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By Alan Rothman
Welcome to the latest installment of "And Now A Word From The Panel," a column which "rides the circuit" with the Judicial Panel on Multidistrict Litigation as it meets on a bimonthly basis...
By Ethan Shenkman
Tribes and Native Villages are demonstrating reinvigorated environmental activism as they face new pressures on the natural resources many depend on for their economic and cultural livelihood.
By David Freeman, Jr., Robert Azarow, Kathleen Wechter, Michael Mancusi, Eleni Zanias, Kevin Toomey
On July 21, 2017, the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency (OCC) released a consent order (Order) that serves as a cautionary tale for the banking industry.
By William H. Voth, Jessica Caterina
Judge Friedman's narrow focus on the materiality requirement implies that Escobar may not open the door for such theories as wide as many observers initially thought.
By Samuel Goodman
Following the Government's decision to include a revised data protection law in the Queen's Speech last month, the House of Lords EU Home Affairs Sub-Committee reviewed the potential implications on national security, ...
By James Joseph, Bridget Weiss, Samuel Witten, Andras Kosaras
On January 23, 2017, President Trump announced broad new restrictions on US foreign assistance for nongovernmental organizations that "perform or actively promote abortion as a method of family planning."
By Jacqueline Mulryne, Louise Strom
One of the four projects to be funded by the new package is the ‘Digital Health Technology Catalyst'.
By Adam Golodner, Claire Reade, Charles Blanchard, Ronald Lee, Yingxi Fu-Tomlinson, Anton A. Ware, Zhe Yu, E. Christopher Beeler
On June 1, 2017, China's new Cyber Security Law took effect.
By Michael Gerrard, Edward McTiernan
The courts decided 46 cases in 2016 under the New York State Environ¬mental Quality Review Act (SEQRA), which requires the preparation of an environmen¬tal impact statement (EIS) for state....
By David Freeman, Jr., Christopher Allen, Michael Mancusi, Michael Mierzewski, Gilbert Serota, Robert Fischbeck, Helen Mayer Clark, Kevin Toomey
On July 10, 2017, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau released its Final Rule to prohibit the use of pre-dispute arbitration agreements in contracts for covered consumer financial products...
By Ethan Shenkman
Environmental partner Ethan Shenkman was recently interviewed for E&E TV's "OnPoint" series projecting how the EPA may address a proposed rule to rescind the Waters of the United States rule...
By Jacqueline Mulryne, Silvia Valverde
On 28 June, the Advocate General of the Court of Justice of the European Union gave his opinion on the SNITEM and Philips France case against France.
By Michael Gerrard
Decarbonizing the U.S. energy system will require a program of building onshore wind, offshore wind, utility-scale solar, and associated transmission that will exceed what has been done before...
By Adela Williams, Lincoln Tsang, Jacqueline Mulryne, Silvia Valverde
On 28 June 2017, Advocate General Sanchez-Bordona issued his opinion in Case C-329/16, the first case in which the CJEU has been asked to consider the classification of software...
By Kathy Osgerby, Paul Abbott, Christopher Stothers, Rhiannon Edwards
The UK Supreme Court has overturned existing case law to, for the first time, formally recognise a "doctrine of equivalents", resulting in a broader scope of patent protection under UK law.
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