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  1. Post-Election Outlook: A New, Unpredictable World - by attorneys at Pillsbury 
  2. What is the FTC Doing About Privacy and Drones? - by Aravind Swaminathan at Orrick
  3. DHS Regulation to Ease Job Portability for High-Skilled Foreign Workers - by Tina Ho at Ogletree Deakins
  4. Does Your Insurance Cover Phishing Attacks and Business Email Compromise? The Uncertainty Continues… - by Aravind SwaminathanHarry Moren, and Russell Cohen at Orrick
  5. 5th Anti-money Laundering Directive: Presidency compromise text published / ECB recommendations accepted - by Chris Finney at Cooley
  6. View From McDermott: Protecting Defined Contribution Plan Retirement Savings During Disability - by Maggie McTigue and Brian Tiemann at McDermott
  7. It's Time to Innovate in Legal - by Matthew Fawcett for JD Supra Perspectives
  8. FTC and DOJ Issue Antitrust Guidance for Human Resource Professionals - by Michael S. ArnoldFarrah Short, and Bruce D. Sokler at Mintz Levin
  9. The To-Do List For 401(k) Plans Now: 2016-2017 Edition - by Ary Rosenbaum
  10. FinTech Developments: Financial Services Innovation Bill Introduced - by Steven DunlevieRichard Garabedian, and Adam Wheeler at Womble Carlyle
  11. Intellectual Property Newsletter - November 2016 - by attorneys at Shearman & Sterling
  12. ‘Lovable losers’ no more: Cubs set for marketing blitz - by Seth A. Rose and Douglas N. Masters at Loeb & Loeb
  13. The Write Stuff: Q&A with Top Author & Attorney Allison Condra - by Caitlin Sullivan for JD Supra Perspectives
  14. Employment Law This Week®: White House on Non-Competes, Transgender Bathrooms, Fair Pay and Safe Workplaces, Freelancer Wage Protection - by attorneys at Epstein Becker & Green
  15. Supreme Court to Revisit Rowley IDEA FAPE Standard for First Time in Nearly 35 Years - by Peter Maher and Benjamin FrazziniKendrick at Shipman & Goodwin
  16. Quick Guide to REIT IPOs - 2016 - by Shiukay HungThomas Humphreys, and Brian Hirshberg at Morrison & Foerster
  17. Post-Election Congress Returns for Lame Duck Session What to Expect? - Updated - by attorneys at Mintz Levin
  18. Does President Trump Provide an Opportunity for Patent-friendly Policies? - by Kevin E. Noonan at MBHB
  19. Digital Transformation in the Insurance Sector - by attorneys at DLA Piper
  20. Endangered Fish v. Humans: The Fight Over Competing Water Needs - by Gene Tanaka at Best Best & Krieger
  21. [Video] Corporate Corruption, Culture and Compliance (Part II) - by Richard Bistrong
  22. California Enacts New Employment Laws for 2017 - by Doug Dexter at Farella Braun + Martel
  23. Estate Planning for Family Businesses - by Sheppard Miers, Jr at GableGotwals
  24. Impact of Trump Presidency on Renewable Energy Incentives Remains Uncertain - by Shiukay HungMichelle Jewett, and Craig Phillips at Morrison & Foerster
  25. Florida Supreme Court Issues Landmark ruling on Statute of Limitations for Foreclosure: Bartram Affirmed - by Nicholas Agnello at Burr & Forman


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