Joined June 2009
We are proud to announce that business litigation partner Oderah Nwaeze has been honored by @PhillyTrib as one of the city’s “2021 Most Influential African Americans.” He was recognized for his leadership in the Philadelphia region. Learn more: bit.ly/39vgw59
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E-commerce was already booming when the pandemic struck. These gains are likely here to stay, meaning it's more critical than ever to protect your brand online. Learn more and get tips to maximize the impact of internet monitoring programs: bit.ly/3kytN3q
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In a recent @DirectorsBoards article, corporate partner Doug Raymond and labor and employment partner David Woolf teamed up to address the political and workplace issues surrounding COVID-19 vaccine mandates. Read more: bit.ly/3zAZtJI
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Faegre Drinker is proud to share that co-leader of the firm’s national antitrust practice Paul Saint-Antoine has been named a 2021 “Best of the Bar: Philadelphia’s Top Lawyers” honoree by @PHLBizJournal. Learn more about this award. bit.ly/3u5XY56
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Our virtual Food & Agribusiness Nat'l Conference on 9/30 will feature speakers from global, market-leading companies in agricultural production & food processing, retail, & marketing — including Hostess, Cargill, Hershey, POET, Hormel & more. #FoodAg2021 bit.ly/3hTTbOF
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Download our free e-book “Design Thinking and Visual Advocacy for Lawyers!” It serves as a resource for legal professionals looking to use design thinking and visual advocacy. Download from our website. bit.ly/3i28mWD Download from Apple Books: apple.co/3nXI1Nm
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In New York, a federal judge extended a temporary restraining order on behalf of a group of health care workers who claimed that their religious beliefs compelled them to refuse the COVID-19 vaccine. Learn more about the implications of the ruling: bit.ly/2XIAEyL
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The U.K. government recently launched a consultation proposing significant changes to the U.K. General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). Learn more about the proposed reforms, their potential impact and the future of U.K. adequacy under E.U. GDPR: bit.ly/3lMjtEp
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In his latest blog post, benefits and executive compensation partner @fredreish continues his analysis of the Department of Labor’s FAQ 15, focusing on the factors to evaluate for a rollover recommendation. Read on to learn more: bit.ly/3u3or35
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If an employee is terminated for violating a COVID-19 policy, are they entitled to severance benefits? It depends. Read on to learn more: bit.ly/3hXZxgG
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In a 401(k) Advisor article, Rick Pearl and Heather Abrigo discuss how mandatory arbitration provisions and/or class-action waiver provisions can afford participants the right to have their disputes adjudicated and can dissuade opportunistic class actions. bit.ly/3zrxEmT
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A Faegre Drinker team led by corporate partners Matt Stamski and Brandon Mason advised @bostonsci in its acquisition of Devoro Medical, Inc., developer of the WOLF Thrombectomy® Platform. Learn more about our work on the matter. bit.ly/2ZlgStu
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An Illinois appellate court clarified which statues of limitations apply to Illinois Biometric Information Privacy Act (BIPA) claims. Partners Gregory Abrams and Justin Kay examine the court’s decision and what this will mean for clients going forward. bit.ly/2VZ4cHr
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#FoodAg2021 on Sept. 30 will include a general interest track featuring presentations on antitrust pitfalls during due diligence, carbon markets, food and ag investing and M&A, and international trade. Learn more. bit.ly/3hTTbOF
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In the second NIL Scouting Report, partner James Leonard and counsel Richard Wegener outline three cases that have contributed to the ability of college athletes to accept payment for their “name, image and likeness” without sacrificing NCAA eligibility. bit.ly/3zl1yJx
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Vaccine manufacturers and public health leaders continue to seek solutions, including efforts to authorize booster shots and vaccines for children and to increase global access to vaccines. Learn more in our latest COVID-19 Weekly Newsletter. bit.ly/3nN0HPI
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Senior counsel Bruce Ashton contributed to an IRIC paper, which serves as a plan sponsor’s guide to retirement income, settlor functions and fiduciary considerations when adding income solutions within defined contribution plans. Learn more. bit.ly/39hsTC0
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The latest TCPA blog details the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Texas decision that plaintiffs can bring claims for violations of 47 U.S.C. § 227(b) that arose while the government-debt exception to that provision was still on the books. bit.ly/39dRebJ
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The FTC issued a statement announcing a new interpretation of the 10-year-old “Personal Health Record Breach Notification Rule," indicating its intention to begin enforcing this rule. The privacy, cybersecurity & data strategy team addresses the update. bit.ly/3keJv3l
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