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By Ryan Rohlfsen, Mimi Yang
In this podcast, the second in a two-part series, litigation & enforcement partners Mimi Yang and Ryan Rohlfsen continue our analysis of the revised Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA) Enforcement Policy.
By Scott A. McKeown
In advance of the upcoming hearing, the U.S. Dept. of Justice has filed its amicus brief supporting the agency's decision to deny immunity.
By Andrew Thomases, Matthew Rizzolo, Andrew Sutton, Andrew Radsch
In the panel decision written by Chief Judge Prost, the court denied HTC Corp.'s petition for a writ of mandamus.
By Aaron Katz, Gabrielle G. Hirz, Kat Saunders Gregor
The Supreme Court was presented with a challenge to the state of New Jersey's attempts to repeal prior states laws prohibiting sports wagering.
By Rohan Massey
The derogation essentially exempts micro, small and medium-sized organisations from this recordkeeping requirement.
By Brett Friedman, Alison Fethke, Jamie E. Darch
Over the past year, a growing number of governmental investigations and settlements call into question the practice of pharmaceutical companies donating to independent charities...
By Richard Batchelder, Jr., Dennis Coleman, Aaron Katz
Contrary to what some in the mainstream media have reported, the Supreme Court's decision does not legalize sports wagering.
By Ryan Rohlfsen, Brendan Hanifin, Patrick J. Reinikainen, Ethan M Thomas
The recent boom in initial coin offerings has drawn wide-ranging regulatory scrutiny in the U.S. stemming from concerns that main-street investors are at increased risk of exposure to fraud when investing in...
By Ropes & Gray LLP's FDA Regulatory Practice, Ropes & Gray LLP's Digital Health Practice Group
On April 27, 2018, FDA issued draft guidance on the regulation of devices with multiple functions.
By Keith Higgins
The Spring 2018 unified regulatory agenda – the so-called "Reg Flex" agenda – came out on May 9.
By Kat Saunders Gregor, Brittany Cvetanovich
This article by partner Kat Gregor and associate Brittany Cvetanovich was published by Law360 on May 4, 2018.
By Scott A. McKeown
While the Patent Trial & Appeal Board's (PTAB) plan to switch from the broadest reasonable interpretation (BRI) to a Phillips claim construction may not be the magic bullet that Patent Owner's expect ...
By Ama Adams, Brendan Hanifin, Emerson Siegle
On May 8, 2018, President Donald Trump announced that the United States is preparing to reinstate the sanctions it waived as part of the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action, and to impose additional sanctions targeting Iran.
By Michelle Visser, David Cohen
As the well-known proverb provides, "no good deed goes unpunished." On March 8, 2018, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit unfortunately lent support to that theory when it reversed ...
By Ropes & Gray LLP's Investment Management Practice Group
In a May 3, 2018 release (the "Release"), the SEC proposed amendments to the "Loan Rule" (as defined below), part of the SEC's auditor independence rule, Rule 2-01 of Regulation S-X.
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