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By Arnold & Porter Kaye Scholer LLP
An Arkansas federal judge this month rejected Wal-Mart's "conclusory" assertion that an in-house investigation was protected from discovery by the attorney-client privilege and work product doctrine.
By Arnold & Porter Kaye Scholer LLP
In April, the Ninth Circuit ruled in Dunson v. Cordis Corp. that a defendant is not entitled to remove cases to federal court based on the Class Action Fairness Act of 2005 (CAFA) when plaintiffs...
By Ethan Shenkman, Michael Gerrard, Erika Norman
After declining to recommit to the Paris climate change agreement at last week's G-7 summit, it came as little surprise that President Donald Trump announced that the United States "will withdraw...
By Ellen Fleishhacker
As part of their diversified investment programs, many family offices invest in private alternative investment funds, which may include real estate funds, hedge funds, private equity funds...
By David Freeman, Jr., L. Charles Landgraf, Christopher Allen, Robert Azarow, Robert Holton, Ellen Fleishhacker, Michael Mancusi, Brian McCormally, Henry G. Morriello, A. Patrick Doyle, George M. Williams Jr., Howard Hyde, Douglas Pelley, Nancy Perkins, Andrew Shipe, Helen Mayer Clark, Robert Fischbeck, Paul Howard, Anthony Raglani
On June 8, 2017, the House of Representatives passed H.R. 10, the "Financial CHOICE Act of 2017" (FCA), by a near-party-line vote of 233-186.
By Cara Koss, Meredith Walsh, Declan Tansey
On April 25, 2017, the White House announced its plan for tax reform, in an outline called "2017 Tax Reform for Economic Growth and American Jobs" (the White House Plan).
By Lawton M. Camp, Gregory Harrington, Raul Herrera, Edward Vergara, Andrew Shipe
Financial institutions in Latin America and the Caribbean should consider the potential opportunities that have arisen as a result of the recent U.S. elections.
By Lawrence Culleen, Eric Rey
Failing to do so could adversely affect numerous businesses that over the years probably have not worried too much about the Toxic Substances Control Act.
By Manvin Mayell
Against this landscape, we summarize below some recent significant decisions regarding FCA actions premised on risk minimization or benefit overstatement.
By Alan Rothman
The following recent developments at the Judicial Panel on Multidistrict Litigation provide some practical pointers when facing litigation in multiple jurisdictions.
By Jacqueline Mulryne, Ewan Townsend, Lincoln Tsang
On General Election day 2017, Jackie Mulryne, Ewan Townsend, & Lincoln Tsang, Arnold & Porter Kaye Scholer LLP, discuss the impact Brexit will have on clinical research
By Paul Andrews, Veronica Callahan, John Freedman, Daniel Hawke, Joshua Martin, Adam Reinhart, Michael Trager
On June 5, 2017, the United States Supreme Court unanimously held in Kokesh v. SEC that a five-year limitations period applies to disgorgement claims brought by the United States SEC...
By Ethan Shenkman
I am pleased to debut this new column, which is about the private practice of environmental law — but with a twist.
By Kenneth Chernof, John D. Lombardo, Daphne Morduchowitz, Andrew K. Solow, David J. Weiner, Caitlin Annatoyn, Paul Beavers, Tiffany Ikeda, Michael Kientzle, Colleen Lima, Adam Rapp
An Arkansas federal judge this month rejected Wal-Mart's "conclusory" assertion that an in-house investigation was protected from discovery by the attorney-client privilege and work product doctrine.
By Kenneth Chernof, John D. Lombardo, Daphne Morduchowitz, Andrew K. Solow, David J. Weiner, Caitlin Annatoyn, Paul Beavers, Tiffany Ikeda, Michael Kientzle, Colleen Lima, Adam Rapp
The Ninth Circuit affirmed a district court's decision to dismiss a pension fund's putative securities class action in City of Dearborn Heights Act 345 Police & Fire Retirement System v. Align...
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