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By Craig D. Margolis, Tirzah S. Lollar, Michael Samuels
Just before the July 4 holiday, the Ninth Circuit easily affirmed summary judgment for technology and manufacturing company Honeywell in yet another False Claims Act case that turned in large part on application...
By David Sausen, Gus Weinkam
On June 21, 2018, a 5-4 majority of the US Supreme Court in South Dakota v. Wayfair, Inc. overturned the physical presence sales tax rule set forth in Quill Corp. v. North Dakota.
By Hannah Kerr-Peterson, Lincoln Tsang, Katya Farkas
The Public Access Regulation seeks to strike a balance between the desire for increased transparency of decision-making bodies and the importance of protecting specified public and private interests
By Kenneth Chernof, John D. Lombardo, Daphne Morduchowitz, Andrew K. Solow, Danielle M. Weiner, Paul Beavers, Tommy Huynh, Tiffany Ikeda, Michael Kientzle, Colleen Lima
month, a three-justice panel of the California Court of Appeal affirmed a trial court's order denying Uber's motion to arbitrate claims brought by a Lyft driver who also drove for Uber.
By Kara Daniels, Nathaniel Castellano
Performance of a government contract often requires use of patented processes and products, which may not be owned by or licensed to the United States or the performing contractor.
By Arnold & Porter Kaye Scholer LLP
In Lanovaz v. Twinings North America, Inc., the Ninth Circuit affirmed the district court's order granting summary judgment for tea maker Twinings on a consumer's claims for injunctive relief...
By Arnold & Porter Kaye Scholer LLP
This month, a three-justice panel of the California Court of Appeal affirmed a trial court's order denying Uber's motion to arbitrate claims brought by a Lyft driver who also drove for Uber.
By Stuart Turner, Nathaniel Castellano
Federal agencies are increasingly utilizing OTA to craft agreements that are not subject to traditional procurement laws and therefore should, in theory, allow the Government greater access to innovative solutions.
By Veronica Callahan, John Freedman, Daphne Morduchowitz, Vincent Sama, Catherine Schumacher, Jennifer Wieboldt
On June 19, 2018, the Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit in Giunta v. Dingman, No. 17-1375-cv, 2018 WL 3028686 (2d Cir. Jun. 19, 2018) ...
By Arnold & Porter Kaye Scholer LLP
This month, the Supreme Court resolved an emerging circuit split on the availability of tolling for successive class action claims.
By Alan Rothman
The following recent developments at the Judicial Panel on Multidistrict Litigation provide some practical pointers when facing litigation in multiple jurisdictions.
By Kathy Harford, Jacqueline Mulryne, Adela Williams, Richard Dickinson, Nicholas Townsend
The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) entered into force on 25 May 2018 and, in the absence of any transition period, companies are now expected to be in full compliance with the new requirements.
By D. Tyler Nurnberg, Seth J. Kleinman
In a decision of significance for secured lenders, the Ninth Circuit recently affirmed a lender's ability to purchase a "blocking position" in junior debt to prevent confirmation of a "cramdown" plan.
By Veronica Callahan, John Freedman, Daniel Hawke, Charles A. Kreafle, Joshua Martin, Daphne Morduchowitz, Adam Reinhart, Vincent Sama, Michael Trager
On June 21, 2018, a 7-2 majority of the United States Supreme Court held in Lucia v. Securities and Exchange Commission that administrative law judges (ALJs) of the Securities and Exchange Commission ...
By Lawrence E. Culleen, Michael D. Daneker, Sean Morris, Peggy Otum, Jonathan Koenig, Thomas Santoro
his quarterly newsletter provides updates on litigation, regulatory, legislative, and other notable developments involving chemicals of concern to business.
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