'Yes, at Google,' a Fiduciary Rule Compliance Checklist, and CFPB Faces New Challenge in 9th Circuit
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau faces a new challenge in the Ninth Circuit over the Obama-era agency's structure. Uber's paying tens of millions to drivers in New York who were shortchanged on the amount they received for rides. Lobbyists prepare to ramp up a new fight against against the Obama administration's retirement-savings rules that put a new focus on client interest ahead of profit. And Google employees are sharing workplace complaints on an anonymous bulletin board. This is a roundup of regulatory and compliance news from ALM and other publications.
- “Hopelessly Indecipherable” Prior Acts Exclusion in Law Firm’s Malpractice Insurance Policy Was Unenforceable
- California Firms Make Up 10 Percent of Second Hundred Shops
- Bikram Yoga Founder Faces Arrest Warrant Over Former Legal Adviser’s Fight to Recover Damages
- Call for Nominations: Women Leaders in Tech Law
- MoFo Wins Strawberry Trial, but Chhabria May Withhold Dessert
- Calif. Chief Justice Defends Letter Assailing Trump's Immigration Arrests
Where marijuana and the law intersect, you're likely to find Khurshid Khoja. We recently caught up with the founder of Greenbridge Corporate Counsel to talk about what's on his plate in these ever-changing regulatory times.
In the short time that Jordan Cunnings has been an Equal Justice Works fellow, sponsored by ALM, she's seen big changes.
The DTSA--the most significant expansion of intellectual property law since the 1940s--celebrated its one-year anniversary on May 11.
The Department of Labor has subjected Silicon Valley companies such as the Mountain View search giant to increased scrutiny in recent months.