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Timothy J. Feighery, Lee M. Caplan
On July 8, 2020, the US Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit rendered its decision in In Re Application and Petition of Hanwei Guo for an order to take Discovery for Use in a Foreign Proceeding Pursuant to 28 U.S.C. 1782 (No. 19-781) (“Hanwei’), confirming that discovery under 28 U.S.C. §1782 is
D. Jacques Smith, Randall A. Brater, Alexander S. Birkhold, Michael F. Dearington, Mohammed T. Farooqui, Rebecca W. Foreman, Nadia Patel, Melissa A. Trenk, Laura Zell
Headlines that Matter for Companies and Executives in Regulated Industries
David R. Hamill, Birgit Matthiesen
By the time you open this alert, the USMCA will have been formally and officially launched. These are still early days and there remains much to be clarified by pending rulemaking.
Ross Q. Panko, Anthony D. Peluso, Emily M. Leongini
The United States Trademark Trial and Appeal Board (TTAB) recently affirmed a refusal to register a trademark for “hemp oil extracts” when used as an ingredient in dietary supplements.
Berin S. Romagnolo, Nancy A. Noonan
Student and Exchange Visitor Program (SEVP), which is part of the Department of Homeland Security, just published a new rule stating, in general, that F-1 and M-1 foreign students cannot remain in or enter the US if they are enrolled in entirely online classes in the fall semester. 
Richard J. Krainin, Amal U. Dave, Tal M. Unrad, Bryce W. Donohue, Justin A. Goldberg, Katherine H. Hart*, Sung Soo (Steven) Yoon
Arent Fox is counseling clients on the business loan programs included in the CARES Act.
Eva J. Pulliam, Christine Chong
The California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) went into effect January 1, 2020 and Attorney General enforcement began July 1, 2020.
Ricardo Fischer, Amy (Salomon) McFarland, Jenna Loadman*
The Supreme Court finds that a “generic.com” mark can be a protectable trademark if there is evidence that consumers recognize it as a source indicator, i.e., the mark has achieved secondary meaning in association with the involved goods or services.
Anne M. Murphy
As healthcare providers turn their attention to resuming elective surgeries and procedures, it is important that this entry into the “new normal” be undertaken with care. Health care governing boards have an essential fiduciary oversight role in this process.
D. Jacques Smith, Randall A. Brater, Alexander S. Birkhold, Michael F. Dearington, Mohammed T. Farooqui, Rebecca W. Foreman, Nadia Patel, Melissa A. Trenk, Laura Zell
Headlines that Matter for Companies and Executives in Regulated Industries
Kay C. Georgi, Regan K. Alberda, Sylvia G. Costelloe *
On Monday, June 29, the Departments of Commerce and State announced that they were following through with changes to treat Hong Kong like China for exports of military and dual-use goods.
Eva J. Pulliam, Christine Chong
The California Privacy Rights and Enforcement Act (CPRA) has qualified for the November 3, 2020 ballot, according to a recent update by the California Secretary of State’s office.
Michael L. Stevens
As reported here previously, the District of Columbia Council passed the Universal Paid Leave Amendment Act of 2016, which was signed into law on February 17, 2017.
M. Scott Peeler, Lynn R. Fiorentino, Susan Tran
While gearing up to get trillions of dollars into the economy, the government was also setting in place the mechanism to investigate and prosecute fraud related to these programs.
D. Jacques Smith, Randall A. Brater, Alexander S. Birkhold, Michael F. Dearington, Mohammed T. Farooqui, Rebecca W. Foreman, Nadia Patel, Melissa A. Trenk, Laura Zell
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Luna M. Samman, Megan A. Rzonca, Diana S. Bae
The United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) is offering prioritized examination for trademark and service mark applications covering goods and services that offer COVID-19 relief.
Henry Morris, Jr.
The US Department of Labor’s Wage and Hour Division announced a policy change that is sure to please employers facing administrative FLSA back wages claims. Effective on July 1, 2020, the Division will cease to routinely pursue liquidated damages when settling those claims pre-litigation.
Richard A. Newman
There are many types of swaps: commodity swaps, foreign exchange swaps, but of primary interest to real estate lawyers are interest rate swaps. Interest rate swaps are colloquially thought of as contracts by which a naturally floating rate interest rate contract (a loan agreement or promissory note)
Linda M. Jackson, Dana J. Finberg, Nadia Patel
A 'How-To' Guide for Obtaining Remedies for Intentional, Bad Faith Conduct
Michael L. Stevens
Yesterday, the National Labor Relations Board reversed course and held that employers may discipline employees represented by a newly elected union before a collective bargaining agreement is negotiated, and without having to give the union notice and an opportunity to bargain over the discipline.
Stephanie Trunk, Erin E. Atkins
Pharmaceutical manufacturers and other stakeholders should submit comments on the Proposed Rule by July 20, 2020.
Kimberly A. Wachen, Kenneth S. Jacob, Karoline Nunez*
Effective June 20, 2020, the Federal Reserve updated its Term Sheet and Frequently Asked Questions (the “Updated FAQs”) describing the Main Street Lending Program (the “Program”) to expand the number of businesses that may be eligible to borrow under the Program.
Berin S. Romagnolo, Nancy A. Noonan
President Trump has issued an Executive Order restricting foreign nationals from entering the US in various temporary work visa categories (H-1B, H-2B, L-1, and certain J-1 categories, restricting entry of family members requiring derivative visas).
Wayne H. Matelski
The FDA has just issued a Guidance on what it considers to be appropriate Current Good Manufacturing Practices (CGMPs) for Responding to COVID-19 infections in employees in drug and biological manufacturing facilities. 
Kimberly A. Wachen, David M. Martin, Megan E. Woodward
Effective June 20, 2020, the Federal Reserve updated its Term Sheet and Frequently Asked Questions (the “Updated FAQs”) describing the Main Street Lending Program (the “Program”) to expand the number of businesses that may be eligible to borrow under the Program.