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January 2021

Recapture of Excess COVID-19 Payroll Tax Credits Addressed in New Regs As the legal, regulatory, and commercial implications of coronavirus COVID-19 continue to evolve, our lawyers and advisors are helping clients navigate the complex considerations that companies around the world are facing and develop plans and strategies in response. Reach out to our ...

January 2021

Since the beginning of the Brexit process in 2016, Covington’s Brexit Task Force–comprised of over 40 lawyers and former senior diplomats and policymakers, in London, Brussels, Frankfurt, Dublin, and Washington–has advised clients in a wide range of industries on the challenges and opportunities created by this historic event. While the EU-UK negotiations have ...

January-February 2021, Journal of Robotics, Artificial Intelligence & Law

January 26, 2021, Covington Alert

This e-alert reviews trends emerging from warning letters and untitled letters concerning product advertising and promotion issued in 2020 by the Office of Prescription Drug Promotion (OPDP) of the Center for Drug Evaluation and Research (CDER), the Advertising and Promotional Labeling Branch (APLB) in the Office of Compliance and Biologics Quality (OCBQ) of the ...

January 22, 2021, Covington Alert

On January 19, 2021, the Department of Commerce (“Commerce”) published an Interim Final Rule to implement provisions of Executive Order 13873, “Executive Order on Securing the Information and Communications Technology and Services Supply Chain” (May 15, 2019) (the “ICTS Order”).  Unless suspended by the Biden Administration, the Rule will go into effect 60 days ...

January 22, 2021, Covington Alert

The ethics rules that apply to Presidential appointees shifted Wednesday, in some ways significantly, as President Biden, just hours after being sworn in, signed an “Executive Order on Ethics Commitments by Executive Branch Personnel” and President Trump, just hours before his term expired, revoked his Executive Order on Ethics. This alert summarizes the key ...

January 21, 2021, Covington Alert

On 15 January 2021, the UK Supreme Court handed down its judgment in the test case brought by the Financial Conduct Authority (“FCA”), which is intended to clarify how commonly-used business interruption insurance wordings will respond to losses arising from the Covid-19 outbreak in the United Kingdom. The Supreme Court’s decision followed a ‘leapfrog’ appeal ...

January 21, 2021, Covington Alert

A series of recent high-profile English cases have considered the scope of what is called the Quincecare duty. That duty, owed concurrently in contract and in tort, obligates banks to refrain from executing customers’ orders where they are on inquiry that an order may be an attempt to misappropriate a customer’s funds. This alert discusses an important new ...