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By Jacqueline Mulryne, Daisy Bray
DDCs are human medicines that include a medical device.
By Mark Colley, Tom McSorley, Sonia Tabriz
Whether the DoD's cybersecurity rules might prompt FCA liability has been a concern and debated issue ever since they were first rolled out in 2013 (modified substantially in 2015).
By Tirzah S. Lollar, Owen Dunn
The recent rollout of DOJ's False Claims Act Cooperation Guidance left many practitioners scratching their heads about how it really changed the landscape on cooperation since, as we previously blogged:
By Paul Pompeo, Amanda J. Sherwood
One of the more onerous requirements of federal government contracting is the mandate to submit certified cost or pricing data.
By Daniel Hawke
A recent series of insider trading actions charging senior lawyers in legal departments of prominent public companies suggests that insider trading by lawyers may be on the rise.
By Vincent Sama, Brendan M. Gibbons
On May 15, 2019, a Connecticut Superior Court found that defendants in a claim under the Securities Act of 1933 were entitled to the mandatory discovery stay pending a motion to dismiss under the PSLRA ...
By Paul Pompeo, Sonia Tabriz
The Boeing Company v. United States, Civil No. 17-1969C (May 29, 2019) reveals the Court of Federal Claims' interpretation of the Cost Accounting Standards statute as primarily benefiting the government, ...
By Teresa Johnson
General Motors shareholders last week elected a slate of directors that includes more women than men.
By John E. Nilsson, Michael J. Gershoni
On May 30, 2019, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit revived a pair of patent infringement cases initiated by Lone Star Silicon Innovations LLC, a Texas licensing entity, against chipmakers Nanya Technology Corp. ...
By Gregory Harrington, Arturo Caraballo
As alerted in our previous Advisories, LIBOR, the "world's most important number," is being phased out.
By Veronica Callahan, Ellen Fleishhacker, Kathleen Reilly, Muriel Raggi
On May 23, 2019, the SEC, NASAA, and FINRA issued a fact sheet to provide guidance to financial professionals and firms about the Senior Safe Act and its immunity provisions, which were passed a year ago.
By Lynn Fischer Fox, Amy Budner Smith
The Trump Administration has increased the tariff rate on a wide array of products imported from China and is poised to impose new tariffs on even more imports from China.
By Chase R. Raines
The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit's recent decision in Duke Energy Florida LLC v. FirstEnergy Corp. illustrates that indirect liability can be a very challenging legal theory to pursue when the alleged conduct ...
By John E. Nilsson, Michael J. Gershoni
On May 30, 2019, the United States Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit revived a pair of patent infringement cases initiated by Lone Star Silicon Innovations LLC, a Texas licensing entity, against chipmakers Nanya Technology Corp. ...
By Andrew Bauer, Jonathan Green, Sara Murphy D'Amico
This renewed emphasis on individuals was generally regarded as a positive step toward rooting out corporate wrongdoing.
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