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New Year, New Laws for Real Property Practitioners

Were you able to keep track of the new legislative changes that may affect your real property practice? Don’t worry, we did and here are some key changes every California real property lawyer needs to know....more

This could be U! Explorando as possibilidades do Visto “U”

Panorama - Muitos imigrantes vêm para os Estados Unidos em busca de liberdade política e econômica, assim como segurança física. Infelizmente, muitos imigrantes podem ser vítimas de crimes quanto estão nos Estados...more

State Employment Laws That Every Virginia Employer Should Know

Keeping track of the latest changes to federal employment laws, such as the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), the Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA), and the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA), to name just a few, is hard...more

An Introduction to Victim Rights in Arizona

No one expects to be the victim of a crime. Regardless of the nature of the crime, victims and their family members often suffer significant emotional, psychological, financial, and physical trauma. Victims and their family...more

New York State Passes Campus Sexual Assault Law

On June 17, 2015, the New York State Legislature passed legislation governing how colleges and universities address sexual assault, dating violence, domestic violence and stalking. The governor is expected to sign it...more

DOJ Unveils New Cyber Security Unit and Urges Cyber Attack Victims to Cooperate with Post-Breach Investigations

In a recent speech at the Georgetown Cyber Security Law Institute, Assistant Attorney General Leslie Caldwell outlined the recent activities of a new Cyber Security Unit created within the Justice Department’s Computer Crime...more

Law à la Mode - Edition 16 - May 2015 (Global)

In This Issues: - Key Considerations: For Negotiating Electronic Point Of Sale Solution Agreements - Fashion Forward And Tech Savvy: The Co-Branding Of Wearable Technologies - The Internet Of Things: The...more

Reasonable Suspicion of a Crime in a Long-Term Care Facility and OIG Findings

On June 17, 2011, CMS published a memorandum detailing the reporting requirements when there is a reasonable suspicion of a crime in a long-term care facility as required by section 1150B of the Social Security Act....more

A Review of New York’s Proposed Sexual Violence Legislation – Part 3: Notice of Victim’s Rights

New York’s proposed legislation contains extensive provisions dealing with victims’ rights. Specifically, Section 6442 of the legislation requires adoption of a Victim and Survivor Bill of Rights that provides for the right...more

Second Circuit Lays Out New Rules for Restitution

On February 6, 2015, the United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit decided an appeal, United States v. Cuti, which interpreted the restitution provisions of the Victims and Witnesses Protection Act (VWPA). The...more

Department of Justice Releases Report on Rape and Sexual Assault Victimization Among College-Age Women

Late last week, a Special Report on Rape and Sexual Assault Victimization Among College-Age Females (“Report”), for the period 1995-2013, was issued. The results are based on information taken from the U.S. Department of...more

December 2014: Securities and Structured Finance Litigation Update

Recent Cases Signal That Victims of Terrorist Attacks May Be Able to Collect Damages from Financial Institutions. A pair of decisions from the United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit and United States District...more

New Massachusetts Law Entitles Employees to Domestic Violence Leave

On August 8, 2014, Massachusetts Governor Deval Patrick signed into law a far-reaching Act designed to combat the problems of domestic violence. Notably, the Act became effective immediately upon the Governor signing it into...more

Effective Immediately: Employers Required to Grant Employees Domestic Violence Leave

What you need to know: Massachusetts Governor Deval Patrick recently signed a law, effective immediately, that requires employers with 50 or more employees to grant up to 15 days of leave from work if an employee or a...more

Domestic Violence Leave Becomes Law in Massachusetts

Massachusetts Governor Deval Patrick signed into law An Act Relative to Domestic Violence on August 8, 2014.This far-reaching law, which institutes reforms throughout the criminal justice system, mandates that all public and...more

Domestic Violence Leave Now Mandated in Massachusetts

On August 8, 2014, Massachusetts Governor Deval Patrick signed sweeping new legislation in the area of domestic violence—M.G.L. c. 260 entitled “An Act relative to domestic violence.” The new law is effective immediately and...more

Massachusetts Enacts Domestic Violence Leave for Employees

On August 8, 2014, Governor Deval Patrick signed into law a bill relating to domestic violence. Among other provisions, the law creates a new category of job-protected leave for employees. Massachusetts employers with 50 or...more

The Federal Victim-Witness Act

If you or someone you know has been the victim of a crime, or if you have been called to testify before a federal grand jury or trial, you may have questions about what you can expect as a case works its way through the...more

U.S. House Approves Law Targeting Sex Trafficking Ads, Threatens to Undermine Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act

On May 20, 2014, the U.S. House of Representatives passed the Stop Advertising Victims of Exploitation Act of 2014 (“SAVE Act”). If enacted, the bill would expose websites and other media to federal criminal penalties for...more

A Victory For Crime Victims In Eleventh Circuit

In a decision that will surely have implications for criminal defendants and victims of crimes, on April 18, 2014, the Eleventh Circuit ordered federal authorities to disclose correspondence that took place between Palm Beach...more

Crime Victims Win Victory In The Eleventh Circuit

In a decision that will surely have implications for criminal defendants and victims’ of crimes, on Friday, April 18, 2014, the Eleventh Circuit ordered federal authorities to disclose correspondence that took place between...more

Foreign Judgment in Criminal Fraud Action Enforceable in New York

A New York Appellate Court held for the first time that a judgment issued by a foreign country’s criminal court awarding monetary compensation to a fraud victim is civil, not penal in nature, and therefore enforceable in New...more

Act Now Advisory: Amendments to the District of Columbia's Accrued Sick and Safe Leave Act of 2008

Since 2008, the District of Columbia's Accrued Sick and Safe Leave Act ("ASSLA") has required D.C. employers to provide employees with paid leave (i) to care for themselves or their family members, and (ii) for work absences...more

13 Changes To California Law In 2014: What Employers Need To Know

Every new year brings employment law changes for California’s employers and, while the Affordable Care Act has taken the spotlight for 2014, a vast array of employment laws deserve special attention from California employers...more

Getting Down To Business: Highlights Of New California Employment Laws

With the start of the new year, it is the perfect time for employers to ensure that their policies reflect the changes in California law. We covered many of the laws affecting employers in our “California Legislative Update...more

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