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Upcoming/New CFIUS Filing: Infineon Technologies and Cree, Inc. - The National Law Review
On July 13, 2016, Infineon Technologies AG, a semiconductor manufacturer based in Germany, and Cree, Inc. (Nasdaq: CREE), a US based manufacturer of LED products and semiconductors, executed an asset purchase agreement whereby Infineon will&nbsp.

EU Policy Update, August 2017: Tech and Digital Single Market Policies; Communication and Media Policies; Energy ... - The National Law Review
The annual G 20 summit took place on July 7 and 8 under the presidency of Angela Merkel in the city of Hamburg, which had been put under siege by violent anti-globalization demonstrations. Tensions on trade issues and the rejection of the Paris.

Fourth Circuit Holds Insurance Fraud Investigators are Not Exempt from Overtime Pay, Creating Circuit Split - The National Law Review
Investigations typically involved creating an action plan , interviewing witnesses (sometimes under oath), taking photographs, reviewing property damage, and writing reports. The Fourth Circuit noted that the investigators must use their judgment in.

Confederated Tribes of Grand Ronde Community v. Jewell and Other Selected Cases: Indian Nations Law Update ... - The National Law Review
In Confederated Tribes of the Grand Ronde Community v. Jewell, 2016 WL 4056092 (D.C. Cir. 2016), the Confederated Tribes of the Grand Ronde Community and Clark County residents sued under the Administrative Procedure Act, challenging the&nbsp.

Spotlight: Senior Living Expo, 'Ragtime' and more highlight upcoming Tulsa events
The free informational event will feature seminars covering a range of topics, from health care and exercise to housing and financial planning, plus activities ... as “Brick,” “The Luckiest” and “Annie Waits.” Tickets are $30 plus fees in.

The Origin of Prisoner's Rights: Estelle v. Gamble 429 US 97; 75-929 (1976) - The National Law Review
This case revolved around a prisoner, J.W. Gamble, in the Texas prison system. Late in 1973, while working in a textile mile, a large bale of cotton-over five hundred pounds in fact-fell right on top of him. Due to the incident, he received numerous.

France's New Labor Law and its Contributions on Redundancies - The National Law Review
redundant where a transfer of such company or establishment is contemplated. Finally, the labor law strengthens the obligation of a company or group of companies with more than 1,000 employees to include actions, within the scope of a redundancy.

Supreme Court Limits Where Patent Owners May File Infringement Actions – With Some Guidance from Applicable ... - The National Law Review
Having an office in the district that “operates primarily as a mail drop” with future plans to expand the role of the” office was not enough to establish a regular and established place of business and that the defendant also did not commit acts of.

Employee Background Checks: Beware of California State Law - The National Law Review
Employers that use background checks should be familiar with the requirements of the federal Fair Credit Reporting Act (“FCRA”). As we have discussed on this blog, prior to obtaining a consumer report on an employee or applicant for employment,&nbsp.

Still More On Suing The CEO For Social Activism - The National Law Review
Last week, I devoted several posts to the question of suing the CEO for social activism. The catalyst for the discussion was an August 17, 2017 Op-Ed piece by Jon L. Pritchett and Ed Tiryakian in The Wall Street Journal. That piece cited recent CEO&nbsp.

Bank Secrecy Act Violations Now Come with Significantly Higher Penalties - The National Law Review
The Financial Crimes Enforcement Network (FinCEN), the bureau of the US Department of the Treasury responsible for oversight and enforcement of the The Financial Crimes Enforcement Network (BSA), has issued an interim final rule (Rule) that&nbsp.

Three Reasons Why Culture Efforts Fail
Lucy Kellaway, a columnist at the Financial Times ... what motivates employees and careful planning to align cultural goals with strategy. This requires more than an all-hands email or an annual town hall meeting. Executives who consistently model the.

“Single Window” System for Import and Export Clearance - US Government Nearing Completing of Migration to ... - The National Law Review
As a result, CBP rolled out a phased implementation plan to transition the PGAs to ACE by the December 31st deadline. With respect to exports from the United States, the Census Bureau and CBP migrated the AESDirect System to the ACE platform in March&nbsp.

Are A Jones Act Seaman's Wages Really Exempt From Garnishment? - The National Law Review
Federal agencies appear to be utilizing a new method for garnishing seaman's wages, which have historically been protected from garnishment by the seaman's non-garnishment statute, 46 U.S.C. §11109(a) (formerly 46 U.S.C. §601). Specifically, federal&nbsp.


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