Haitians with TPS must reapply for employment authorization documents to continue working legally in the United States until the end of the extension period.
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A federal court granted two California counties’ motions for summary judgment and permanently enjoined the defunding and enforcement provisions of the Trump administration’s executive order with respect to “sanctuary jurisdictions.”
Acting Secretary of Homeland Security Elaine Duke is terminating TPS for Nicaragua with a delayed effective date of 12 months, to January 5, 2019.
USCIS recently announced that employers have received scam emails requesting Employment Eligibility Verification (Form I-9) information.
E-Verify employers can now request authorization from USCIS to post the trademarked E-Verify logo on their websites, presentation materials, and brochures “to let everyone know they are committed to maintaining a legal workforce.”
By J. Marc Ward
There is a little-known provision of the Iowa Business Corporation Act which gives a board of directors extraordinary power during an emergency. How might this provision affect your business?
As the holidays approach, our office has received an increase in questions regarding travel abroad. Employers and their foreign national employees should take precautions to ensure smooth travels over the holiday season.
Over a year after the Supreme Court’s decision in Halo Electronics, district courts continue to disagree over what is required to adequately plead a claim for willful infringement. The District of Minnesota is beginning to enter the fray.
By J. Marc Ward
Although backdating can be either legitimate or improper, it is often misunderstood and associated with wrongdoing.
The DOJ has announced a potentially dramatic shift in its enforcement policy with regard to the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA), the federal statute that prohibits bribery of foreign officials.