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By Seth Jaffe
ClimateWire (subscription required) reported today that Russia plans to join the Paris Agreement. Apparently, Russia is doing so because it sees a global move to a low-carbon economy and it
By John Marston
Late last month the U.S. Attorney's Office for the District of Connecticut issued a press release regarding the latest False Claims Act (FCA) settlement involving the healthcare industry
By Isa Mirza, Helen Clapp
The Trump Administration is using the reauthorization of a pipeline safety statute as an opening to insert new provisions that would give U.S. authorities broader latitude.
By Peter Sullivan
In our prior blog entries here, here, here, here, here and here, we followed the course of Matal v. Tam, the case involving the mark "THE SLANTS."
By Peter Sullivan
Under 15 U.S.C. § 1117(a), trademark holder who proves infringement may receive as damages an award of profits
By James Fullmer
Local governments may not be in the headlines as much as their state and federal counterparts, but last week saw local governments getting their turn on the news.
By Andrew London
As a quick glance at any news outlet makes clear, the 2020 Election cycle is in full swing. While the early press coverage is already focusing on the large field of aspiring presidential nominees
By Thomas Barker
On June 19, the House of Representatives passed the funding bill for the Department of Health and Human Services for fiscal year 2020.
By John Shope, Kevin Chen
An important legal doctrine for companies that buy and sell in regulated markets is the "filed rate" doctrine, which limits legal challenges to rates determined by regulators
By Michael Licker
Massachusetts Secretary of State Bill Galvin and his Securities Division are increasingly turning their attention toward securities offerings in the cannabis industry
By Seth Jaffe
Yesterday, EPA finalized its Affordable Clean Energy rule, which will replace the Obama Clean Power Plan. More on ACE later.
By Jonathan Keselenko, Christopher Feudo, Erin Olesen
The past few days saw two major updates to the Massachusetts Paid Family and Medical Leave Act (PFMLA) of which employers should be aware
By Christian Springer
From "Netflix and Chill" to the "Netflix Subscription Model", Netflix is apparently just as good at describing the way we consume media as it is for describing the way Medicaid will pay for prescription drugs.
By Thomas Barker, Christopher Feudo, Ross Margulies
On June 13, 2019, the Internal Revenue Service (IRS), Department of Labor and Department of Health and Human Services (HHS)
By DeAnn Smith, Peter Sullivan, Philip Swain
Last year, in St. Regis Mohawk Tribe v. Mylan Pharmaceuticals Inc., the Federal Circuit rejected the use of tribal sovereign immunity as a defense
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