Fredrikson & Byron acted as co-legal counsel with Kirkland & Ellis LLP to Audax Private Equity, leading capital partner for North American middle market companies, in completing the sale of Protective Industrial Products to Odyssey Investment Partners, LLC.
The second round of COVID-19 stimulus that was just signed into law includes extensions to renewable energy tax credits for solar, wind and other renewable energy projects as well as a standalone investment tax credit for offshore wind.
Attorney Anthony J. Kupstis has joined Fredrikson & Byron as an associate in the Mergers & Acquisitions and Private Equity Groups.
Late December 21, 2020, Congress passed the Consolidated Appropriations Act of 2021 containing additional COVID-19 relief for taxpayers and a provision that allows employers to amend their health and dependent care flexible spending account plans.
When faced with a difficult decision on whether to make a payment consider the powerful impact of the voluntary payment doctrine.
Now that the EEOC has issued guidance on COVID-19 vaccinations, what should employers know about vaccinations and whether to require them?
A U.S. district court vacated a memorandum issued by Chad Wolf, which made certain changes to the DACA program, and ordered DHS to reopen the program to new applications.
A U.S. district court vacated two interim final rules promulgated by DOL and DHS that made important changes to the H-1B program.
Senate-Passed Bill Would Remove Per-Country Limits on All Employment-Based Immigrant Visa Categories; Includes Controversial ProvisionsCategory: Legal Update
The bill now returns to the U.S. House of Representatives.
A DOS spokesperson said that no current visas would be revoked as a result of the policy changes.