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2016 is already half over and it is hard to imagine where this year has gone. To ensure that you are up to date with all the industry news and trends, has compiled the list of the top 10 articles of the year so far. Dive into the articles that thousands of in-house counsel professionals read to stay informed on 2016's biggest industry news, developments, trends and expert analysis to date:
1. The controversial overtime rule is about to come in for a landing
2. What does the Department of Labor's new fiduciary rule mean?
3. California employers need to comply with new Fair Pay Act
4. Advertising Regulatory Landscape: What In-House Counsel Need to Consider when Responding to A FTC or State AG Action
5. The Yates Memo: Its impact on the prosecution of corporations and individual defendants
6. Your employees' cell phone use might take you out of labor law compliance
7. Restaurant owners ordered to end pay to play wait staff practice
8. How will the FDA regulate 3D printing?
9. Share this! How our outside firms should work with junior in-house attorneys
10. Are you the first-ever GC? Here’s what goes down

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