|First WRO of Biden Administration Targets Forced Labor on Chinese Fishing Fleet||June 3, 2021||Luciano Racco, Anna Maria Annino||Trade Sanctions and Export Controls Alert|
|Massachusetts Enacts COVID-19-Related Emergency Paid Sick Law||June 3, 2021||Christopher Feudo, James Fullmer||Labor and Employment Alert|
|Massachusetts Formalizes Lifting of COVID-19 Industry Restrictions, Considers Legislation to Extend Certain Popular Exemptions||June 3, 2021||Tad Heuer||COVID-19 Taskforce Alert|
|EEOC Updates COVID-19 Guidance, Authorizes Employer Vaccine Incentives||June 2, 2021||Christopher Feudo, Christian Garcia||Labor and Employment Alert|
|Lessons to Learn for Global Software Providers from SAP Settlements of DOJ, BIS and OFAC Investigations Concerning Software Downloads in Iran||May 19, 2021||Anthony D. Mirenda, Gwendolyn Wilber Jaramillo, Luciano Racco, Shrutih V. Tewarie||Trade Sanctions and Export Controls Alert|
|Bipartisan Bill to Increase Megamerger HSR Filing Fees Passed Out of Senate Judiciary Committee||May 18, 2021||Austin A.B. Ownbey||M&A Alert|
|OSHA Directs Employers to Follow CDC Guidance for Fully Vaccinated Workers||May 18, 2021||Christopher Feudo, Natalie Panariello||Labor and Employment Alert|
|Massachusetts To Lift All COVID-19 Industry Restrictions on May 29, and End State of Emergency on June 15||May 17, 2021||Colin J. Zick, Tad Heuer, Christopher Feudo||COVID-19 Taskforce Alert|
|Biden Administration Rescinds Trump-Era Rule on Independent Contractors||May 14, 2021||Christopher Feudo, James Fullmer||Labor and Employment Alert|
|New York State Enacts Workplace Safety Requirements||May 12, 2021||Robert Haney, Jr., Christopher Feudo, Christian Garcia||Labor and Employment Alert|
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