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Africa Projects, a curated collection of resources and articles on the development and financing of power, energy, and infrastructure projects on the African continent
Hunton Andrews Kurth LLP, October 2021

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Five Law Firm Interviewing Tips for 3Ls (or Any Lawyer)
Bradley Arant Boult Cummings LLP, October 2021

[!<CDATA[ I have worked at two law firms and participated in dozens of interviews at both with associate candidates. Whether you are interviewing in person or remotely, there are questions for which you should always be prepared. In addition, there is information you should be ready to provide even if you are not asked for it directly. The following are the five things that I believe every law student should know before interviewing with a law firm. 1...

Constructive dismissal and mitigation of damages: Is there an obligation to accept another position offered by the employer?
Lavery Lawyers, October 2021

The Supreme Court of Canada has previously addressed this issue in Evans v. Teamsters Local Union No. 31 1 and concluded that, in certain circumstances, when an employer offers a new position to a dismissed employee, the latter may have to accept it in order to mitigate their losses. A few years later, in 2108805 Ontario inc. vs...

Happy Birthday, P.G. Wodehouse!, American Greatness
Hunton Andrews Kurth LLP, October 2021

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Subpoena Defense Cost Ruling Gets Insurance Law Wrong, Law360
Hunton Andrews Kurth LLP, October 2021

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WOSB/EDWOSB amendments to the FAR are here
Bradley Arant Boult Cummings LLP, October 2021

[!<CDATA[ Bradley Arant Boult Cummings LLP attorneys Aron C. Beezley and Sarah Osborne examine proposed changes to the Federal Acquisition Regulation and highlight how they affect women-owned small businesses seeking a government contract...

2021 Legislative Update: Housing Advocates Score Key Wins
Hanson Bridgett LLP, October 2021

Housing Highlights Throughout California, most single-family zoned parcels may now be split into two lots, with up to four primary residences. Density bonus applications may no longer be rejected if a proposed waiver of development standards will cause specific adverse impacts on the physical environment. Developers’ ability to lock in development standards under SB 330 and the Housing Accountability Act has been extended from 2025 to 2030...

Jersey: A clear route to market
Carey Olsen, October 2021

There has been an increase in market capitalisation of Jersey listed companies on global exchanges from £269 billion in 2014 to £278.9 billion in 2021. Furthermore, The International Stock Exchange (TISE) has seen the number of listings increase from 2,272 in 2016 to 3,431 securities on its official list at end of June 2021. These are just some examples which explain why Jersey is now regarded as a premier international finance centre...

New exemptions align Jersey’s prospectus rules with familiar UK/EU exemptions
Carey Olsen, October 2021

The current prospectus rules The current Jersey definition of “prospectus” has often meant that a securities offer by a Jersey company is a prospectus for Jersey law purposes, even where an exemption from the obligation to produce an approved prospectus is available in other jurisdictions in which the offer will be circulated...

Qui Tam Order Shows Concern Over FCA Plaintiffs' Leverage
Bradley Arant Boult Cummings LLP, October 2021

[!<CDATA[ Liability under the False Claims Act can result in potentially enormous payouts to individuals — and sometimes to companies — who alert the government to allegations of health care fraud. The payouts to the whistleblower or relator, which can be as much as 30% of the proceeds of the action or settlement, do not always attract those with valid claims...

Opaque Price Transparency Requirements for Payors and Providers
Dinsmore & Shohl LLP, October 2021

The only thing crystal clear about health care price transparency requirements at the moment is that the government will continue implementing new price transparency laws, regulations, and rules...

Fall 2021 Diversity and Inclusion Newsletter
Hunton Andrews Kurth LLP, October 2021

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AI Hiring Tools Could Draw Increased EEOC Scrutiny, Law360
Hunton Andrews Kurth LLP, October 2021

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Deviation: Ensuring Adequate COVID-19 Safety Protocols for Federal Contractors
Schwabe, Williamson & Wyatt, October 2021

The Department of Defense (DoD) and the Civilian Agency Acquisition Council (CAAC) have both issued new Class Deviations from the FARs that implement Executive Order 14042, Ensuring Adequate COVID Safety Protocols for Federal Contractors (i.e., the federal contractor vaccine mandate)...

