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Good Counsel: How We Talk About Pay Is Changing. Don’t Fight It

There’s a marked shift toward pay transparency on the job, as evidenced by a series of state and local laws passed in the last several years. The trend is colliding with the rise of remote work and employee mobility, creating a tangled web for employers. Getting ahead of this trend is critical if you want to build trust with your employees and avoid costly litigation.

Transfer Pricing Chat: Elizabeth Stevens of Caplin & Drysdale

Early pandemic lockdowns quickly had authorities and companies grappling with the tax consequences of employees temporarily logging on from across borders. Now, more than two years later, remote work is likely here to stay. Bloomberg Tax spoke with Elizabeth Stevens, a member at Caplin & Drysdale, about how transfer pricing may have to be reimagined in a future of remote work.

US Braces for New Round of Divisive Supreme Court Clashes

The Supreme Court’s rulings last term represent the biggest spoils yet from the Republican power politics that let former President Donald Trump fill three vacancies. While the new term will be the first with Justice Ketanji Brown Jackson, appointed by President Joe Biden, it’s otherwise scripted to fulfill more conservative wish-list items that will exacerbate the nation’s political and cultural divides.

Roku Scores Latest Win in Ongoing Patent Battles Over TV Tech

Roku Inc. convinced an administrative board to knock out a patent covering a universal TV remote, dealing Universal Electronics Inc. a blow in a sprawling intellectual property brawl that also extends to federal district court and a trade tribunal.

LabCorp Owes Ravgen $273 Million Over Prenatal Test Patents (1)

Diagnostics giant Laboratory Corporation of America Holdings must pay a fetal DNA testmaker $272.5 million for copying a method of screening for Down syndrome and other genetic abnormalities, according to a Texas jury verdict that Ravgen Inc. counsel John M. Desmarais confirmed to Bloomberg Law.

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Coronavirus and Force Majeure Clauses

Covid-19 has legal teams exploring whether to turn to a rarely tested section of their contracts: the force majeure, or act of god, clause.

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