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- 06/14/2018 Becoming Predictable: Oregon’s Final Rules Help Clarify Its New Predictable Scheduling Law
- 06/12/2018 If Pain, Yes Gain—Part XLVIII: Rhode Island Releases Final Sick Leave Regulations; Effective Date is Near
- 06/05/2018 The USDA’s Proposed National Bioengineered Food Disclosure Standard
- 05/30/2018 Termination Pay Penalties: Easy to Incur, Impossible to Reduce?
- 05/29/2018 Healthcare Employers Beware: DOJ Announces Criminal Investigation of Healthcare Human Resources Practices in the Midst of the Ongoing Nursing Shortage
- 10/12/2017 The ReaList - Volume 1, Edition 4
- 06/28/2017 The ReaList - Volume 1, Edition 3
- 06/13/2017 Securities and Corporate Governance Litigation Quarterly
- 05/12/2017 The ReaList - Volume 1, Edition 2
- 04/12/2017 The ReaList - Volume 1, Edition 1
- 06/15/2018 Tamaron Houston authored a chapter in Thomson Reuters Successful Partnering Between Inside and Outside Counsel
- 06/12/2018 Richard Alfred and Kyle Petersen authored an article in Law360
- 06/08/2018 Sam Schwartz-Fenwick and Ben Conley authored an article in Bloomberg Law
- 06/01/2018 Robert Milligan and Joshua Salinas authored an article in Law360
- 06/01/2018 William Hanlon and Timothy McKeon authored an article in the ABI Journal
- 06/15/2018 Suffering From Withdrawal Following An Acquisition: Private Equity Company Liable For Successor Withdrawal Liability
- 06/15/2018 Mass. AG on the Lookout for Prohibited Criminal History Inquiries
- 06/15/2018 Seyfarth Shaw Policy Matters Newsletter – June 14, 2018
- 06/14/2018 EEOC Argues that Sexual Orientation Discrimination by a Heterosexual Person can Constitute a Protected Activity
- 06/14/2018 Supreme Court Rules that Class Actions Do Not Toll the Limitations Period for Successive Class Actions