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Background Check Forms Face Increased Scrutiny in Federal Court

Businesses should check their background check consent forms and their pre-adverse action waiting periods, after a recent federal court decision out of Pennsylvania. ...more

New York State Department Of Environmental Conservation Initiates Audit And Penalty Waiver Policy

The New York State Department of Environmental Conservation ("DEC") has issued a new Environmental Audit Incentive Policy (Commissioner Policy No. 59) that is intended to encourage regulated entities to audit their practices...more

CFPB issues final trial disclosure policy

The CFPB has finalized its policy for exempting individual companies, on a case-by-case basis, from applicable federal disclosure requirements to allow those companies to test trial disclosures. The final policy encourages...more

Hong Kong Capital Markets Quarterly News -- July 2013

In This Issue: Consultations; New Listing Decisions; Regulatory Watch; New Guidance Letters; and Enforcement News. Excerpt from Consultations - Exchange’s Consultations on Review of Connected Transaction...more

The ERISA Litigation Newsletter - May 2013

This month our articles focus on the availability of damages in complex ERISA class actions and withdrawal liability actions. Jackie Len first provides Proskauer's perspective on the implications for ERISA litigation arising...more

More Paper? CFPB Revamps Disclosure and Delivery Requirements for Valuations under ECOA

Come January 2014, creditors will be required to equip borrowers with more information on how the value of the borrower’s home is determined, even if the creditor doesn’t use that information in making its lending decision....more

A.G. Schneiderman Announces New Electioneering Disclosure Requirements for Nonprofits

On December 12, 2012, New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman announced new proposed disclosure rules for New York-registered nonprofits designed to bring more transparency to electioneering activities by tax-exempt,...more

New York Attorney General Proposes New Rules Requiring Nonprofits Funding Political Communications to Disclose Donors

On December 11, 2012, the New York Attorney General’s Office proposed rules that would require nonprofit organizations doing business in New York to disclose their spending on a wide range of activities, including those...more

Hong Kong Capital Markets Quarterly News -- July 2012

In This Issue: SFC Notes Poor Quality Listing Applications; Regulation of Sponsors in Hong Kong; Class Action Reform; New Listing Decisions; New Guidance Letters; Enforcement News; and Regulatory Watch. Excerpt...more

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