The memo provides additional guidance on determining whether one job is in “the same or a similar occupational classification” as another job.
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USCIS recently updated the paper version of Form G-28, Notice of Entry of Appearance as Attorney or Representative.
The court found, among other things, that the states have shown that the threatened injury if the injunction were denied outweighed any harm that would result if the injunction were granted.
The Department of State’s Visa Bulletin for December 2015 included information on visa number availability in the coming months.
By Krithiga Ganesan & Philip M. Goldman
Many inventors have long assumed that they have a one year “grace period” in which they can file for patent protection after having publicly sold or revealed their invention. Given the evolving landscape created by the recent America Invents Act (AIA), it has now become all the more risky to rely on that thought.
Pleading patent infringement got a little bit trickier on December 1, 2015.
During the financial crisis, many banking organizations became subject to enforcement actions that required banks and bank holding companies (BHCs) to obtain approval from their regulators to pay dividends and redeem stock. At the same time, the Federal Reserve issued Supervision and Regulation Letter SR 09-4 (February 24, 2009, as revised March 27, 2009). This SR letter places ongoing restrictions on the payment of BHC dividends and the redemption of BHC stock even after enforcement actions are lifted.
Department of Justice Delays Regulations on Website Accessibility - Plaintiff Firms Send Demands Against Website Operators
On November 19, the Department of Justice announced it is further delaying issuing guidance on what is required of website operators to be compliant under the Americans with Disabilities Act.
New limited liability company (LLC) laws became effective in Minnesota and North Dakota earlier this year, ushering in a significantly different legal landscape relating to the rights and responsibilities of LLC members and management and third parties dealing with LLCs in those states. Although banks and bank holding companies are not typically structured as LLCs for regulatory reasons, banks and bank holding companies commonly establish LLC subsidiaries to engage in tangential activities such as insurance sales or holding other real estate (OREO). Therefore, it is important for banks to note the changes to the LLC laws. This article highlights some important aspects of Minnesota’s new LLC law (Minnesota’s New Act) and North Dakota’s new LLC law (North Dakota’s New Act) (or, the New Acts).