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Interns Entitled to Overtime Pay Only if Certain Factors Met

Internships were designed as a way for students to get some hands-on training, experience, and make some connections, but employers often take advantage of this system to put students to work for free so they can avoid paying employees. Many … Continue reading

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There's only one master of The Commodores: the group itself

Commodores Entertainment Corp. v. McClary, 2018 WL 327302, No. 16-15794 (11th Cir. Jan. 9, 2018)McClary was an original member of the award-winning Commodores, but, by his own admission, he “split from the band” in 1984 to strike out on his … Continue reading

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Are Only Two Types of Tests in Clinical Studies – Legally Marketed or Investigational? Maybe, according to FDA’s Draft Guidance for Investigational IVDs

By Allyson B. Mullen & Jeffrey N. Gibbs — On December 18, FDA released its draft guidance, “Investigational IVDs Used in Clinical Investigations of Therapeutic Products.” This is the latest guidance from the Agency on the relationship between in vitro diagnostic … Continue reading

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Shareholder Activism on Climate Is Only Going to Increase

While EPA continues to go backwards on climate, evidence continues to mount that investors are only going to get more aggressive.  There were two developments worth noting this month. First, Bloomberg Markets reported that BlackRock, which seems increasingly willing to … Continue reading

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Arbitrability of Fraud in India – Is Ayyasamy only about “Seriousness”?

[Shubham Jain and Prakshal Jain are V Year B.A., LL.B. (Hons.) students at National Law School of India University, Bangalore] Introduction The question of arbitrability of fraud in case of domestic seated arbitration in India was addressed by the Supreme … Continue reading

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