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April 2019

April 11

Assange’s Long Standoff Ends With U.K. Arrest, U.S. Hack Charges

Bloomberg

WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange was arrested and charged in the U.S. with conspiracy, partner Michael Koenig comments.

April 2

SCOTUS to Hear Argument on FOIA's Confidential Information Exemption

Media Law Resource Center

In April, the Supreme Court will, for the first time, hear argument on a case that requires it to grapple with Exemption Four of the Freedom of Information Act ("FOIA"), exempting trade secrets an…

March 2019

March 28

First Line of Defense: How Businesses Use the First Amendment to Overrule Government Laws and Regulations

USLAW Magazine

Today, the First Amendment has become a potent weapon of choice for companies to challenge government regulations. William S. Fish, Jr. explores this issue while highlighting key cases and trends …

March 14

Memorized client list is "confidential information"

Massachusetts Lawyer's Weekly

Christina L. Lewis provides insight into the importance of the judge's decision in Fidelity Brokerage Services LLC v. Callinan, et al..

Memorized client list is "confidential information"

Massachusetts Lawyer's Weekly

| March 14

March 13

United States Department of Labor Rescinds 80-20 Rule for Tipped Employees

Hinckley Allen Labor & Employment

Employers in the restaurant industry are all familiar with the “80/20 Rule.” If an employee works in an occupation that customarily and regularly generates a certain minimum amount of tips per…

March 13

U.S. Department of Labor Issues Proposed Overtime Regulation

Hinckley Allen Labor & Employment

On March 7, 2019, the U. S. Department of Labor (DOL) issued proposed regulations under the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA), which would raise the annual minimum salary threshold for white collar …

U.S. Department of Labor Issues Proposed Overtime Regulation

Hinckley Allen Labor & Employment

| March 13

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