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February 2021

Webinar: 2021 Is Going to Be a Challenging Year for California Employers

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Webinar: Navigating an Adversary Proceeding: Essential Knowledge for Litigators

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December 2020

COVID-19 Vaccines: To Mandate or Not to Mandate?

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Looking Forward at Consumer Finance Litigation in 2021: The Implementation of Federal Statutes, Regulations, and the Impact of Cases Brought Within the COVID Pandemic

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Government Enforcement in the Biden Administration: Will Everything Old Be New Again?

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Webinar: What Our Crystal Ball Tells Us May Happen on the Employment Law Front After January 20, 2021

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Webinar: Preparing for the Surge: A Primer on Understanding and Handling Bankruptcy Claims and Potential Preference Liability

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Webinar: ADA Considerations in a Technology-Driven World: Reasonable Accommodations to Website Accessibility and Everything in Between

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Webinar: Construction Bidding Trends, Practices, and Possible Outcomes in the Wake of the COVID-19 Crisis

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Webinar: The CARES Act - ERC: How To Get Tax Relief for Businesses Financially Impacted by COVID-19

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Webinar: Force Majeure and Manufacturing in the COVID-19 Pandemic

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March 2020

Webinar: The Families First Coronavirus Response Act (FFCRA) and What Employers Need To Know

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January 2019

Critical Considerations: Autonomous Vehicle Product Liability and Potential Legal Risks

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March 2017

Into the Matrix: Cyber/Data Risks and Insurance Issues for Health Care Providers (Webinar)

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February 2017

The State of Data Breach Litigation and How to Avoid It (Webinar)

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Adding up the Numbers: DOJ Announces Its False Claims Act Recoveries for 2020
Dykema, February 2021

In January 2021, the U.S. Dept. of Justice (DOJ) announced $2.2 billion in False Claims Act (FCA) recoveries for fiscal year 2020, which ended on September 30.[1] Although this amount is substantial, it nonetheless represents the smallest recovery figure in 10 years. These figures reflect the Trump administration’s unaggressive enforcement efforts and its restrictive view of the FCA. As recently as 2016, FCA recovery exceeded $4.5 billion. Recoveries in 2019 were $3.1 billion...

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Could This Little-Used FDA Submission Process Help Secure Approval for Your Medical Device?
Dykema, February 2021

The de novo medical device process is a little-used but potentially valuable means of securing approval for your medical device. The pathway was established in 1997 subject to the Federal Food Drug & Cosmetic Act, Section 513 (f) (2). It was designed to employ a risk-based strategy for novel devices that have not yet been classified. Basically, it establishes a new device type including classification, regulation, appropriate controls and product code. The device then becomes eligible to act as a predicate for new medical devices. The following describes the origins of the de novo process, how the submission process works and its potential advantages...

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2021 Notice of Tax Assessments Will Be Issued in February
Dykema, February 2021

The 2021 tax assessment of real and personal property will be determined by local Assessors in February, at which time a Notice of Assessment will be issued and mailed to property owners. Property owners should make sure to check the mail for a copy of the Notice in order to determine whether an appeal of their taxable value should be filed. Failure to receive a Notice of Assessment does not invalidate the assessment, so if one is not received, it is recommended that you contact the local Assessor’s office before March 1 to inquire...

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What Changes Are in Store for the FDA Under the Biden Administration?
Dykema, January 2021

A change in administrations from Republican to Democratic usually ushers in increased enforcement, regulation and strategic initiatives. Most of the Trump regulations and initiatives will likely be scrapped where possible. They will be replaced by rules and guidance documents that have been held in abeyance during the previous administration, as well as numerous new initiatives. The following is a brief, top-line assessment of the changes we can expect over the next four years particularly in regard to enforcement activity, pandemic countermeasures, medical devices, pharmaceuticals and biologics, food and dietary supplements and cannabis...

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The New Normal – The Consolidated Appropriations Act Temporarily Codifies Pandemic-Related Bankruptcy Relief for Commercial Tenants (But It’s Not All Bad For Landlords)
Dykema, January 2021

On December 27, 2020, the Consolidated Appropriation Act of 2021 (the “CAA”) was enacted to provide additional coronavirus stimulus and relief for businesses challenged by the ongoing COVID-19 Pandemic. In doing so, the CAA includes several targeted, but temporary, changes to the Bankruptcy Code (the “Code”) designed to provide certain debtors with greater flexibility with respect to their leases (which may negatively affect landlords) while ensuring that creditors are not penalized under the preference law for renegotiating their lease terms (which should benefit landlords)...

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