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By Gregory Mersol
Once thought to be the next wave of wage-and-hour cases
By Thomas Hogan, Robert Steinwurtzel
Starting in 2019, California will subject hazardous waste facilities operating in the state to a "scoring" system called the Violations Scoring Procedure (VSP).
By Gregory J. Orlando
While much of the tech policy focus in 2019 will be centered on scrutinizing social media platforms and whether consumers' privacy is being adequately protected, there also will be opportunities for bipartisan efforts...
By Adam Higgins
House Democrats are preparing an aggressive oversight agenda in the 116th Congress, and their most intense assault could be on the Trump administration's energy and environmental agenda.
By Tyler Thompson
Democrats' new majority in the House will bring the Trump administration's past trade actions, as well as those under consideration, into sharper focus
By Adam Higgins
House Democrats will use their majority next year to push comprehensive legislation to increase infrastructure spending and transportation-related taxes to help pay for it.
By Carl Hittinger, Jeanne-Michele Mariani
Partner Carl Hittinger and Associate Jeanne-Michele Mariani authored an article published Oct. 26, 2018, by The Legal Intelligencer.
By Adam Higgins
Below is the federal policy team's weekly preview, published each week when Congress is in session.
By Lindsay Holmes
The FDA issued a report on the prevalence of food-borne illness risk factors in fast-food and full-service restaurants. The results are part of the first phase of a 10-year study on the issue.
By Christian Jones
Below is this week's "Capitol Hill Healthcare Update," which is posted on Mondays when Congress is in session.
By Roger Brown, Heather K.P. Fincher
At the International Tax Symposium held in Houston on Nov. 8 and 9 by the State Bar of Texas Tax Section, Daniel N. Price of the IRS Office of Chief Counsel reportedly said the IRS is not contemplating a separate disclosure program related to offshore cryptocurrency reporting.
By Simone O. Otenaike
This week, the SEC announced that it has settled charges against the founder of EtherDelta for operating an unregistered national securities exchange.
By David Farsiou
In SAS Institute v. Iancu, 138 S. Ct. 1348, 1351 (2018), the Supreme Court held that when the Patent Trial and Appeal Board
By Diana J. Stern
In this year's midterm elections, West Virginia conducted a statewide pilot utilizing a private blockchain
By Jonathan Blattmachr
There are (as usual these days) many interesting developments in the blockchain capital markets space this week
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