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By Marlee Waxelbaum, Virginia Bell Flynn, Alan Wingfield, David Anthony
The United States Supreme Court has granted certiorari to a Telephone Consumer Protection Act case that could fundamentally shape the interpretation of one of the most litigated statutes in America.
By Elizabeth Flowers, Alan Wingfield
The Eleventh Circuit recently held that consumers were properly compelled to arbitration
By Michael Lacy
The U.S. Supreme Court has granted a petition by a healthcare company to consider whether courts must give deference to the FCC's legal interpretation of the Telephone Consumer Protection Act.
By Troutman Sanders Tobacco Practice
On December 5, 2018, FDA will hold a public hearing to discuss its efforts to eliminate youth e-cigarette and other tobacco product use.
By Alan Wingfield, Jamie Rudd
Some merchants prefer their customers to pay for their purchases with cash so they can avoid transaction fees associated with credit card purchases.
By Kristopher P. Henman, W. Peter Beardsley, Opeyemi Akinbamidele
Private equity and venture capital investment funds ("Funds") are increasingly interested in entering into credit facilities to provide these Funds with short-term liquidity.
By Sharie Brown
Companies that do business with supply chain links to China, Russia and certain other countries are at risk of unintentionally violating the various U.S. ...
By Elizabeth B. Garner, Justin A. Wood
The implementation period for changes in lease accounting standards under United States generally accepted accounting principles ("GAAP") ...
By Larry Cerutti, Matthew Hrutkay
Most of us have a general understanding of what "litigation financing" means.
By James Washburn
Limited liability companies ("LLCs") in Delaware and most other states have the option to specify in their operating agreements that their managers owe no fiduciary duties to other members or the company.
By S. Mohsin Reza, Mary Zinsner
As America's check collection system continues to move away from being paper-based, the Federal Reserve Board is updating the liability provisions of Regulation CC to reflect this reality.
By Timothy St. George, Marie L. Dienhart
On October 31, the Supreme Court heard oral argument in Frank v. Gaos (No. 17-961), a case challenging the use and limits of cy pres deals in class action lawsuits.
By Meghan Mandel, Elizabeth McCormick
On October 31, 2018, FERC Chairman Neil Chatterjee submitted comments ("October 31 Comments") on the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency's ("EPA") proposed rule,
By Sidney Villanueva, Russell Kooistra
On November 6, 2018, clean energy ballot initiatives failed in several states. In particular, voters rejected Arizona's 50 percent renewable energy mandate, Washington's fee on carbon emissions, ...
By Jamond Perry, Elizabeth McCormick
On November 5, 2018, the American Wind Energy Association and the Wind Coalition filed a complaint against Southwest Power Pool, Inc. regarding SPP's Bylaws and Membership Agreement.
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