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By Thomas Dougherty, Dieter J. Raemdonck
That means it's time to take a look at the scorecard and review the energy and utilities related issues that won and lost this legislative season.
By Dietrich Hoefner
Similar to other recent EPA decisions, this language also signals a move toward streamlining EPA's processes and elevating important decisions up to the EPA Administrator.
By Gregory Y. Harris
The Arizona Constitution requires that the Arizona Corporation Commission ("Commission") approve just and reasonable rates, the determination of which is to be evaluated by the Commission.
By Gregory Y. Harris
Early on the morning of May 4, the Arizona Legislature adjourned the Second Regular Session of the 53rd Legislature.
By Carla A. Consoli
As recently reported in a number of news outlets, EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt has proposed a rule within the EPA that would require the Agency to use research that is publicly available in...
By Emily A. Bayton
According to Interbrand's 2017 Best Global Brands, the Apple® brand is valued at $184 billion dollars. And the top 10 brands hold 45 percent of the best global brands overall value...
By Marla Hudgens
This is the time to be involved in the indoor rock climbing and recreational industry.
By Stanley Lutz
Governor Ducey recently signed two bills passed by the Arizona legislature dealing with water quality programs.
By Terry Ahearn, D. Stuart Bartow
GDPR will impact any U.S. company that has a web presence and markets their goods or services to European markets.
By Emily A. Bayton
Hints on a possible presidential run by Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper could boost attention for outdoor-industry issues in the 2020 campaign.
By Constantine “Gus” Marantidis
The Federal Circuit found that neither of the three Arendi S.A.R.L. caveats applied
By Dietrich Hoefner
Responsibility for this role previously resided with regional EPA administrators.
By Lewis Roca Rothgerber Christie LLP
The Patent Trial and Appeal Board, consistent with the PTO guidelines, is obligated to dismiss new arguments and evidence presented for the first time during the oral argument phase of an inter partes review proceeding.
By D. Stuart Bartow
In a span of less than a week in February, the Federal Circuit issued two precedential decisions that may impact the willingness of district courts to resolve patent eligibility issues on early motions.
By Glenn Light, Jason Bacigalupi
In Nevada, manufacturers and distributors of gaming devices and related equipment have been unwilling to enter the market because of the high cost and arduous nature of the licensing process.
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