All pain management practices that will not register as pain management clinics must obtain a Certificate of Exemption by January 1, 2019. Because the Department of Health has up to 30 days to approve or deny these initial applications, it is advisable to submit these applications as soon as possible, but in no event later than December 1, 2018.
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Judge Chen’s order requires the government to maintain TPS, as well as employment authorizations for TPS beneficiaries from certain countries, while the lawsuit challenging the government’s decision remains pending.
A quick-reference guide on the amendments and their effects if approved by the voters, prepared by Gunster’s government affairs practice.
According to USCIS, the premium processing fee will increase to $1,410, a 14.92 percent increase (after rounding) from the current fee of $1,225.
USCIS recently announced that it is extending the previously announced temporary suspension of premium processing for cap-subject H-1B petitions and, beginning Sept. 11, 2018, will be expanding this temporary suspension to include certain additional H-1B petitions.
On August 17, the Securities and Exchange Commission announced that it had adopted amendments to simplify and update disclosure requirements.
Gunster’s immigration law team discusses the recent DHS designation extending temporary protected status for Somalian individuals through March 17, 2020.
Gunster environmental law leader Luna Phillips weighs in on the proposed changes to the Endangered Species Act and what it means for Florida businesses.
Gunster environmental and land use law attorney Greg Munson weighs in on the changes coming down the pipeline for wetlands permitting in Florida.
Gunster labor & employment law attorneys Arturo Ross and Stephanie Turk explain the NLRB’s new pilot initiative aimed to enhance its alternative dispute resolution program.