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A Second Circuit panel appeared skeptical Monday about whether the Trump administration was within its rights to implement a nearly 61% rollback of penalties for violations of motor vehicle average fuel economy standards.
New federal tax rules in the CARES Act, allowing the use of net operating loss carrybacks, bring previously unavailable tax benefits and negotiation opportunities for parties to mergers and acquisitions, say attorneys at Polsinelli.
The Federal Trade Commission’s recent settlement with LendEDU over deceptive marketing practices demonstrates why online ads should always be clearly labeled as paid and how financial institutions and other companies should adjust their digital marketing compliance, says Nathan Viebrock at Troutman Sanders.
Companies that bid on projects financed wholly or in part by multilateral development banks to combat the crises caused by the pandemic must have appropriate anti-corruption mechanisms in place to limit the risks of sanctions investigations several years down the road, say Lauren Muldoon and Spencer Bruck at Orrick.
COVID-19 has led to municipal legislation focused on scheduling, paid sick leave, anti-retaliation and protections for laid-off workers that businesses must monitor and adapt to as they call back employees and resume customer services, say Julie Trester and Jeremy Glenn at Cozen O'Connor.