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Harnessing the Power of Inclusion The sharing of ideas and perspectives to create actionable steps that enhance how we learn and work. Using the best strategies for inclusive engagement differentiates the most successful workplaces and campuses in Illinois. Speakers Keynote : Marquis Miller, Vice...

TMA SoCal Presents - Alternatives To Chapter 11 Chapter 11 is often the primary way through a challenging situation for distressed companies. However, Chapter 11 is not always the best or only option. This panel will lead a spirited discussion on alternatives to a traditional Chapter 11 bankruptcy...

In February 2024, the Pennsylvania Supreme Court issued a decision reconciling precedent in Pennsylvania courts regarding claims for tortious interference with employment relationships. Previously, Pennsylvania courts typically limited tortious interference claims to prospective, not current, at...

On March 29, 2024, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (“OSHA”) issued a final rule amending 29 C.F.R. § 1903.8(c), the regulation that governs whom employees may authorize to accompany an OSHA Compliance Safety and Health Officer (“CSHO”) during a physical inspection of an employer’s...

Mark April 4, 2024 in your calendar – it is the day that the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) set its sights on the video game industry. The CFPB issued a Report this week entitled "Banking in video game and virtual worlds [1] ." In the Report, the CFPB detailed the many different ways it...

Understanding the complex intersection of environmental regulations intended to combat climate change between now and 2050 while responding to the U.S. tech economy’s exponential growth in energy demand will require collaboration between consumers, industry and government, and reliance upon a...

MINNEAPOLIS, Minn. (APRIL 8, 2024) – Saul Ewing LLP today announced that partner Katherine “Katie” Barrett Wiik has been selected as a Fellow of the American Academy of Appellate Lawyers . The Academy is an invitation-only association of respected appellate lawyers where Fellows face stringent...

​The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services ("HHS"), Office for Civil Rights ("OCR") continues to be actively engaged in investigating and settling alleged HIPAA violations. In advance of Mother's Day, two decisions were announced for HIPAA-covered entities that allegedly did not provide...

Over the last decade, Illinois employers have been faced with a rash of class action lawsuits under the Biometric Information Privacy Act (BIPA), causing many employers to pay hefty sums and alter their biometric timekeeping procedures. Now, a different statute may be gaining steam as the new...

This month’s Friday Five covers the treatment of job-related stress in assessing an attorney’s disability, the requirements surrounding the qualifications of a medical professional to review a claimant’s medical records in making disability determinations, the requirements for determining disability...

Welcome to Saul Ewing’s Public Companies Quarterly Update series. Our intent is to, on a quarterly basis, highlight important legal developments of which we think public companies should be aware. This edition is related to developments during the first quarter of 2024. If you would like to discuss...

Roundtable Discussion: Marijuana Rescheduling, Cannabidiol (CBD) Product Pathways, and More While interest in cannabis and cannabis-derived products remains high, the near- and long-term future of federal regulation remains hazy. Hear directly from FDA as they discuss regulation and enforcement in...

Developments in Federal and Maryland Environmental Law Reviewing recent changes to and enforcement of: Pollution prevention Water quality enforcement Stormwater permitting Watersheds, wetlands, lakes and streams Reviewing recent and anticipated developments at the US EPA, Maryland Department of...

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