WARNING: The Chemical Regulatory Landscape is Changing

Industry must be attuned to the upcoming changes in chemical regulation

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Grant Thornton LLP

Manufacturers can benefit from tax reform planning

Despite the uncertainty in Washington, manufacturers can realize benefits now by planning for anticipated tax reform.

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Radley Corporation

What the FSMA Means For Food Manufacturers

The Food Safety Modernization ACT (FSMA) is a massive change in the way that food safety is handled in the United States.

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NAFTA’s Been a Bust for U.S. Agriculture

American agriculture runs a sizable trade deficit with Canada and Mexico combined, and the gap has ballooned during the deal’s lifetime.

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Altus Group

Manufacturing Property Tax: Assess Reality, Not the Dream

Can your factory’s property tax assessment better reflect its true value?

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Steptoe & Johnson LLP

Congress: Catching Up with States on Driverless Cars

Legislation is under consideration to address automated vehicles – vehicles that drive themselves with minimum supervision by a human.

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Manufacturing in a new trade policy era

Manufacturers are closely monitoring trade-policy directions of the new administration and are preparing for new policies as they unfold.

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Ogletree Deakins

Isakson’s Bill Would Reinstate Labor Standard

An effort to prohibit micro-unions and restore a National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) precedent.

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Quarles & Brady

Strategies to Avoid Costly Franchise Holdover Litigation

Top strategies franchise leaders can take to successfully navigate and avoid common industry lawsuits.

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Sidley Austin LLP

Compliance Challenges Likely With EPA’s New Chemical Regulatory Program

The key to complying with EPA’s new chemical evaluation program is knowledge.

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Alliance for American Manufacturing

The Problem Isn’t Donald Trump. It’s Chinese Steel Imports.

Don’t let the politicians distract you. The steel industry’s real problem lies with China’s overcapacity.

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Ogletree Deakins

Saving for A Rainy Day

The comp time debate has returned. Lawmakers are proposing private sector employees can bank paid time off as public sector employees can.

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