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To what extent may a company regulate employees’ use of social media?
What do health care employers need to know about the revised definition of health care providers who can be exempted from FFCRA leave?
Once there is a COVID-19 vaccine, can an employer mandate that its employees be vaccinated?
While many would define the “crop year” to be the time between harvests, that definition can cause confusion in long-term agricultural leases, especially where the tenant-farmer intends to raise different crops during the lease term.
On August 26, 2020, Minnesota Governor Tim Walz signed Emergency Executive Order 20-86, providing relief to Minnesota cooperatives.
On May 20, 2020, following much industry debate and speculation, the OCC released its final rule on CRA in an effort to modernize, strengthen, and establish more objectivity with respect to CRA regulations.
Despite the impact of COVID-19, it is safe to assume that LIBOR will still become unusable by the end of 2021. In preparation for the transition, the ARRC has published its recommended best practices to prepare for the anticipated discontinuation of LIBOR.
The pandemic-induced economic downturn has created huge stresses on owners of both residential and commercial real property. In turn, those stresses have been visited upon the lenders who have financed those properties.
The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission recently accepted a proposal by the Midcontinent Independent System Operator, Inc. to revise its tariff to allow for storage facilities to be classified as transmission-only assets in the MISO Transmission Expansion Plan and receive cost recovery under the MISO tariff on the same basis as other MTEP projects.
On August 26, 2020, the SEC adopted amendments to the definition of “accredited investor” in Rule 501(a) of Regulation D, expanding the pool of investors who may participate in private securities offerings.