New Law Requires Certification of Medical Directors in Skilled Nursing Facilities and Imposes New Reporting Requirements
Hanson Bridgett LLP, October 2021

Key Points Skilled nursing facilities must ensure their medical directors are certified within five years of the date of hire or by January 1, 2027, for medical directors already working in a SNF SNFs must report medical director certification status to CDPH by June 30, 2022 SNFs must report medical director changes to CDPH within 10 days of the change Effective January 1, 2022, a skilled nursing facility (SNF) will be prohibited from contracting with a medical director unless

USTR Announces Process for Reinstating Certain Section 301 China Tariff Product Exclusions
Dinsmore & Shohl LLP, October 2021

     The United States Trade Representative (USTR) announced a period for public comment on whether Section 301 product exclusions should be reinstated for certain Chinese-origin goods. The product exclusions eligible for potential reinstatement are the relatively small subset of exclusions for which the USTR had both previously granted an exclusion and an extension of the exclusion...

Buchalter TCPA Digest: The FCC Reassigned Number Database Is About to Go Live. Are You Ready?
Buchalter, October 2021

October 12, 2021 By: Artin Betpera Calls to reassigned numbers have presented an endless source of legal risk for any company that calls or texts consumers for informational or marketing purposes. Reassigned number class actions brought under the Telephone Consumer Protection Act have resulted in eight-figure settlements, and present unique challenges when defending...

Abuse of the grievance arbitration process: Arbitrators rule in favour of employers
Lavery Lawyers, October 2021

An employer grievance is a means that employers can use to obtain compensation for material damages caused by pressure tactics or to recover overpayments resulting from a union? S wrongdoing. Such a recourse can also be filed to claim damages and legal fees from a union that has abused the grievance arbitration process, in particular by raising grounds that are unfounded or filing applications that are dilatory, or doing either in bad faith...

Potential Opportunity Remains to Protect the Right to Seek a Refund of List 3 and List 4a Section 301 China Tariffs
Dinsmore & Shohl LLP, October 2021

Companies that have imports from China subject to List 3 and List 4a Section 301 tariffs may still have an opportunity to protect their right to seek a refund from the U.S. Government. To do so, a company would need to file a lawsuit in the Court of International Trade (CIT) challenging the List 3 and/or List 4a tariffs as unauthorized under the Trade Act of 1974 and implemented in violation of the Administrative Procedure Act...

Important Bermuda judgment on the role of protectors in offshore trusts
Carey Olsen, October 2021

In the Matter of the X Trusts [2021] SC (Bda) 72 Civ (7 September 2021) Assistant Justice Dr Ian R.C. Kawaley of the Supreme Court of Bermuda has handed down significant guidance to assist in the understanding of this important relationship in offshore trusts...

Court Of Appeal Provides A New Weapon For Employers Regarding PAGA Claims—Manageability
Buchalter, October 2021

By Robert S. Cooper The California Court of Appeal issued a landmark decision on September 9, 2021, upholding a trial court’s striking (dismissing) of a PAGA lawsuit because Plaintiff could not establish that trial of the matter would be “manageable” in court.  In Wesson v...

Three Ways the Pandemic is Impacting Litigation Costs
Schwabe, Williamson & Wyatt, October 2021

Twenty months in, Covid-19 continues to demand that we exercise flexibility and adaptation as it identifies winners and losers. The pandemic has had a significant impact on the practice of law and businesses that are involved in, or contemplating, litigation. Those who have been involved in litigation know that it can be expensive in “normal” times. Here are three ways the pandemic has impacted the costs associated with litigation. Time to trial...

Latest Federal Court Cases, 10/11/21
Schwabe, Williamson & Wyatt, October 2021

Kannuu Pty Ltd. v. Samsung Electronics Co., Appeal No. 2021-1638 (Fed. Cir. Oct. 7, 2021) In our Case of the Week, the Federal Circuit addressed whether a forum selection clause in an NDA may prohibit a party from petitioning for an inter partes review with the PTAB.  Kannuu filed a motion for a preliminary injunction, asking the district court to compel Samsung to withdraw their petitions.  The district court denied the motion, and Kannuu appealed...

Article III standing still proving to be a formidable defense to environmental citizen suits, Westlaw Today
Hunton Andrews Kurth LLP, October 2021

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Brown Act in a Time of Pandemic: the Governor Vetoes AB 339
Hanson Bridgett LLP, October 2021

Key Points Governor Newsom vetoed AB 339. AB 361 will continue to operate as currently construed. On October 7, 2021, Governor Newsom vetoed Assembly Bill (AB) 339 (Lee), a bill aimed at addressing Brown Act teleconferencing requirements for large public entities. AB 339 sought to add special rules for meetings of city councils or county board of supervisors that govern jurisdictions containing at least 250,000 people...

 

 

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