last month members of Kilpatrick Townsend’s ITC litigation group discussed recent trends in ITC practice and filings....

Taxpayers and patients are suffering the rising negative consequences of the federal Food and Drug Administration’s dubious decision to overrule its own independent expert advisors and to approve on scant evidence Aduhelm.

In December 2020, the Holding Foreign Companies Accountable Act, co-sponsored by Senators John Kennedy, a Republican from Louisiana, and Chris Van Hollen, a Democrat from Maryland, was signed into law. The HFCAA amended SOX to prohibit trading on U.S.

Yesterday, the SEC adopted amendments to finalize rules implementing the submission and disclosure requirements in the Holding Foreign Companies Accountable Act (HFCAA). These amendments finalize the interim final rules adopted in March. ...

The Compliance Kitchen gives an update from Europe – Council of the EU aligns on Digital Services Act. Tune in here https://bit.ly/3GhmC7z for more information in Compliance Podcast Network....

Three vaccine mandates were issued by the federal government in November, and now two of the three have been enjoined nationwide.  On November 5, the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals issued an order directing OSHA to cease steps to enforce its vaccine mandate.  For more about the OSHA ETS, see our

CFPB Director Chopra used the release of two new reports about bank overdraft practices to warn banks—and responsible executives—that they could be at risk if the banks engage in overdraft practices deemed to violate Dodd-Frank’s “UDAAP” prohibition.

The overhaul of the UK listing regime recommended in Lord Hill’s Review of the Listing Regime and Ron Kalifa’s Review of UK Fintech aims to attract the most innovative and successful tech companies to London and create a desirable environment for issuers and investors alike.

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