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California Proposition 65 Regulations Overhaul

The California Office of Environmental Health Hazard Assessment (OEHHA) proposes to repeal existing regulations and replace them with newer regulations to further the “right-to-know” purpose of the Proposition 65 statute and...more

Governor Cuomo Signs Bill Amending Public Employee Whistle Blower Protection Statute

On December 28, 2015, Governor Cuomo signed a bill repealing Civil Service Law § 75-b(2)(b). This has a significant effect on the anti-retaliation provisions of New York’s “whistle blower” protection statute for public...more

Trade & Manufacturing - News of Note - January 2016

United States Repeals Country of Origin Labeling Legislation, Avoiding Retaliation - On December 18, President Obama signed a bill that repealed legislation requiring country of origin labeling (COOL) on beef and pork...more

President Obama Vetoes Bill to Repeal Major ACA Provisions

As expected, on January 8, 2016, President Obama vetoed legislation that would have repealed key provisions of the Affordable Care Act (ACA), including insurance subsidy and mandate provisions, Medicaid expansion, tax...more

Cadillac Tax Effective Date Postponed (and Three Other 2015 Year End Health and Welfare Benefits Legislation Highlights)

While Americans everywhere were busy eating turkey and drinking eggnog last November and December, our government was hard at work attending to budget matters. Tucked among the appropriations were several fairly significant...more

Happy New Year – Cybersecurity Information Sharing Act

Just at the end of 2015, the Cybersecurity Information Sharing Act (CISA) was enacted into law as part of the omnibus spending measure passed by Congress and signed by President Obama at right before Christmas. The...more

U.S. Repeals Longstanding Ban on Export of Crude Oil

Effective immediately and subject to limited restrictions, U.S. producers may begin exporting crude oil to overseas customers. On December 18, 2015, the President signed into law the massive Consolidated Appropriations...more

U.S. Government Repeals Crude Oil Export Ban

On December 18, 2015, President Obama signed legislation into law that repeals the 40-year-old U.S. ban on crude oil exports. Congressional leaders agreed to include provisions to repeal the export ban in the Omnibus spending...more

Congress Repeals Ban on Exports of Crude Oil

More than four decades after mandating comprehensive limits on exports of crude oil, Congress on December 18 swept away this last vestige of 1970s-era price controls and supply shortages. In the Consolidated Appropriations...more

Congress Lifts Oil Export Ban

Oil exports permitted for the first time in 40 years. On December 18, the US Congress passed H.R. 2029, ominbus appropriations legislation that provides discretionary funding for the federal government for the current...more

Gaming Legal News: Volume 8, Number 24

Texas Continues To Wage War Against Indian Gaming - Texas Attorney General Kenneth Paxton appears to not like Indian gaming. Two of the state’s three federally recognized tribes have been pursuing gaming opportunities...more

WTO COOL Decision puts Congress on the Clock

The World Trade Organization (WTO) issued an arbitration decision in the longstanding Country-of-Origin Labelling (COOL) dispute between Canada, Mexico, and the United States on December 7. The arbitrator determined that...more

Automatic Enrollment Requirement Repealed

Good news! On November 2, 2015, President Obama signed the Bipartisan Budget Act of 2015 into law and repealed Section 18A of the Fair Labor Standards Act, enacted as part of health reform. Section 18A required employers...more

Reconsideration of Certificate of Need in Virginia

In a joint statement issued by the Federal Trade Commission and the Antitrust Division of the U.S. Department of Justice (collectively, the “Agencies”) late last month, the Agencies suggested Virginia’s Certificate of Public...more

Repeal of AB 1103, California’s Nonresidential Building Energy Use Disclosure Program

Since December 2013, Perkins Coie has sent out three client updates regarding California Assembly Bill (AB) 1103, the California Energy Commission’s (CEC) Nonresidential Building Energy Use Disclosure Program. The purpose of...more

Tax Haven List Repealed by D.C. Council

After being in effect for only a week, the Council of the District of Columbia (Council) unanimously enacted legislation on November 3, 2015 that will repeal the list of tax haven jurisdictions specifically enumerated in the...more

New Legislation Makes Sweeping Changes Impacting All Partnerships

All partnerships will be audited at the entity level unless they have 100 or fewer partners AND no partnerships as direct partners. The two-year budget plan passed by Congress on October 30, 2015, and expected to be...more

The Bad Debt Moratorium Requires a Flexible Approach to Evaluating "Reasonable Collection Efforts"

On September 10, 2015, District Judge Randolph D. Moss of the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia issued an opinion in Mountain States Health Alliance v. Burwell (Mountain States) involving Section 310 of the...more

What Parts of the ACA Will Congress Repeal by Budget Reconciliation?

“None,” is our best guess, practically speaking. Congress passed much of what became the consolidated Affordable Case Act under “budget reconciliation” rules, which preclude a filibuster and enable a bill to pass the Senate...more

Blog: It’s Deja Vu All Over Again: House Bill To Repeal Pay-Ratio Provision

On September 30, the House Financial Services Committee approved, by a vote of 32 to 25, H.R. 414, the Burdensome Data Collection Act, following committee consideration and a mark-up session. Given that the bill is only one...more

House Ways and Means Committee Approves Bills to Repeal ACA Taxes, Mandates, IPAB

On September 29, 2015, the House Ways and Means Committee approved budget “reconciliation” legislation that calls for repeal of five provisions of the Affordable Care Act (ACA). Specifically, the legislation would repeal the...more

Michigan Court of Appeals Upholds the Constitutionality of the State’s Retroactive Repeal of the Multistate Tax Compact

The Michigan Court of Appeals affirmed the Court of Claims’ decisions in cases that challenged the constitutionality of Michigan’s purported retroactive repeal of the Multistate Tax Compact effective January 1, 2008. The...more

Partial repeal of the law prohibiting bisphenol A

On 17 September 2015, the French Constitutional Council (“Conseil Constitutionnel”) issued a decision partly repealing law no. 2010-729, dated 30 June 2010, as amended by law no. 2012-1442, dated 24 December 2012, prohibiting...more

Governor Brown signs bill returning California to mainstream on “Made in USA” labeling and providing a potential avenue to end...

A bill signed last week by California Governor Jerry Brown gives manufacturers and retailers a good argument that pending litigation over “Made in USA” labeling should be dead in its tracks. That is the key takeaway from the...more

Third Circuit Rejects New Jersey's Bid to Legalize Sports Betting—Again

For the second time in two years, the Third Circuit Court of Appeals has rejected the state of New Jersey's attempt to legalize sports betting because it conflicts with federal law. In a 2-1 decision in NCAA v. Christie...more

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