Employers have little time to waste in identifying and notifying laid-off employees who qualify for free health-care coverage under the American Rescue Plan signed into law last month by President Joe Biden.
Facebook Inc.’s de facto Supreme Court of content is on the verge of ruling on Donald Trump’s return to the world’s largest social network, a closely watched decision that’s likely to be just as consequential for the social media giant as it is for the former U.S. president.
Corporate boards, in the wake of cyberattacks on software providers SolarWinds Corp. and Microsoft Corp., are seeking out expertise from consultants, lawyers and associations that offer cybersecurity training—an oversight boost that could cushion them legally in the event they’re sued or penalized by regulators after a breach.
President Joe Biden’s administration and the Federal Reserve are pushing for U.S. lawmakers to ease Wall Street’s transition away from the London interbank offered rate and help head off legal headaches for many contracts that risk being left in limbo under present plans.
Zoom fundraising, born of necessity during the pandemic, will likely remain a part of the Washington political scene even as increased vaccinations and the gradual lifting of Covid-19 restrictions mark a return to in-person events.
Smoothie King Franchises Inc. and Little Caesars Enterprises Inc., two privately held eateries with ruling aspirations to their names, unveiled new roles this week for two top in-house lawyers.
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