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The U.S. Department of Labor finalized regulations last week covering pay and overtime issues and the labor secretary's power to review administrative decisions, looking to lock in key rules before they become fair game for the next Congress to rescind. Here, Law360 looks at the rules' potential impact on businesses and workers.
The U.S. Supreme Court’s upcoming opinion in Liu v. U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission may call into question when Foreign Corrupt Practices Act settlements should be subject to disgorgement, say Matthew Rutter and Neal Hochberg at Charles River Associates.
Countries facing travel restrictions as a result of the coronavirus pandemic can now send their athletes to the U.S. after the Trump administration made an exception for them, saying sporting events are crucial for restarting the economy.
A doctor with a student visa argued Monday that Merck can't slip her claim that it rescinded a job offer because it had failed to look into her visa status, saying it hadn't proven the recruiter who told her she "should be OK" had quit before the conversation supposedly took place.
The federal government is defending its authority to continue transferring detained immigrants between facilities during the coronavirus pandemic, after advocates involved in a proposed class action accused the government of moving detainees around to manipulate population statistics and shirk a federal court order.