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By Anthony Samson, Tatum E. Holland
As expected, Gavin Newsom was recently elected to be the next Governor of California.
By Christopher Allen, Robert Azarow, Ellen Fleishhacker, David Freeman, Jr., L. Charles Landgraf, Michael Mancusi, Christopher J. Dodd, Paul Howard, Amber A. Hay
Following historical trends, the first mid-term Congressional election in the Trump Administration has concluded with a new Democratic majority in the House of Representatives.
By Michael Gerrard, Edward McTiernan
Heat causes more deaths in the U.S. than any other natural hazard more than floods, hurricanes, or tornadoes. As a result of climate change, it is getting worse.
By Eugenia Pierson, Kristine Blackwood, Rosemary Maxwell, Pari Mody, CJ Mahler
Following historical trends, the first mid-term Congressional election in the Trump Administration has concluded with significant losses among the House GOP, resulting in a new Democratic majority.
By Kenneth Chernof, Arthur Luk, Ron Ghatan
rotecting against data breaches, hacks and cyber threats is an unwelcome but necessary reality for businesses today.
By John Barker, John Bellinger, III, L. Charles Landgraf, Ronald K. Henry, Amy Jeffress, Soo-Mi Rhee, Baruch Weiss, Nicholas Townsend, Samuel Witten, Michael J. Atkinson, Tal R. Machnes, Elizabeth T.M. Fitzpatrick
uthors' Note: This Advisory is structured in four parts. Part I provides a summary of the previously waived Iran-related sanctions ...
By David Sausen, Carey W. Smith, C. Sarah Soloveichik
The Regulations provide much-needed guidance, although a number of significant open questions remain.
By L. Charles Landgraf, Kevin O'Neill, J. David Park, Claire Reade, Lynn Fischer Fox, Gregory M. Louer, Daniel Wilson, Amy Budner Smith, Amy Davenport, Samantha Martin, Taylor Cazeault
Writing before the mid-term election results are in, we anticipate that President Donald J. Trump will continue to aggressively pursue his original campaign pledge to rebalance relationships with key US trading partners.
By David Freeman, Jr., Christopher Allen, John Barker, Michael Mancusi, Brian McCormally, Baruch Weiss, Erik Walsh, Tal R. Machnes, Kevin Toomey
On November 5, 2018, the members of the Federal Financial Institutions Examination Council (FFIEC), which is comprised of the federal bank regulatory agencies ...
By Amy Budner Smith, Roxana Boyd
This summer, for the first time in more than a decade, Congress reauthorized legislation governing the country's Career and Technical Education (CTE) programs (commonly referred to as "the Perkins Act").
By Kathy Harford, Jacqueline Mulryne, Lincoln Tsang
On 25 October 2018, the Court of Justice of the EU (CJEU) held in Case C-527/17 Boston Scientific that, where a medical device incorporates an ancillary drug substance, that substance will not be entitled to supplementary protection certificate (SPC) protection.
By Kenneth Chernof, John D. Lombardo, Daphne Morduchowitz, Andrew K. Solow, David J. Weiner, Paul Beavers, Michael S. Bullerman, Tommy Huynh, Tiffany Ikeda, Michael Kientzle, Colleen Lima
In August,the Ninth Circuit held that a district courts local rule that set a strict deadline for filing a class certification motion is incompatible with the flexible Federal Rules of Civil Procedure
By Nancy L. Perkins, Anthony Raglani, Zoe V. Walkinshaw, Ronald Lee, Angel T. Nakamura, Anthony Samson
On September 23, 2018, the governor of California signed into law an amended version of the California Consumer Privacy Act of 2018 (CCPA), which was originally enacted in late June 2018.
By Kenneth Chernof, Arthur Luk, Ron Ghatan
Protecting against data breaches, hacks and cyber threats is an unwelcome but necessary reality for businesses today.
By Jacqueline Mulryne, John Schmidt
Last week, the CJEU gave its decision in another procurement case in the healthcare area, Case C‑413/17 Roche Lietuva UAB.
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