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NC Legislative Update for March 2015 #3

Last Week - Session came to a sudden halt Monday evening in the Senate after a three-judge panel ruled with Gov. McCrory in a separation of powers lawsuit against the state legislature. The Governor filed the suit…more
| Commercial Law & Contracts, Elections & Politics, Energy & Utilities, Taxation

SC Public Policy Update - March 2015 #3

What's New - On Tuesday, the House amended and gave final reading to the General Appropriations and Capital Reserve Fund Bills. Several House members took to the House floor to discuss their opinions of the budget. There…more
| Elections & Politics, Labor & Employment Law, Health

NC Legislative Update

This Week - Freshman legislators finally got some insight into what to expect throughout the session, with their first full week of activity. The week was fast paced, with long days, as lawmakers acted upon a number of…more
| Elections & Politics, Environmental Law, Health, Insurance, Taxation

SC Public Policy Update - March 2015: After a long week of debate, the House adopted its version of the budget last Thursday night and the Senate spent last week working through their Calendar, carrying over the majority of bills on the uncontested calendar...

What's New - After a long week of debate, the House adopted its version of the budget last Thursday night. The Budget included $7 billion in spending. However, a proposal to borrow $500 million for building projects was…more
| Education, Elections & Politics, Energy & Utilities, Finance & Banking, Health

The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau's case against Corinthian Colleges - Blog: Consumer Financial Protection Bureau

My most recent blog entries have been focused on the CFPB’s new mortgage servicing rules and the Flagstar Bank enforcement case. I’m going to switch gears for a moment and take a look at the Corinthian Colleges case…more
| Administrative Law, Civil Remedies, Education, Finance & Banking, Consumer Protection

SC Public Policy Update - March 2015: After weeks of delays and cancellations due to inclement weather across the state, the General Assembly finally had a full week debating and passing bills...

What's New - After weeks of delays and cancellations due to inclement weather across the state, the General Assembly finally had a full week debating and passing bills and working in committees…more
| Elections & Politics, Finance & Banking, Health, Taxation, Transportation

NC Legislative Update for March 2015

This Week - Legislative activity resumed to a normal pace at the North Carolina General Assembly after being interrupted by two weeks of winter weather. The Governor released his budget proposal and the lawmakers were…more
| Education, Elections & Politics, Finance & Banking, Health, Transportation

Domestic Violence and the Workplace: Mitigating the Risks

On February 5, just after the lunch hour at the University of South Carolina in Columbia, the ex-wife of a popular public health professor entered the campus office where the professor conducted cancer research and shot him to…more
| Labor & Employment Law

NC Legislative Update for February 2015 #4

This Week: After last week’s hiatus, more snow on Tuesday and Thursday further delayed legislative activity in the halls of the North Carolina General Assembly. The House went home Tuesday morning concluding its business…more
| Elections & Politics

SC Public Policy Update - February 2015 #4: The Senate spent most of the week continuing their discussion of S.3, the domestic violence bill, while the House debated and passed a few bills...

What's New - The House of Representatives and Senate were in session on Tuesday and Wednesday but canceled session on Thursday due to inclement weather across the State. The Senate spent most of the week continuing their…more
| Elections & Politics

NC Legislative Update for February 2015 #3

The North Carolina General Assembly this week did not live up to Speaker Moore’s (R-Cleveland) warning that the “quiet days” at the NCGA were done. Inclement weather postponed any planned legislative action on Tuesday and most…more
| Elections & Politics

SC Public Policy Update - February 2015 #3

What's New - Even after starting late because of inclement weather in the Upstate, the House of Representatives and Senate were in session this week and also held subcommittees and committees meetings…more
| Elections & Politics

To pay or not to pay? Court holds employer is not obligated to pay for attendance at mandatory treatment program

Although most employers are aware that an employee’s time spent working is generally compensable, the question of what actually constitutes compensable “working time” under the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) is an area fraught…more
| Labor & Employment Law

Tax Alert: Three Critical Letters from the IRS - Why not to ignore them, what they mean and how to respond

All correspondence from the Internal Revenue Service should be taken seriously; however, some letters and notices have more legal consequences than others…more
| Administrative Law, Taxation

NC Legislative Update - February 2015 #2

Budget Season Comes Early - On Tuesday and Wednesday, the various Appropriations committees met for their first round of joint House and Senate meetings to review their respective provisions of the previous year’s base…more
| Elections & Politics, Energy & Utilities, Taxation
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