Doyles Construction Lawyers joins IR as the exclusive Construction Law and Commercial Arbitration Member in Australia

IR Global, the world’s largest exclusive network of advisory firms is delighted to introduce James Patrick Doyle FCIArb of Doyles Construction Lawyers. James has joined IR as our exclusive Construction Law and Commercial Arbitration member in Australia. Doyles Construction Lawyers was established in 1991 by its Principal Lawyer, Jim Doyle and has since grown expanded […]

James Patrick Doyle FCIArbDirector, Doyles Construction Lawyers

Pre-Launch Legal Steps for Startups

The launch of a new business can be an exhilarating period. Allowing that rush of enthusiasm to push you into a hasty, ill-organized launch, however, could all but ensure your new enterprise’s failure before it has even opened for business. I usually recommend that business owners begin discussions with our Arizona-based law firm from four to six […]

Matthew HarrisonPartner, Harrison Law, PLLC

Don’t Wait Until Legal Problems Strike — Get to Know an Attorney Now

A sudden, unexpected legal crisis can afflict a business at any time. Theft by an employee, a sudden health-related event such as the world experienced this year, a discrimination or harassment claim, issues with contractors or landlords, intellectual property infringement, and other serious matters can place you in urgent need of skilled, experienced legal counsel. […]

Matthew HarrisonPartner, Harrison Law, PLLC

California Supreme Court Provides Seven-Factor Test for Motions to Quash Criminal Subpoenas

On August 13, 2020, the Supreme Court of California issued its decision in Facebook, Inc. v. Superior Court (Lance Touchstone), S245203, which examines the enforceability of third-party subpoenas issued by criminal defendants in California. Chief Justice Cantil-Sakauye, who authored the opinion on behalf of a unanimous Court (as well as a separate concurring opinion), stated that “there […]

Seeds of Law joins IR as the exclusive Construction Law Member in Belgium

IR Global, the world’s largest exclusive network of advisory firms is delighted to introduce Koen De Puydt of Seeds of Law. Koen has joined IR as our exclusive Construction Law member in Belgium. Helping businesses start up, and providing support during their operation, is our mission. Because this allows us to help entrepreneurs realise their dreams. […]

Koen De PuydtPartner, Seeds of Law

A New Manatt Webinar Shares a Roadmap to Navigating TCPA Compliance During the Pandemic. Click Here to Register Free.

On March 20, 2020, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) issued a Declaratory Ruling that exempted certain calls and texts related to COVID-19 from Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA) requirements. In a public notice issued on July 28, it confirmed that the “safe harbor” created for the public health emergency covers calls by healthcare entities to […]

President Trump Signs Drug Pricing Executive Orders: How Will They Impact Pharma and Providers?

Prescription drug pricing is emerging as one of several healthcare issues that may become a focus of the presidential race as well as contested congressional races this fall. With pending legislative attempts to control drug prices and reform the Medicare Part D prescription drug benefit stalled because of partisan disputes, President Donald Trump stepped into […]

Manatt Health hosting SIREN Webinar: Data Sharing and the Law: Overcoming Health Care Sector Barriers to Sharing Data on Social Determinants

Thursday, July 30, 2020 | 9am-10am PT / 12pm-1pm ET Manatt Health will share findings from a report describing four use cases that highlight circumstances in which health care organizations can exchange personal information outside the health care sector in compliance with federal and state law. REGISTER HERE

Naylor & Braster joins IR as the exclusive Construction Law Member in US – Nevada

IR Global, the world’s largest exclusive network of advisory firms is delighted to introduce John M. Naylor of Naylor & Braster. John has joined IR as our exclusive Construction Law member in US – Nevada. Combined, John Naylor and Jennifer Braster have been practicing attorneys in Las Vegas, Nevada for more than 30 years.  John and Jennifer routinely appear before […]

John M. NaylorPartner, Naylor & Braster

OSHA Recordkeeping Requirements And Recent Changes Relating To Covid-19

Effective May 26, 2020, and until further notice, OSHA revised its recordkeeping requirements to provide new rules relating to COVID-19. Below is a summary of the OSHA recordkeeping requirements, the new COVID-19 rules, and practical advice for compliance.   Who needs to follow OSHA’s recordkeeping requirements? Unless exempt, businesses with more than 10 employees must follow […]

Bruce LorenPartner, Loren & Kean Law

Florida Removes Requirement For Witnesses In Commercial And Residential Leases

Signed into law on June 27, 2020 and effective July 1, 2020, Florida House Bill 469 removed the Florida requirement that two witnesses must sign residential or commercial leases for longer than a year. The removal will help streamline real estate transactions, especially in light of COVID-19 where in-person interaction is difficult. The new law […]

Michael KeanPartner, Loren & Kean Law