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Eighth Circuit Antitrust Limitations Decision Reveals Circuit Split

On August 25, 2016, in a 2-1 decision, the Eighth Circuit ruled that the statute of limitations required dismissal of a price-fixing suit, rejecting plaintiffs’ argument that the statutory period…

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New Proposed Immigration Rule To Benefit Foreign Entrepreneurs

U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services has proposed the “International Entrepreneur Rule”, which will soon be published as a Notice of Proposed Rulemaking in The Federal Register.  If the proposed rule…

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Health Information Exchange Eyes Implementation of Emergency Department Information Exchange

HEALTHeLINK, the Regional Health Information Organization (RHIO) for the eight counties of Western New York, is considering a pilot program for Emergency Department Information Exchange (EDIE) as a supplement to…

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Pitfalls of Self-Representation in Immigration Matters

As attorneys, we often are asked whether the assistance of a lawyer really is necessary when applying for immigration benefits.  This is especially true in the context of family-based immigration…

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Wage Suit Against Hospital Highlights The Dangers Of “Auto-Docking” For Meal Breaks

The practice of automatically deducting a set amount of time (e.g., 30 minutes) from employees’ pay to account for meal breaks, instead of having employees actually clock in and out…

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Massachusetts Adopts Strict Equal Pay Requirements

Massachusetts Governor Charlie Baker has signed into law amendments to the Massachusetts Equal Pay Act that substantially expand an employer’s obligation to ensure equal pay. The amendments prohibit differences in…

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Precedent BIA Decision Holds that Circumstantial Evidence Of A Danger to Society is Enough to Deny Release on Bond During the Pendency of Removal Proceedings

In a precedent decision issued on August 3, 2016, the Board of Immigration Appeals held that an immigration judge may properly deny a request for bond while removal proceedings are…

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New State Opioid Abuse Law: Compliance Implications for Providers

This summer, New York enacted a comprehensive law to combat the heroin, opioid and prescription drug abuse epidemic. The epidemic has impacted New York on a large scale, with 118,875…

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Are You Adequately Protecting Your Employee and Customer Data? FTC Reinstates LabMD Case

The commissioners of the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) last week reversed the dismissal of charges against medical testing company LabMD for its allegedly lax data security protocols. In so doing,…

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Five Year Nonimmigrant Waivers For Citizens Of Canada Are Now The Norm

United States Customs and Border Protection (CBP) recently announced that nonimmigrant waivers of inadmissibility filed by citizens of Canada will generally be issued for a validity period of five years. …

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