Nevada employees who consume cannabis off-the-job for non-medical purposes can be fired by their employers for failing a drug test, according to a recent ruling by the Nevada Supreme Court.
Effective November 1, 2022, New York City employers are required to comply with Local Law 59 of 2022, commonly known as the New York City Wage Transparency Law, by including compensation data in their job advertisements.
The United States imported more than $385 billion worth of goods from Mexico in 2021.
On September 26, 2022, the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) extended the amendment deadline for non-governmental qualified retirement plans, plans covered under Section 403(b) of the Internal Revenue Code (Code) and individual retirement accounts (IRAs).
Effective November 1, 2022, covered New York City employers will need to comply with the New York City pay transparency law.
Washington’s Silenced No More Act limits all Washington employers’ use of nondisclosure and nondisparagement provisions in employment agreements.
The Washington Employment Security Department’s (ESD) Leave and Care Division has adopted rules to implement revisions to the Washington Long-Term Services and Supports Trust Program (also known as “WA Cares”).
The National Labor Relations Board has proposed reversing the current joint-employer standard, which took effect on April 27, 2020.
The DOJ continues its efforts to create a novel area of potential criminal liability for labor market investigations.
In this episode, OSHA Practice Chair Mike Taylor and Shareholder Adam Roseman talk to Tim Robson, director of Tribalco's Rescue and Safety Division.
The regulations implementing the CCPA require that a business verify the identity of a consumer that submits a specific-information access request to a “reasonably high degree of certainty.”
The Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA) in November 2022 released a targeted exam letter pertaining to communications for crypto products and services.
It has been a long and heated debate as to whether NFTs and certain cryptocurrencies can be deemed as securities under applicable laws and precedents.
In a prior post, we wrote about the importance of reviewing the terms governing the sale of an NFT to determine what rights, if any, are included in the sale in order to commercially exploit the asset associated with the NFT, and the confusion that emerges in interpreting such terms through the lens of copyright law.
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