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On April 2, 2015, USCIS announced that it had accepted and approved a sufficient number of H-2B petitions to meet the congressionally mandated annual cap of 66,000 H-2B visas. From June 3, 2014, through March 26, 2015, USCIS accepted about 3,900 petitions (about 77,000 beneficiaries) toward the H-2B FY 2015 cap.
USCIS seeks public comments on proposed changes to E-Verify.
We note that in June the U.S. Supreme Court decided two important immigration cases with potentially far-reaching implications.
Magistrate Judge Leung considered this question in Stratasys, Inc. v. Microboards Technology, LLC.
Proposed Changes to FLSA Rules Would Make Millions Eligible for Overtime by More Than Doubling Minimum Salary
The U.S. Department of Labor issued long-awaited proposed revisions to its “white collar” regulations, which exempt certain employees from overtime pay under the FLSA.
Invalidity opinions of counsel remain an important tool for mitigating patent infringement risk.
As a transactional lawyer, what are the key things that you should focus on in due diligence to determine whether the trade secret your client is considering acquiring is treasure or trash?
Last year Congress tried to pass a bill aimed at curbing abusive patent litigation initiated by so-called “patent trolls.” This year, the push for legislation has been revived.
Patent holders bringing infringement suits sometimes unnecessarily assert that a competitor infringes an unreasonable number of patent claims.