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December 4, 2023Jingle all the Way… To Court: An Employer’s Checklist for Holiday Parties
It’s the most wonderful time of the year! But for HR professionals, it can be the most stressful. While organizations throughout the country are preparing to hold their annual holiday celebrations, employers may unwittingly overlook some critical steps to ensure a safe, festive and hopefully liability-free celebration for their employees.
November 30, 2023The Corporate Transparency Act: Are You Prepared?
Beginning on January 1, 2024, millions of business entities (including corporations, limited liability companies, and other similar entities created in or registered to do business in the United States) will be required to report certain information about their entity and their beneficial owners to the United States Treasury Department’s Financial Crimes Enforcement Network (“FinCEN”). This new obligation was established under the recently enacted Corporate Transparency Act (the “CTA”), which was designed to deter terrorist financing, money laundering, tax fraud, and other illegal activities. All domestic and foreign business entities should assess whether they are subject to the CTA, as there may be significant consequences for non-compliance.
November 28, 2023Saiber Authors N.J. Chapter of the 2024 International Comparative Legal Guide to Gambling
Saiber's Jeremy Kleiman and Ariana LoGiudice have authored the New Jersey Chapter of the 2024 International Comparative Legal Guide to Gambling (ICLG Gambling).
November 16, 2023The Saiber Construction Law Column: October/November 2023
The duty to preserve litigation evidence arises when a party in possession of evidence knows that litigation by a party seeking the evidence is pending or probable, and the party in possession of the evidence can foresee the harm that would be caused to the party seeking the evidence if the evidence were to be discarded.
November 3, 2023President Biden Signs Landmark Executive Order on use of Artificial Intelligence
On October 31, 2023, President Biden signed an Executive Order on the “Safe, Secure and Trustworthy Development and Use of Artificial Intelligence” in order to advance “a coordinated, Federal Government-wide approach to address growing concerns regarding the safe and responsible use of Artificial Intelligence [AI].”
November 1, 2023Trending Law Blog: U.S. Supreme Court Agrees Grants Certiorari in the Two NetChoice Cases
In a recent Trending Law Blog post, Robert Nussbaum provides an update on the two NetChoice cases that address states’ efforts to control and/or regulate the online speech of social media platforms.
October 25, 2023Trending Law Blog: U.S. Supreme Court Stays Preliminary Injunction Entered Against Certain Federal Officials and Agencies
In a recent post by Trending Law Blog, Rob Nussbaum discusses the Supreme Court's decision to stay a preliminary injunction against certain federal agencies which are alleged to have pressured social media platforms to either block or "downgraded" the plaintiffs’ posts on social media.
October 24, 2023New Jersey Supreme Court Grants Leave to Appeal Decision Interpreting Wage and Hour Amendments
The New Jersey Supreme Court recently granted a defendant-employer’s motion for leave to appeal an Appellate Division decision interpreting the 2019 amendments (the “Amendments”) to the Wage and Hour Law (“WHL”) and the Wage Payment Law (“WPL”).
October 23, 2023SCOTUS Agrees to Hear Case Concerning State Regulation of Federal Banks
The Supreme Court of the United States has agreed to hear Cantero v. Bank of America, N.A., a case that concerns the power of states to regulate federally-chartered banks. The Court has granted review of the case despite the Solicitor General arguing that the Justices should wait to consider the issue.
October 9, 2023SCOTUS Agrees to Hear Case Concerning the Scope of Constitutional Challenges to Land Use Permit Conditions
The Supreme Court of the United States has agreed to hear Sheetz v. County of El Dorado, California, a case that concerns whether land use permit conditions in the form of monetary exactions created by legislation, are completely exempt from constitutional review.