A recent article in The Wall Street Journal argues that boards may have a hidden bias towards the CEOs they chose.
On December 20, President Trump signed the SECURE Act, the biggest legislative change to the U.S. retirement system in over a decade, which will have a significant impact on qualified retirement plans and IRAs.
Fredrikson & Byron Represents Innovative Chemical Products Group in its Acquisition of Hi-Tech CoatingsCategory: Client Outcome, News
Fredrikson served as legal counsel to Audax Private Equity portfolio company Innovative Chemical Products Group, LLC.
Attorney Amanda M. Mills has joined Fredrikson & Byron as an associate in the firm’s Litigation Group.
The United States and China announced on December 13, 2019, that the two countries have reached agreement on a Phase One trade deal.
New Requirements to Extend IMMEX and PROSEC Benefits to Additional Addresses and Amendment to List of Products that Must Comply with NOMsCategory: Legal Update
Mexico’s foreign trade rules were modified by decree published on December 9, 2019. The decree includes new and revised conditions for Mexico’s IMMEX and PROSEC programs.
National Foundation for American Policy study finds historically high denial rates for H-1B petitions through the first three quarters of fiscal year 2019.
Federal Judge Places Temporary Restraining Order Against Trump Public Charge Order Requiring Proof of Health Insurance for ImmigrantsCategory: Legal Update
Federal Judge places TRO on Trump’s public charge order, preventing its application for the duration of the 28-day restraining order.
On November 12, 2019, the U.S. Supreme Court heard almost 90 minutes of oral argument on the fate of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) Program.
USCIS published its proposed Fee Increase Regulation and, to no one’s surprise, fees are increasing dramatically in a number of categories, and the Regulation also contains procedural changes to application and petition processing that go beyond mere increases in processing fees.