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A Brand New Reality for ESOP Fiduciaries – Company Stock Investments for Worker Participants in Retirement Plans of Public and Independently Held Companies Have Different Operating Needs

A Brand New Reality for ESOP Fiduciaries –  Company Stock Investments for Worker Participants in Retirement Plans of Public and Independently Held Companies Have Different Operating Needs HIGHLIGHTS: For that ESOP fiduciary of the openly traded employer, the final Court makes obvious that non-public insider details are not needed for use in reaching a choice […]

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New You are able to Non-Profit Revitalization Act Reforms Governance Rules for Nonprofits

New You are able to Non-Profit Revitalization Act Reforms Governance Rules for Nonprofits Signed into law in 2013, the brand new You are able to Non-Profit Revitalization Act is made to reform the statutory needs for governance of nonprofit organizations (both not-for-profit corporations and wholly charitable trusts), expand the lawyer General’s enforcement forces, and modernize […]

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Virginia Top Court Opinion Affecting Municipality Law: September 17, 2015

Virginia Top Court Opinion Affecting Municipality Law: September 17, 2015 The Virginia Top Court issued opinions on September 17, 2015 during its recent term. This term led to one opinion affecting Virginia municipality law, in the liberty of knowledge Act. The opinion addresses the necessity – really, the possible lack of a necessity – to […]

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Be Global – March 2015

Be Global – March 2015 HIGHLIGHTS Italy: Implementation of Further Labour Reforms Significant changes to the rules governing dismissals came into force earlier this month, under the provisions of the Italian “Jobs Act”. Click here to read more. Germany: Gender Quota in Boardrooms From 2016 German lawmakers have recently passed a law requiring companies to give […]

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More ERISA Complications

More ERISA Complications In passing the Worker Retirement Security Act of 1974 (“ERISA”), Congress searched for to really make it as simple and economical as you possibly can for employers to supply advantages to their workers for instance, pensions, medical health insurance, existence insurance and lengthy-term disability (Limited) insurance. However, because most of the statutes […]

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Court Rules That Walgreens Worker Who Fired Hidden Hand gun At Armed Robbers Doesn’t Have Claim For Wrongful Discharge

Court Rules That Walgreens Worker Who Fired Hidden Hand gun At Armed Robbers Doesn’t Have Claim For Wrongful Discharge The U.S. Court of Appeals for that Sixth Circuit held that the former Walgreens worker who had been discharged while he fired a hidden hand gun at armed robbers doesn’t have claim for wrongful discharge in […]

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Jury Finds Willful Infringement and $2.5M Damages

Jury Finds Willful Infringement and $2.5M Damages Cognex Corp. et al. v. Microscan Systems, Corporation. et al. Situation Number: 1:13-cv-02027-JSR (Dkt.202) The jury in Cognex v. Microscan found violation of U.S. Patent No. 7,874,487 (“Integrated illumination set up for symbology readers.”) and awarded $2.5M compensatory damages. Additionally, it found the violation to become willful.  

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Rule Change Would Let Police Force Access Computers Remotely No matter Location

Rule Change Would Let Police Force Access Computers Remotely No matter Location The Final Court lately adopted a suggested switch to Rule 41 from the Federal Rules of Criminal Method that allows a federal judge to issue warrants authorizing government agents to gain access to computers situated in any jurisdiction, potentially outdoors the U . […]

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