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Food and Beverage News and Trends - April 2014

This regular publication by DLA Piper lawyers focuses on helping clients navigate the ever-changing business, legal and regulatory landscape. - Food industry opposes trans fat bar, proposes setting limitations. Major...more

Alfred The Great, GE And The Management Of Third Party Risk

I am currently studying Medieval England including the reign of Alfred the Great. As you might expect with someone monikered as ‘The Great’ he is certainly considered right up there with the greatest Kings of England. Not...more

Courts Conducting the Whistleblowing

Whistleblowing is prevalent in the news. Edward Snowden and Bradley Manning captured our attention. As more claims emerge from workplaces, additional whistleblowing lawsuits are challenging the courts to define and interpret...more

Deutsche Bank Files $666 Million Suit Against GE Capital

On September 13, Deutsche Bank, acting in its capacity as Trustee of the Morgan Stanley ABS Capital I Inc. Trust, Series 2007-HE6 (the Trust), filed a lawsuit in the United States District Court for the District of...more

Staffing Agency Employee May Sue Multiple Employers for Wrongful Discharge, Federal Court Rules

Whose employee is it anyway? The answer may be everyone’s. Companies who use staffing agencies to supply workers may be considered joint employers of those workers, even if the staffing agency hires and pays the...more

Fifth Circuit’s Recent Dodd-Frank Whistleblower Ruling May Benefit Employers

In Brief - Decision contradicts regulatory guidance from the Securities and Exchange Commission and raises the prospect of employers facing fewer frivolous anti-retaliation lawsuits....more

FSOC Designates AIG And GECC As Nonbank Financial Companies

FSOC has designated the following as nonbank financial companies...more

Federal Regulators Set to Name Firms as "Systemically Important"

On June 3, several media outlets reported that the Financial Stability Oversight Council (FSOC) voted to provide notice to certain nonbank financial firms that they would be deemed "systemically important."...more

Renewable Energy Update -- June 13, 2013

Renewable Energy Focus - DOE issues geothermal project development roadmap: Electric Power and Light News - Jun 6 -- The U.S. Energy Department (DOE) issued a geothermal energy regulatory roadmap to help developers...more

Now the Fun Begins: FSOC Proposes the First Three Nonbank SIFIs

In a June 3, 2013 closed-door meeting, the Financial Stability Oversight Council (“FSOC”) voted to propose the designation of three financial services companies — American International Group (“AIG”), Prudential Financial and...more

Renewable Energy Update -- April 23, 2013

Renewable Energy Focus - ..Weakest quarter for clean energy investment since 2009, Bloomberg - Apr 14: Global investment in clean energy in the first three months of 2013 was lower than in any quarter for the...more

Companies Seek Approval To Expand Manufacturing In U.S. Foreign Trade Zones by Joshua Snead

At least 15 applications have been submitted during 2013 for permission from the Foreign Trade Zones (“FTZ”) Board to commence or expand manufacturing activities in U.S. FTZs. Several such applications have been approved. The...more

GE Takes Over Top Spot in Ranking of World's Largest Wind Turbine Manufacturers

According to a statement released earlier this month by BTM Consult, a division of Navigant, General Electric passed Denmark-based Vestas Wind Systems in 2012 as the world's largest manufacturer of wind turbines....more

Missouri Court Denies Conditional Certification Of Off-The-Clock Case

In some respects, one of the most difficult types of wage and hours lawsuits are so-called “off-the-clock” cases in which the employer has promulgated lawful time-keeping and compensation policies, but the plaintiffs contend...more

Chesapeake Lighthouses and Lighting the Way for Compliance

In the winter 2013 issue of the Colonial Williamsburg magazine is an article by Michael Lombardi, entitled “Lighthouses Marked the Shoals of the Commerce Clause”. In this article, Lombardi wrote about four lighthouses...more

Corporate Law Report: U.S. Manufacturing, Social Media, Online Endorsements, Hart Scott Rodino, More [Video]

Watch our latest Corporate Law Report for: a word of caution from Pillsbury on using endorsement as part of your online advertising; enforcement predictions for 2013 from Mike Volkov; social media for global corporations from...more

Renewable Energy Update -- January 15, 2013

In This Issue: Renewable Energy Focus - Thermal Energy Storage Market to Reach $3.6 Billion Worldwide by 2020; Ocotillo Wind Project Now Delivering Power Via Sunrise Powerlink Transmission Line; Navy signs off on solar...more

Positive Developments Improve The Business Case For Returning Manufacturing To The United States By Pat Togni

Encouraging reports regarding what could become an intensifying renewal of manufacturing in the United States are beginning to emerge after decades of decline. This development suggests a strong business case for substantial...more

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