On March 15, 2019, the International Centre for the Settlement of Disputes released Working Paper # 2 with comments and proposals for amendment of the ICSID Arbitration Rules.
While you were busy chipping away the snow and ice from the latest winter storm, the New York legislature proposed legislation that may chip away at an anti-rebating law that has hindered many insurtechs.
On March 12, 2019, the Securities and Exchange Commission announced it charged Lumber Liquidators Holdings Inc. with securities fraud for making fraudulent misstatements to investors.
Aerial view of overlapping highways
With recent developments in voice-controlled infotainment systems, the automotive industry seeks to bring greater connectivity between consumer brands and drivers on-the-go.
The requestor’s client provides an optional community service program for its employees. Under the program, employees engage in certain volunteer activities that either the client sponsors or the employees themselves select.
Last week, USDA’s Agricultural Marketing Service convened a webinar to accept public comments on implementing the hemp provisions included in the 2018 farm bill.
The Supreme Court recently held that, subject to a few narrow statutory exceptions, copyright owners must wait until their applications are either registered or rejected by the US Copyright Office before filing suit for infringement claims. 
Acting Administrator of the Wage & Hour Division (WHD) of the DOL issued an opinion letter taking the position that employers cannot allow employees to exhaust paid sick and other leave before designating leave as FMLA and having it count against their 12- or 26- week entitlement.
After a two year transitional period, Section 500.11 of the New York State Department of Financial Services’ Cybersecurity Regulation, which addresses third-party security, is in force as of March 1, 2019.
New York-based company Cure Encapsulations, Inc. and its owner Naftula Jacobowitz, settled Federal Trade Commission charges that the company paid a third-party website to write and post fake reviews for a weight-loss supplement on an independent retail website and made false and unsubstantiated clai
After announcing in December that it would intervene in a qui tam action under the False Claims Act against Sutter Health and Palo Alto Medical Foundation (PAMF), the US Department of Justice filed its complaint-in-intervention in the Northern District of California on March 4, 2019.
The ongoing process of reform to the ICSID Rules has prompted renewed attention to the place of investor-state mediation.
Regulations recently adopted in the District of Columbia require nonprofits (whether formed under DC law or formed under the laws of another jurisdiction) that enjoy real property, personal property, franchise, or sales tax exemption to re-file with the District once every five years.
Arent Fox has successfully procured another patent for Acronis, a leading provider of cloud backup and data management services, covering a new technology for watermarking digital content using a blockchain network.
What’s a few billion dollars in R&D among competitors?
The Singapore International Arbitration Centre continues to cement its reputation as a leading arbitral venue.
Kim Kardashian West has filed suit against Missguided USA Finance Inc. and Missguided Limited, in the US district court for the Central District of California, alleging right of publicity violations and trademark infringement.
The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and USDA’s Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS) last week announced a formal regulatory framework on the oversight of cell-cultured meat products.
Health care trades or businesses in which real estate is a necessary component in the delivery of health care goods and services should be aware of the business interest deduction limitation that was enacted at the end of 2017 and became effective for tax years beginning after December 31, 2017.
On March 4, the Trump Administration announced the termination of India and Turkey as recipients of the Generalized System of Preferences, on grounds that neither country adheres to the program’s statutory eligibility criteria.
Health Care Partner Douglas Grimm and Associate Hillary Stemple authored an article for the March 2019 edition of Compliance Today titled “Telemedicine: A review of the fraud and abuse landscape.”