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Claire Marblestone, Foley Lardner

Health care providers that provide a full spectrum of women’s health care services, including abortion, will need to understand how the Dobbs decision impacts the care they can provide to patients. Absent a federal protection of a patient’s ability to obtain an abortion, providers operating in this space will need to understand the scope of State laws that apply to abortion services.

Read about the Implications for in-house counsel of the US Supreme Court's decision in Dobbs v. Jackson Women's Health Organization in a selection of resources.

Patricia Anderson Pryor, Joy M. Napier-Joyce, Melissa Ostrower, and Tasos C. Paindiris, Jackson Lewis
2 pages

Implications of US Supreme Court's decision in Dobbs v. Jackson Women's Health Organization for employers in the United States

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Region: United States
Paula Pagano, Business Management Specialist/VP, Legal Operations, TD Bank
2 pages

Covid-19 has profoundly rewritten the rules and beliefs of what the workspace should be before the pandemic hit the entire nation. "Pandemic Life" has forever changed the way we think, how we travel, personal interactions and of course, how we work. The impact Covid has had on today's workforce has brought many changes in the way employers and employees interact with one another. Something that started as a temporary work-from-home scenario quickly changed into a two-year mandatory remote work situation.

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Interest Area: Law Department Management
Region: Global
Audience: Deputy GC, Mid-Career, New to In-House, Legal Operations, Small Law Departments, Large Law Departments
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Laura Ferrell, Marlon Q. Paz, Nabil Sabki, Stephen P. Wink, Naim Culhaci, and Deric Behar, Latham & Watkins LLP
5 pages

This article, written by Latham & Watkins, focuses on the US Securities and Exchange Commission's (SEC) proposed rules (Proposing Release) that would require securities market participants that engage in dealer-like activities to register with the SEC, become a member of a self-regulatory organization (SRO), and comply with federal securities laws and regulatory obligations. The article touches upon the proposed changes and the qualitative and quantitative standards that these rules set.

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Region: United States
Audience: Mid-Career, New to In-House, Small Law Departments, Large Law Departments
Laura N. Ferrell, Sarah E. Fortt, Betty M. Huber, David Berman, Paul A. Davies, Nicola Higgs, Anne Mainwaring, Brett J. Frazer, Karmpreet Grewal, Austin Pierce, Latham & Watkins LLP
13 pages

This article, developed by Latham & Watkins LLP, reviews how the SEC proposals track EU requirements in certain respects, but differences in content and scope could leave advisory firms with increasingly complex compliance challenges. Learn more about the ESG Disclosure Requirements proposed in this article.

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Region: United States
Audience: Mid-Career, New to In-House, Small Law Departments, Large Law Departments
Jennifer C. Archie, Tony Kim, Serrin Turner, Alexander L. Stout, Ryan J. Malo, James A. Smith, Latham & Watkins
5 pages

This article, developed by Latham & Watkins, covers the new regulatory requirements the US government has been implementing around notifications and disclosures of major cyberattacks and incidents.

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Region: United States
Audience: Mid-Career, New to In-House, Small Law Departments, Large Law Departments
Paul A. Davies, Susan E. Engel, Sarah E. Fortt, Betty M. Huber, Colleen C. Smith, Maj Vaseghi, Bradd L. Williamson, Brett J. Frazer, Latham & Watkins LLP
4 pages

This article, developed by Latham & Watkins, covers the ruling in Crest v. Padilla I and II that found that the California Corporations Code Section 301.3 (SB 826) and Assembly Bill 979 (AB 979) were in violation of the Equal Protection Clause of the California Constitution. Read the article to learn more.

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Region: United States
Audience: Mid-Career, New to In-House, Small Law Departments, Large Law Departments
Tara N. Cho, CIPP/US, CIPP/E, Theodore F. Claypoole, Nadia G. Aram, Taylor Ey, CIPP/US, and Christine Xiao, Womble Bond Dickinson LLP
1 pages

This article, developed by Womble Bond Dickinson, continues the 11- month countdown to develop business compliance strategies for three new omnibus privacy laws coming in 2023: January 1: the California Consumer Privacy Rights Act (which amends the existing CCPA) and the Virginia Consumer Data Protection Act; July1: the Colorado Privacy Act and few others. With 7 months to go, this alert focuses on how state privacy laws will be enforced.

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Interest Area: Compliance and Ethics
Region: United States
Audience: Mid-Career, New to In-House, Small Law Departments, Large Law Departments
Jukka Paloheimo, Counsel, Employment Law, Roschier, Attorneys Ltd./Roschier Advokatbyrå AB
2 pages

Learn about issues that repeatedly come up in Occupational Health and Safety-related (OHS) criminal matters, and the importance of early engagement during the investigation.

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Interest Area: Employment and Labor
Region: Finland, Europe
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