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Doing Business in the United States

In This Book: - Choice Of A Business Entity - Introduction To Federal Securities Laws - From Let’s Go Shopping To Closing: M&A Process In The United States - Employment Considerations -...more

10/16/2014 - Business Formation Choice of Entity Commercial Real Estate Market Corporate Taxes Dispute Resolution Energy Policy Environmental Policies Foreign Investment Immigration Procedures International Trade Agreements Securities Act of 1933 Securities Exchange Act

Impact of Supreme Court Pro-Employer Title VII Decisions Blunted by State Laws

On June 24th, the Supreme Court issued two important decisions that narrow the circumstances under which employers can be held liable for retaliation or harassment claims under Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964. In...more

7/9/2013 - But For Causation Causation Civil Rights Act EEOC Employer Liability Issues Harassment SCOTUS State and Local Government Supervisors Title VII UT Southwestern Medical v Nassar Vance v. Ball State University

Employers May Be Able to “Pick Off” Named Plaintiffs in FLSA Collective Actions

In its April decision in Genesis Healthcare Corp. v. Symczyk, the U.S. Supreme Court buttressed employers’ efforts to “pick off” named plaintiffs in collective actions for unpaid wages brought under the Fair Labor Standards...more

5/2/2013 - Collective Actions FLSA Genesis HealthCare Genesis Healthcare Corp. v. Symczyk Mootness

Doing Business in the U.S.

In This Issue: - Preface - Chapter 1 Choice Of A Business Entity - Chapter 2 Introduction To Federal Securities Laws - Chapter 3 From Let’S Go Shopping To Closing: U.S. M&A Process - Chapter 4...more

4/17/2013 - Anti-Bribery Anti-Money Laundering Antidumping Duties Commercial Real Estate Market Corporate Governance Corporate Taxes Dodd-Frank Environmental Policies FCPA FLSA Incentives LLC Partnerships Proxy Voting Guidelines Regulation FD Renewable Energy Reporting Requirements Sarbanes-Oxley SEC Securities Exchange Act Tax Liability

EEOC Takes Aim at Employee Releases That Bar Assisting Others With Their Own EEOC Charges

Employers have routinely asked employees who sign separation or settlement agreements to agree that they will not encourage or assist other employees in filing lawsuits or charges, subject to the caveat that the employee may...more

2/8/2013 - EEOC Employee Releases Settlement

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