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When are Universities and Executive Agencies “State Actors” for Antitrust Immunity?

More than fifty years ago, the Supreme Court formalized the “state-action antitrust immunity” doctrine - a judge-made rule that certain state governmental conduct is immune from challenge under the federal antitrust laws....more

Legal issues for those running a construction business (cybersecurity, competition and employment law)

In this section, we round up recent articles from our colleagues in other practice areas that will interest those running construction businesses and their human resources teams. This edition focuses on cybersecurity...more

Antitrust Claims: The Next Battleground For Gig Employers

As we have discussed previously, Uber has been caught up in a number of public legal disputes. At the forefront of Uber’s legal issues are ongoing disputes over whether Uber drivers will be considered employees or independent...more

Your daily dose of financial news The Brief – 6.6.16

Some thoughts about why the relatively dismal May employment numbers (just 38k jobs added) isn’t really as bad as it would seem on first glance...more

FTC Releases New Guidance on FCRA Compliance for Employment Background Screening Companies

The FTC has released new guidance aimed at helping companies that conduct background screenings for employment purposes to determine whether they are “consumer reporting agencies” within the meaning of the federal FCRA....more

Health Update - May 2016

Actions to Advance Infant and Early Childhood Mental Health - Editor's Note: Children's earliest experiences—both positive and negative—impact their brain formation and in turn their social and emotional, physical,...more

Employment Law Navigator – Week in Review: May 2016 #3

Last week, news broke that Nicola Thorp, a UK temp worker assigned to PwC, was sent home for violating her temp agency’s dress code by failing to wear high heels. Portico, the agency, explained that the policy requiring...more

New Guidance Issued on FCRA Compliance in Employee Screening

The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) has issued new guidance to help background screening companies comply with the Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA) when conducting background checks on current or prospective employees. The new...more

FTC issues new FCRA guidance for employment background screening companies

The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) issued new guidance for employment background screening companies containing information on how to comply with the Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA). One of the key elements of this new...more

FTC Releases Updated FCRA Guidance On Background Checks

On May 10, 2016, the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) released a new publication related to background checks and the Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA) titled What Employment Background Screening Companies Need to Know About the...more

South Carolina Court of Appeals Says 150-Mile Geographic Restriction in Non-Compete is Unreasonable

South Carolina courts evaluate the enforceability of non-compete provisions executed in the employment context and in connection with the sale of the business under the same reasonableness test. To be enforceable in South...more

Brexit Insights - Setting the Scene

At present, the only thing that appears certain about Brexit is the uncertainty that it poses for UK and EU businesses. The referendum on the 23rd June will determine whether the UK should remain part of the EU or...more

Automotive Law Group News: Appellate Court Win for Massachusetts State Auto Dealers Association

Murtha Cullina's automotive industry team achieved a victory on behalf of the Massachusetts State Automobile Dealers Association on March 17, 2016 when the Massachusetts Appeals Court voted unanimously to affirm the dismissal...more

China Aims to Strengthen Regulations on Commercial Bribery

Recently, the Legal Affairs Office of the State Council released draft amendments (Draft Amendments) to the Anti-Unfair Competition Law (AUCL) of the People’s Republic of China (PRC) for public comments. The Draft Amendments...more

How Not to Fire a Surgeon

It could be the Mean Girls sequel we have been anxiously awaiting: a Napa Valley surgeon alleges that his colleagues and area hospitals ruined his reputation and eliminated his practice in violation of federal antitrust...more

Benefits Litigation Update – Spring 2016

A Publication from Epstein Becker Green and The ERISA Industry Committee Epstein Becker Green and The ERISA Industry Committee (“ERIC”) are pleased to release the current issue of the Benefits Litigation Update...more

Bleak House on the Jersey Shore

Remember Jarndyce v. Jarndyce in the Charles Dickens classic Bleak House? The case drags on for so long that the only winners are the lawyers? (Not that that’s all bad.) Well, Jarndyce is playing out in a medical staff...more

[Webinar] Practical Guidance for U.S. Companies Expanding into Europe Through Commercial Arrangements - April 6th, 9am PST, 11am...

Please join us for a discussion focused on providing practical guidance to U.S. multi-national companies looking to grow their businesses in the European market. Panelists will consider various types of commercial...more

Employer Anti-Poaching Agreements. A Tale of Disney Legal Troubles

Once upon a time, the Plaintiff in a shareholder derivative suit pending against Disney and its former and current board members claimed that commencing in the mid-1980s, companies in the animation business—including Pixar...more

BakerHostetler 2015 Year-End Review of Class Actions

The BakerHostetler 2015 Class Action Year-End Review offers a summary of some of the key developments in class-action litigation during the past year. The 2015 Year-End Review is a joint project of the firm’s Class Action...more

Wage Suppression Antitrust Class Allegations Against Oracle Dismissed As Untimely

A 2009 Department of Justice (“DOJ”) investigation of the employment and recruitment practices of a number of Silicon Valley technology companies resulted in DOJ lawsuits against seven companies, followed by consent decrees...more

Is the Washington Legislature Caching Out Noncompete Agreements? How This Change Might Affect Your Ability to Protect Your...

For tech giants like Microsoft and Amazon, and any number of emerging tech companies, tech professionals are a hot commodity in the state of Washington. No doubt, the competition is fierce here in Seattle and within the...more

Health Update - January 2016

The Megatrends Reshaping Healthcare: Managing Change and Maximizing Opportunity - Editor's Note: In 2013, Manatt Health identified 10 megatrends that would reinvent the healthcare marketplace across the next decade. In a...more

Corridors - January 2016 - News for North Carolina Hospitals

Final Stark Rule Changes Adopt New Exceptions For Hospitals and Significant Clarifications - In the Medicare Fee Schedule Final Rule with Comment Period for calendar year 2016, the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid...more

Are Your Sales Practices Too Aggressive?

The Trade Descriptions Ordinance (TDO) prohibits traders from engaging in aggressive commercial practices, including harassment, coercion, or exerting undue influence on customers. DLA Piper explores what employers and...more

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