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Saul Ewing LLP today announced that Michael O’Reilly has joined the firm as a partner in the Litigation Practice. Mr. O’Reilly is resident in the New York City office. Mr. O’Reilly represents companies and individuals in litigation and arbitration of complex business and commercial disputes. Drawing...

Last week, the United States Supreme Court delivered a decision that will have a substantial impact on business owners in the transportation industry. In New Prime Inc. v. Oliveira, the Court ruled that a private company that hired interstate truck drivers, including independent contractors, could...

On January 7, 2019, the Superintendent of New York's Department of Financial Services (NYDFS), Maria Vullo, who has since been replaced by Governor Cuomo, gave a parting gift to all companies that are regulated by the DFS: Guidance on whistleblowing programs that must be part of the “comprehensive...

In 2016, Marriott International announced its acquisition of Starwood Hotels & Resorts Worldwide. Coined by Marriott as a "smooth transaction," the announcement of the acquisition received an overwhelmingly positive response. Two short years later, on November 30, 2018, Marriott made an announcement...

Partner Tim Pastore authored this article for Security Business Magazine.

A recent decision by Florida’s Fifth District Court of Appeal on Florida’s "anti-indemnity" statute" is one that should catch the attention of lawyers who draft and negotiate construction contracts in Florida. In CB Contractors, LLC v. Allens Steel Products, Inc., 2108 WL 6579215 (Fla. 5th DCA 2018)...

​​A recent lawsuit that the Los Angeles City Attorney filed over data collection by the Weather Channel mobile application emphasizes the importance of privacy disclosures and may represent a new front in data privacy litigation. The suit, which names the IBM-owned The Weather Channel Product and...

This year, private-sector employers in New York must provide employees with more paid family leave than ever before. In addition to State-mandated family leave, New York City officials have proposed new legislation that, if enacted, would provide paid personal leave for all employees who work in the...

Partner Jeff Robbins authored this article discussing the FBI’s announcement to investigate President Donald Trump. Jeff discusses the implications and predicts outcomes of the scenario. "As rocky a road as we have been on, it is about to get rockier," wrote Jeff.

The Wall Street Journal recently reported that cyber-attacks by foreign governments into the nation's electric grid are utilizing what it called "the system's unprotected underbelly," the contractors and subcontractors that work for the utilities. According to the Journal's reporting, a 15-person...

The Wall Street Journal recently reported that cyberattacks by foreign governments into the nation’s electric grid are utilizing what it called "the system’s unprotected underbelly," the contractors and subcontractors that work for the utilities. For many of us, this brings back memories of another...

Payday lender Check Into Cash of Illinois LLC has agreed to stop using restrictive non-compete agreements for low-wage customer service employees at its 33 Illinois locations to settle a lawsuit by the State Attorney General's office. Attorney General Lisa Madigan sued Check Into Cash in October...

In January 2018, the District Court for the District of Colorado rejected a cannabis company's argument that it was not subject to the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) because it was engaged in an industry "entirely forbidden" by the Federal Controlled Substances Act (CSA) and denied its motion to...

According to statistics, only about 30 percent of family businesses survive to the second generation, and only about 10 to 15 percent survive to the third generation. Although there are a number of reasons which may lead to this result, one factor which has definitely contributed to this "failure to...

Ronnie Fieldstone, chair of the Firm's Global Immigration and Foreign Investment Practice, and Jay Rosen, a partner in the Firm’s Corporate Practice, were named to EB5 Investors Magazine's Top 15 Corporate Attorneys for 2018. Additionally, Rohit Kapuria, an associate, was named to the Top 25...

On December 28, 2018, the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services ("HHS") released a publication, Health Industry Cybersecurity Practices: Managing Threats and Protecting Patients (the "Cybersecurity Guidance"). While the Cybersecurity Guidance is clearly described as a voluntary document for...

While courts remain split on the scope and function of an “automatic telephone dialing system” (ATDS) under the Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA), 2019 began with a well-reasoned decision limiting the scope of an ATDS and another dismissing a plaintiff’s TCPA claim based on his failure to...

This month's Friday Five covers three cases that address issues that can be critical for LTD insurers litigating matters in federal court, specifically issues related to injunctions, statutes of limitations and ERISA preemption. Also covered are two cases dealing with the often thorny issue of...

Saul Ewing LLP today announced that it has elected seven attorneys to the firm’s partnership, effective January 1, 2019: Gregory M. Boucher, a member of the Litigation Department in the Boston, Mass. office. Mr. Boucher is Vice Chair of the Firm’s Construction Practice and he handles complex civil...

Ronnie Fieldstone, co-chair of the Firm’s Global Immigration and Foreign Investment Practice, authored an article for Law360 discussing Opportunity Zones. Ronnie asserts several factors to consider in an effort to improve the neighborhood quality of life for those living in Opportunity Zones. "...

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