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On July 1, 2024, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (“CFPB”)—the primary federal watchdog of the consumer finance industry—along with several other federal agencies, approved a new rule to regulate the use of automated valuation models (“AVMs”) affecting the mortgage industry. The new rule...

On July 1, 2024, the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (“HHS”) Office For Civil Rights (“OCR”) announced a $950,000 settlement with Heritage Valley Health System (“Heritage Valley”) and a three-year Corrective Action Plan (“CAP”). What You Need to Know: HIPAA Security Rule (and Privacy...

On June 13, 2024, an Administrative Law Judge (ALJ) with the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) issued a decision that further muddies the landscape of restrictive covenant law. In J.O. Mory Inc., an ALJ held that overly broad non-compete and non-solicitation clauses unduly restrict employees’...

This month’s Friday Five explores decisions addressing the burden of proving accidental death, policy language and “any occupation” disability, an interpleader case where the insurer was not dismissed from the case, the weight to be afforded to non-treating expert opinions and SSDI determinations...

Market Update: Restaurants and The Food Service Industry Learn about economic, social and regulatory factors affecting the industry, trends in technology and sustainability, shifts in consumer preferences, lease negotiations for restaurants and the development process. Saul Ewing is a proud host and...

LOS ANGELES, (JULY 11, 2024) – In joining Saul Ewing as a new partner, Stephen Ma brings the firm’s clients nearly 30 years of experience as a litigator representing public and private companies and their officers, directors, members and investors. He is resident in the firm’s Los Angeles office. Mr...

Effective management of projects requires rigorous attention to risk allocation and risk reduction strategies. All construction programs have the same objectives: (1) cost efficiency and avoidance of waste, (2) quality and programmatic content, and (3) timeliness of completion. Often referred to as...

Introduction Following the hottest June on record and with temperatures rising as we approach the dog days of summer, OSHA recently issued a long-awaited proposed rule creating standards for heat injury and illness prevention in outdoor and indoor settings (the “Proposed HIIP Rule”). Created...

Gregory Boucher, Partner and Co-Chair of the Construction Practice at Saul Ewing, LLP will be among three other attorneys speaking at an upcoming MCLE | New England event. The topic of the two-hour program is Motion Practice in Superior Court - t ypes of pre-trial motions and what to expect when...

The Supreme Court’s highly-anticipated decision in Loper Bright Enters v. Raimondo overturned decades-old precedent requiring courts under Chevron USA v. Natural Resources Defense Council, Inc. to defer to federal agency interpretations of an ambiguous statute. This ruling will have momentous...

According to the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC), numerous factors increase the risk of harassment in the construction industry, including a relatively homogeneous workforce, pressure to conform to traditional stereotypes, decentralized workplaces, multiple employers at one worksite...

In a win for employers facing unfair labor practice charges, the Supreme Court’s holding in Starbucks v. McKinney makes it more difficult for the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) to obtain Section 10(j) injunctions. Section 10(j) of the National Labor Relations Act (NLRA) provides the NLRB the...

On July 1, 2024, Governor Newsom signed legislation that makes significant changes to California's notorious Private Attorneys General Act (PAGA) to become effective immediately as an urgency measure. While the new provisions provide some welcome relief to employers, they did not repeal PAGA and...

As most employers are aware, and as we previously discussed in an April blog post, the Federal Trade Commission (“FTC”) enacted a sweeping administrative rule banning the vast majority of non-competition agreements in the country (the “Rule”). The Rule met swift legal challenges, with the leading...

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