International trade generally takes place without significant dispute. However, in the event of unfair or adverse trading practices (such as dumping, injurious subsidies or an unforeseen surge in goods imported into a certain jurisdiction), affected
Continue Reading What happens when trade goes wrong? Understanding trade remedies and what they mean for you

Major Canadian pension funds ask companies to adopt and improve their environmental, social, and governance (“ESG”) reporting by disclosing material and industry relevant ESG factors through the adoption of Sustainability ‎Accounting Standards Board (“SASB”) reporting
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The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) continues to address potential cybersecurity issues implicated by the rise in digital health and digital medical devices.  In its latest move,  the FDA recently released a discussion paper, “
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By: Evan Migdail

The US Treasury Department has issued guidance to provide relief from statutory rules in the CARES Act that precluded an employer from claiming (or keeping) the employee retention credit (ERC) in the
Continue Reading Guest Blog: CARES Act update: US Treasury Department issues guidance allowing buyers to claim employee retention tax credits if target company had a PPP loan

On November 10, 2020, New York updated its anti-SLAPP statutes for the first time in nearly 30 years, bringing the state in line with others that have broadened anti-SLAPP protections.  Going forward, the statutes will
Continue Reading New York’s enhanced anti-SLAPP laws take effect, adding protections and remedies to deter speech-chilling litigation