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A recent Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) change to Rule 506 of Regulation D under the Securities Act of 1933 may provide an additional tool for bankers considering a capital raise.
Health Care Reform Update: Anticipated Final Regulations Issued on Employer Mandate, Including New Phase-In Rules
The Affordable Care Act final regulations were recently published.
The National Examination Program (NEP) of the Securities and Exchange Commission’s Office of Compliance Inspections and Examinations published its 2014 examination priorities.
Employers may submit cap-subject H-1B petitions again on April 1, 2014, for the fiscal year (FY) 2015 H-1B program.
Supreme Court affirms time spent changing clothes is not compensable.
Medicare Providers and Suppliers Should Continue to Appeal Improper Denials, Despite Two Year Delay in Appeal Processing
The already long wait for a “day in court” is now even longer.
Square Peg Meet Round Hole – Do Design Defects Breach a Warranty Against Defects in Material or Workmanship?
Read and find out what the Eighth Circuit Court decided.
The Federal Circuit recently made an important clarification to the doctrine of patent exhaustion.
Corporate governance remains a key topic for corporations and their boards of directors.
Is it now possible to get a patent on the broad strokes of an invention while at the same time creating potentially never-ending trade secret protection on the cleverest aspects of the invention? No, but this may change.