Tag Archives: Trump Administration

Recall Roundup: September

Last month, the solar eclipse captivated the United States and many consumers flocked to purchase solar eclipse glasses to safely observe the astronomical phenomenon. We discussed how NASA issued a safety alert advising consumers on the proper eye protection they should seek. Now, some consumers have filed a class action lawsuit against a major online retailer … Continue Reading

Retailers Await New Drone Regulations Amid Trump Administration Regulation Freeze

Retailers are exploring how to use drones to quickly deliver online orders to customers. In June 2016, the FAA issued a final rule permitting flights by commercial drones under certain conditions. While the rule was a welcome step forward for the commercial drone industry, the operational restrictions prohibited drones to fly over any populated areas due to safety concerns, essentially forbidding commercial drones in most urban areas.… Continue Reading

Retail’s Blind Spot: Your Supply Chain and Distribution Facilities as Labor Union Organizing Targets

While proactive retail employers are responding to, and preparing for, union organizing efforts at their retail stores, many supply chain workforces remain vulnerable to targeted union campaigns. Join us for a complimentary webinar on Tuesday, March 7, 2017, as we address the special circumstances and vulnerabilities of workforces at warehouses, distribution centers, transport and other supply chain operations.… Continue Reading

Trump Administration’s Impact on Financial Services Regulation and the SEC

As with other areas of the law, the recent presidential election will present both challenges and opportunities for retailers concerned with financial and securities regulation. The appointment of financial markets regulators is one of the principal means by which the President affects regulation of financial markets, which in turn could affect the availability of credit for retailers and the overall economic environment in which they operate. … Continue Reading
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