By a bipartisan vote of 260-165, the U.S. House of Representatives passed legislation intended to ease the agricultural labor shortage.
The Trump administration recently published its regulatory agenda and, of interest to employers, will redefine the term “specialty occupation.”
Oregon-based Judge Michael Simon ruled that the October 2019 Presidential Proclamation “is inconsistent” with the Immigration and Nationality Act.
Minnesota’s Medical Alley is a leading health care center anchored by world-class providers, technology companies and payors near Rochester, Minnesota.
Scott Johnson has joined Fredrikson & Byron as a shareholder in the Litigation and Intellectual Property Groups.
The process of preparing H-1B petitions is changing this year, for the Fiscal Year 2021 H-1B lottery.
On December 30, the SEC published a statement highlighting a number of potential areas of focus for audit committees as the 2019 calendar year-end financial reporting season approaches.
SEC Issues Guidance on Disclosure of IP and Technology Risks Associated with International OperationsCategory: Legal Update
On December 19, the SEC issued guidance on disclosure obligations that companies should consider with respect to intellectual property and technology risks that may result from conducting business outside the United States.
On December 19, the SEC issued updated guidance to assist registrants with the submission of “traditional” confidential treatment requests under Rules 406 and 24b-2. Confidential treatment applications under these rules used to be the primary method for companies to protect confidential information filed in materials contracts.
On December 18, the SEC proposed amendments to the definition of “accredited investor” in Rule 501(a) of Regulation D to allow more investors to participate in private securities offerings.