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By Meital Stavinsky, David Sofge
Winds of change are blowing across Florida – not a חמסין (scorcher), but instead tropical breezes that bring new hope for residents dealing with snarled traffic and new opportunities...
By Marc Antonecchia
The United States Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit recently upheld a Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) decision to publish an airworthiness directive ordering ...
By Judith Nemsick
In Martin v. United Airlines, Inc., __ Fed. App'x __, 2018 WL 992289 (10th Cir. Feb. 21, 2018), Oklahoma residents brought a putative class action asserting various breach of contract theories...
By Timothy Belevetz, Eric Crusius
Companies that receive or enter into contracts on projects financed by loans from multilateral development banks, such as the World Bank, and engage in corrupt practices face the risk of...
By Trisha Rich, Allison Martin Rhodes
The American Bar Association (ABA), on March 6, 2018, issued Formal Opinion 480, which specifically examines confidentiality obligations for lawyer blogging and other public commentary.
By Dianne Phillips
A recent Boston Globe editorial entitled "Gas-by-train? Beacon Hill Opens The Door" suggests that liquefied natural gas (LNG) may be arriving by train to New England from the shale gas region...
By Christopher Buch, Courtney A Thomson
Administrators of employee benefit plans governed by ERISA should make sure now that the claims procedures contained in their affected benefit plans comply with new regulations applicable to disability benefits.
By Dianne Phillips
Two recent developments have the potential to significantly impact governmental enforcement actions under the CERCLA, or Superfund, the Clean Water Act and the Clean Air Act, among other environmental programs.
By Nathan Adams IV
A South Florida court of appeal compelled arbitration against a nursing home in a negligence lawsuit after upholding a severability clause despite an unenforceable cap on non-economic damages...
By Eddie Williams III
The Florida Legislature passed a bill that makes significant changes to numerous provisions related to the regulation of various health care facilities by the Agency for Health Care Administration.
By Andrew Fiske
State and local governments – many of whom are already facing new sexual harassment regulations and enforcement actions at the state level – are now subject to additional federal scrutiny and ...
By Hart Passman, Norma Krayem
The Illinois Department of Transportation (IDOT) has announced a competitive grant program that includes up to $225 million in funding for freight mobility projects.
By Rafe Petersen
On Feb. 26, 2018, Judge Randolph D. Ross of the United States District Court for the District of Columbia dismissed a complaint filed by several public interest groups challenging President Donald Trump's Executive Order...
By Richard Lear, John Monaghan
In a 9-0 decision, the U.S. Supreme Court determined on Feb. 27, 2018, that the relevant transfer for purposes of the Section 546(e) safe harbor inquiry is the transfer that is sought to be avoided...
By Victoria Zerjav, Courtney A Thomson
Administrators of all employee benefit plans subject to the Employee Retirement Income Security Act of 1974 (ERISA) should ensure their plans' compliance with ERISA's Summary Plan Description (SPD) requirement.
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