We’ve reached the end of another busy week here at the ILN, which means that there is under two weeks left until our Annual Meeting is under way!
So without further ado, here are this week’s top posts:
- McDonald Hopkins’ Ohio Statehouse Update: McDonald Hopkins looks at the top issues from this week (April 26th) including a push by the Ohio Manufacturers’ Association to maintain Ohio’s energy standards, a challenger for Governor Kasich, and legislation being considered.
- The controlled transactions, made in 2012, are to be reported to by 20 May 2013 from Lidings Law Firm: Lidings looks at changes to the Russian tax code and their implications for controlled transactions.
- Report from Russia: Strengthening Government Control or Striving for Compliance with International Standards? from Lidings Law Firm: Lidings discusses state regulation of the pharmaceutical market.
- McDonald Hopkins’ Government Strategies: This Week in Washington: McDonald Hopkins looks at the top issues in government for this week, including internet sales tax, immigration reform following the bombings in Boston, tax reforms, banking and furloughs.
- In A Case Against Retail Clothing Boutique, NLRB Finds Facebook Posts By Non-Union Employees “Classic Concerted Protected Activity” from Epstein Becker & Green: The NLRB is at it again, again finding social media posts by employees to be protected activities.
Enjoy your weekend!