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The Top 10 Decisions From 25 Years of Bad-Faith Law >
July 8, 2015
The Legal Intelligencer
By: Richard L. McMonigle, Jr. and Bryan M. Shay

District Court Refuses to Disrupt Employer's Hiring Decision >
July 8, 2015
The Legal Intelligencer
By: Sidney R. Steinberg

New Salary Thresholds Proposed for Workers Subject to ‘White-Collar' Exemptions >
July 6, 2015
The Legal Intelligencer
By: Andrea M. Kirshenbaum

Keeping Government Environmental Investigations Civil >
July 2, 2015
Business Crimes Bulletin
By: Ronald H. Levine
In the lead article for the July 2015 issue of Business Crimes Bulletin, Internal Investigations & White Collar Defense Chair Ronald H. Levine, and Environmental Principal Michael C. Gross, review recent environmental prosecutions and offer best practice tips for responding to civil investigations and avoiding criminal prosecution.

Best Practices for Mobile Device Data Security >
June 23, 2015
The Legal Intelligencer's Cybersecurity Supplement
By: Abraham J. Rein

The Appointment of SEC Administrative Law Judges: Constitutional Questions and Consequences for Enforcement Actions >
June 22, 2015
Bloomberg BNA Securities Regulation & Law Report
By: Abraham J. Rein
In a June 2015 article for Bloomberg BNA's Securities Regulation & Law Report, Principal Peter D. Hardy, and Associates Abraham J. Rein and Carolyn H.Kendall examine recent constitutional challenges to the Securities & Exchange Commission's (SEC) administrative proceedings and the administrative law judges (ALJ) that adjudicate them.

“Pay Per Visit” and the Litigation Risk for Home Health Care Organizations >
June 22, 2015
AHLA Labor & Employment Newsletter
By: Andrea M. Kirshenbaum and David E. Renner

DOL Budget Proposal Offers Window Into Compliance Priorities >
May 4, 2015
The Legal Intelligencer
By: Andrea M. Kirshenbaum

FTC v. Wyndham: Recent Developments And Implications >
April 9, 2015
Law360
By: Marc H. Perry and Abraham J. Rein

Market Manipulation: Staying a Step Ahead >
April 8, 2015
By: Ronald H. Levine and Abraham J. Rein
The article, in the April 2015 issue of Public Utilities Fortnightly, examines U.S. Federal Energy Regulatory Commission's (FERC) policing of fraud and market manipulation in energy markets, and notes that, "between 2007 and the end of 2014...FERC assessed civil penalties of $602 million and ordered disgorgement totaling almost $300 million."

Certain Conduct Doesn't Qualify as Adverse Employment Action >
April 8, 2015
The Legal Intelligencer
By: Sidney R. Steinberg

Physical Assault of Harasser Doesn't Bar Retaliation Claim >
March 11, 2015
The Legal Intelligencer
By: Sidney R. Steinberg

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