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— By Lutz Auffenberg – German Attorney at Law at WINHELLER As of this summer, the new Payment Accounts Directive will be transposed into the national law of each member state of the European Union. Fo…
posted on August 02, 2016
— By: Connie Elder Carrigan Gender issues have recently come to the forefront with laws like North Carolina’s much-talked-about HB 2. In recognition of these issues, the U.S. Department of Labor’s O…
posted on August 02, 2016
— By: Connie Elder Carrigan The Defend Trade Secrets Act (“DTSA”), recently signed into law by President Obama, has generated much conversation among employers. Intended to strengthen trade secret p…
posted on August 02, 2016
— By: Caren D. Enloe Recent FTC consent orders, as well as the CFPB’s continued focus on credit reporting, serve as good reminders for collection agencies and creditors to carefully scrutinize their F…
posted on August 02, 2016
— By: Brett A. Thompson The untimely death of Prince shocked music fans from across the world and served as a sad reminder of the dangers of prescription medication. Prince may soon join a long list of …
posted on August 02, 2016
— By Dr. Eric Uftring Length of employment plays a key role for rights and obligations in an employment relationship. In companies with more than ten workers, for example, workers may invoke general pro…
posted on August 01, 2016
— By Dr. Astrid Plantiko Expanding business and forming a company in Germany is what many foreign entrepreneurs aspire to do. Germany remains a popular destination for expansion. Every time a company is…
posted on August 01, 2016
— By: Connie Elder Carrigan The Occupational Safety & Health Administration (OSHA) recently adopted a new rule that will increase the requirements for employers to report workplace injuries and illn…
posted on August 01, 2016
— By: Caren D. Enloe In May, the CFPB issued its much anticipated and much dreaded proposed arbitration rules. Quoting from the proposal, the CFPB recommends “rules that would prohibit mandatory arbit…
posted on August 01, 2016
— By: Connie Elder Carrigan In Lisotto v. New Prime Inc., the United States Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit concluded in a ruling on May 3, 2016, that certain provisions within the Federal Motor…
posted on August 01, 2016

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