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Many of the attorneys in the Law Firm Alliance author articles and thought leadership pieces on important topics and trends covering a wide variety of practices.  

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OCR Issues New Fact Sheet on Diversity and Inclusion Activities Under Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964

February 3, 2023
Sandra M. Casey, Seth F. Gilbertson and Lisa R. Feldman - Bond, Schoeneck & King
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A Ban For Some, But Not All: Exception to the FTC’s Proposed Ban on Non-Compete Clauses

February 2, 2023
Bradley A. Hoppe, Kevin G. Cope and Paul J. Buehler III - Bond, Schoeneck & King
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Update Regarding New York’s Healthcare Vaccine Mandate

January 31, 2023
Adam P. Mastroleo and Hannah K. Redmond - Bond, Schoeneck & King
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Emergency Temporary Standard (ETS) – Cal/OSHA Update

January 30, 2023
Christopher R. Nepacena, Donahue Fitzgerald LLP

On December 15, 2022, Non-Emergency COVID-19 Prevention Regulations were adopted and will become effective in the month of January 2023 once approved by the Office of Administrative Law (OAL). The ETS will remain in effect until the OAL replaces it with a “permanent” regulation. Once approved, the permanent regulation will be in effect for two years. So what should California employers know about the upcoming permanent regulation? Read on to see the key changes with the forthcoming permanent regulation.

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What's On the Horizon: 2023 State and Federal Data Privacy Legislation

January 27, 2023
Amber L. Lawyer and Maureen H. Milmoe - Bond, Schoeneck & King
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What’s on the Global Horizon for Data Privacy in 2023?

January 26, 2023
Amber L. Lawyer, Shannon A. Knapp and Jackson K. Somes - Bond, Schoeneck & King
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Federal Guidance Hints at Robust Disclosure Requirements for use of Artificial Intelligence

January 25, 2023
Fred J. M. Price and Mario F. Ayoub - Bond, Schoeneck & King
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Governor Hochul Signs Warehouse Worker Protection Act Into Law

January 25, 2023
Aarti Chandan, Mark A. Moldenhauer, James J. Rooney and Thomas G. Eron - Bond, Schoeneck & King
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Fortnite Skinned: Fined $520 Million by the FTC for Privacy Violations

January 24, 2023
Jessica L. Copeland and Mario F. Ayoub - Bond, Schoeneck & King
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Data Privacy Laws Zeroing in on Employees’ Rights

January 23, 2023
Gianelle M. Duby, Amber L. Lawyer and Shannon A. Knapp - Bond, Schoeneck & King
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New York Releases Revised Sexual Harassment Prevention Model Policy for Public Comment

January 23, 2023
Kristen E. Smith and Theresa E. Rusnak - Bond, Schoeneck & King
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Paying Post-Termination Streaming Royalties to Creators and Their Heirs Is “Common Sense”: Recent Comments on the Proposed Rule on Termination Rights Under the Music Modernization Act

January 20, 2023
Hayley Lenahan and Daniel Schacht, Donahue Fitzgerald LLP

Sections 203 and 304 of the Copyright Act allow creators, or their heirs, to terminate copyright grants after a period of time. This gives authors and their heirs the opportunity to recapture important rights and negotiate better agreements, including increased royalties. Music copyrights can generate a lot of income from streaming royalties and there has been uncertainty as to whether a music publisher whose rights have been terminated could continue to receive streaming income once a copyright termination is effective.

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