...limited-purpose B-1 visas for business travelers when they really required H-1B visas, which allow the recipient to work. Since the...
Not only are more employers requiring workers to sign restrictive covenant agreements, a number of jurisdictions in the United States have demonstrated greater receptivity to actions seeking to enfor
If regulators are unable to provide anything except law enforcement, then public policy should consider how to fill government's other, now foregone roles. Is private regulation the answer
...into the U.S., when these employees were performing tasks that required H-1B long-term work visas. H-1B visas are reserved for employees...
... Chris Colvin, founder and partner at intellectual property firm In the...
The government of the United States is shut down, which is a good time to remind ourselves why we have a regulatory government. To put it bluntly: What is the purpose of regulation
...cut legal spending. That pressure was always there, as Bruno Cova, managing partner at Paul Hastings's Milan office, says, but the crisis accelerated...
Changes in the law and in government expectations can create challenges for compliance professionals. The failure to plan and to respond to such changes quickly and effectively can expose companies t
In her budget request to Congress, Securities and Exchange Commission Chair Mary Jo White asked for funding to add more than 300 examiners to her staff. The SEC should not miss this opportunity to re
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