This column seeks to sharpen up two large issues under the first sentence of Section 27, the one granting an environmental right.
Less discussed are the progressive steps made through the associate ranks prior to shareholder elevation: junior, mid-level and senior associate. Each internal progression provides its own challenges, but also opportunities.
The Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act (IIJA) contains a number of provisions that may prove very important to cleanup lawyers.
So it was crucial to find the right partner to support a national expansion of Federal Donuts—the wildly popular culinary pioneer that serves up staples of donuts, fried chicken, and coffee at 11 locations in the Greater Philadelphia area.
The Pennsylvania Department of Health last year began overhauling the Commonwealth’s long-term care nursing facility regulations, with regulatory changes to be implemented in four parts. The Department of Health published the third set of proposed regulations.
In June, 2021, Philadelphia’s previous public health emergency leave mandate expired.
Statewide recall of vaporized products with non-cannabis derived ingredients.
The recent United States Supreme Court case, Alston v. NCAA, caused the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) to change its long-standing rules prohibiting compensation for use of a student-athlete’s name, image and likeness (NIL).
A Pennsylvania district court has ruled that a company that provides reports based on a search of public records is a “consumer reporting agency” (CRA) as defined by the Fair Credit Reporting Act.
Last fall, the Pennsylvania Department of Labor and Industry (DLI) issued a proposed rule to update regulations regarding two distinct issues under the Pennsylvania Minimum Wage Act (PMWA): payment of wages to tipped workers and calculating overtime for salaried nonexempt employees.
The National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) General Counsel’s office issued a memorandum reiterating the rights of immigrant workers under the National Labor Relations Act (NLRA). Continuing its aggressive approach to expanding legal protections for workers and labor unions, the General Counsel’s office of the NLRB issued Memorandum OM 22-09, reiterating NLRB policy on workers’ rights to access the NLRB collective bargaining and remedial procedures regardless of immigration status, without fear of reprisals from their employers or the federal government.
Effective January 1, 2023, Washington employers with at least 15 employees must affirmatively disclose the wage scale or salary range and a general description of all benefits and other compensation being offered when posting job openings, regardless of whether such information is requested by the applicant.
While the United States awaits the Supreme Court’s ruling in Dobbs v. Jackson, which may overturn Roe v. Wade and eliminate the federal standard for abortion access, some states are considering setting their own standards that would ban or protect the medical procedure.
As volatility in the cryptocurrency market has increased, regulators in the United States and around the world have indicated a willingness to impose tougher compliance requirements related to crypto assets. As a result, there is an increasing likelihood that companies that hold or deal in crypto assets may be subject to additional regulations in the coming years.
Manufacturers in the U.S. should take note of a new request for comment from the United States Trade Representative as a lack of support may lead to removal of the tariffs and surge in unfairly priced imports.
On May 18, 2022, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit issued its decision in Jarkesy v. Securities and Exchange Comm’n, in which it examined the constitutionality of an agency civil money penalty enforcement proceeding.
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