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By Helen Clapp, Vivek Krishnamurthy
On November 29, Australia became only the second country in the world to enact legislation to fight modern slavery when the country's Parliament passed the Modern Slavery Act.
By Vivek Krishnamurthy
As we mark the 70th anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights today, some might say that we have little to celebrate.
By Seth Jaffe
wo seemingly unrelated adaptation stories caught my eye last week. The first involved efforts by the California Coastal Commission to provide guidance on "Residential Adaptation" to climate change.
By Christian Springer
Despite Mylan' $465 million settlement with the Department of Justice for overcharging Medicaid millions of dollars for its product EpiPen ...
By Scott Bloomberg
Wisconsin's new Attorney General, Democrat Josh Kaul, won a narrow victory over the incumbent Republican, Brad Schimel, by about 20,000 votes.
By Colin Zick
The concept that one is known by the company one keeps dates back to ancient times
By Seth Jaffe
Members of the New York City Council have introduced a proposal to impose mandatory building energy efficiency standards.
By Foley Hoag LLP
Kevin Conroy, former Massachusetts Deputy Attorney General, explains how companies overcome regulatory challenges of intercontinental cannabis banking on the Cannabis Reporter Radio Show...
By Kevin Fitzgerald, Punam Singh Rogers
On Monday, December 3, 2018, the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) published in the federal register a proposed new rule ...
By Thomas Barker
In 2006, former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney signed Chapter 58 of the Massachusetts Acts of 2006 into law.
By Dean Richlin, Rachel Hutchinson
On November 16, 2018, the U.S Education Secretary Betsy DeVos released proposed regulations designed to overhaul how colleges address allegations of sexual misconduct.
By Robert Sawyer, Ayah K. Zaidi
As a reminder, investment advisers who are subject to any state registration, renewal or notice filing fees must have funded their IARD accounts by December 17 in order to cover such fees...
By Areta Kupchyk, Snehal Trivedi, Paul Kim
Congress enacted the Medical Device Amendments in 1976 establishing the regulatory framework for evaluating safety and effectiveness of medical devices.
By Zachary Gerson
November 26th was a big day for solar energy in Massachusetts.
By Seth Jaffe
In August, a judge in South Carolina issued a nationwide injunction against the "Suspension Rule," which delayed the effective date of the 2015 Waters of the United States rule. Now, a judge in Oregon has gone even further.
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