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  • HUD Publishes Proposed Rule Amending the HUD Code, Comments Due by September 19, 2022

    The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) Code, the federal building code regulating the manufacture, installation, and overall safety standards of manufactured homes, is about to undergo another major update. On July 19, 2022, HUD published its proposed rule amending the HUD Code. The comment deadline is September 19, 2022.

  • Confidentiality Designations and Sealed Documents CLE

    Sealed documents procedures and confidentiality designations can be confusing. Farren Davis (New Orleans) will moderate “Confidentiality Designations and Sealed Documents CLE” hosted by the New Orleans Chapter of the Federal Bar Association on Wednesday, June 29, 2022. This presentation will review confidentiality destination and sealed documents procedures, limitations, and related recent case law. The NewMore

  • Superfund Tax Update – Are You Ready for the July 1 Effective Date?

    The Superfund tax takes effect on July 1, 2022, and the first deposits are due to the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) on July 29, 2022. With these impending deadlines, chemical distributors have numerous questions about this tax, including the information needed to figure out their obligations, what must be reported to the IRS, and whetherMore

  • Allyson Byrd Joins McGlinchey’s Products Liability, Employment Litigation Teams in New Orleans

    McGlinchey is pleased to announce that Ally Byrd has joined the firm’s Enterprise Litigation and Investigations section as a Member in the New Orleans office. Ally focuses her practice on products liability and mass tort lawsuits alleging economic loss, product defects, and personal injuries, and defends premises liability, workplace injury, and workers’ compensation claims, as well as employment litigation.

  • The Superfund Tax Is Almost Here – Are You Ready?

    Beginning July 1, 2022, a Federal excise tax, commonly referred to as the “Superfund Tax,” will be imposed on any taxable chemical sold by a manufacturer, producer, or importer. The Superfund Tax also will be imposed on the importer if taxable chemicals are consumed, used, or warehoused in the United States. The Superfund Tax funds the Hazardous Substance Superfund Trust Fund for use in the clean-up of hazardous waste sites.

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