Contractor crunch time: Responding to OFCCP’s new initiatives on pay equity, compliance certification, audits, and more

The Hogan Lovells Employment and Government Contracts teams discussed significant developments for federal supply and service contractors, including from the Department of Labor's Office of ...

From "no poach" to merger control: An update on the continuing evolution of antitrust enforcement in labor markets

On Wednesday, March 16, 2022 the Hogan Lovells Antitrust and Competition team had a discussion on the evolution and expansion of antitrust enforcement in labor markets and how to...

You're invited | So, we're making a change … Coaching contracts in the NCAA and the Pros

In the second program of our intercollegiate webinar series, we unpacked legal issues related to the hiring (and firing) of college coaches.

Building your Post-Alston playbook

The rules of the game changed, and our featured speakers unpacked what the student-athlete victory in NCAA v. Alston means for college sports.

COVID-19 testing for colleges and universities

As many colleges and universities prepare to reopen, one recurring question is whether and how to conduct COVID-19 testing on some or all of those returning to the campus community.

Reopening in the COVID-19 era: Liability and related legal considerations

As we approach the new academic year in the midst of the continuing coronavirus pandemic, colleges and universities are challenged to determine how they can reopen safely.

The Association of International Education Administrators Annual Conference

William Ferreira will be speaking during two sessions of the 2020 AIEA Annual Conference in Washington, D.C. On Tuesday, February 18, he will present during the session entitled, "Building...

Foreign influences on research – the current state of play

As we begin 2020, potential foreign influences on U.S. government-sponsored research continue to be a significant area of federal oversight activity.

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