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By Daniel E. Chudd, Kathy Weinberg, Victoria Dalcourt
As Congress and the Administration appear to be careening toward a potential government shutdown – whether on Friday January 19 or once another short-term continuing resolution expires ...
By Obrea Poindexter, Donald Lampe
On January 17, 2018, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB or "Bureau") announced that it soon will begin issuing a series of Requests for Information (RFIs) to "ensure the Bureau is...
By Tiffany Cheung, Ben Patterson
In the high-risk Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA) arena, the Ninth Circuit recently offered some respite. On January 10, 2018, the Ninth Circuit limited the potential liability ...
By Daniel E. Chudd, James Tucker
The Government "can engage a contractor to make snowmen in August, if [it spells] it out clearly [in a contract]." Rixon Electronics, Inc. v. United States, 536 F.2d 1345, 1351 (Ct. Cl. 1976).
By Lloyd Harmetz
In January 2018, FINRA issued guidance on the provisions of Rule 2165 and the amendments to Rule 4512, which were approved in February 2017.
By Erin Bosman, Julie Park, Austin Marsh
In December, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) issued guidance on Technical Considerations for Additive Manufactured Medical Devices.
By Anna Pinedo
The Securities and Exchange Commission's Division of Economic and Risk Analysis is hosting a session in collaboration with New York University's Salomon Center for the Study of Financial Institutions...
By John Delaney, Aaron Rubin
In order to comply with a new German law requiring social media sites to take down hate speech, Twitter and Facebook removed anti-Islamic social media posts authored by a German far-right political party.
By Hillel Cohn, Lloyd Harmetz
Until recently, broker-dealers operating in the United States weren't subject to a fiduciary standard when dealing with their retail clients.
By Kelley Howes
The staff of the SEC's Division of Investment Management released this week a series of frequently asked questions (FAQs) regarding new Rule 22e-4 (the "Liquidity Rule").
By Daniel E. Chudd, James Tucker
The RAND Corporation's much-awaited report assessing bid protests of Department of Defense (DOD) procurements is out.
By Alistair Maughan
Every two years, the European Union updates the threshold values that trigger the need for a regulated public procurement exercise across Europe.
By Carlos E. Juarez
PwC recently released its 2017 Annual US Capital Markets Watch report. The report notes a 77% increase from 2016 in the number of IPOs, with 181 IPOs completed in 2017, raising $44.2 billion in proceeds.
By William Stern
In our California Class Actions 2018 Update, we have outlined several key cases and trends that define the current class actions landscape.
By Lauren Horneffer
In addition to our regular recap of key protest decisions by the Government Accountability Office (GAO) and Court of Federal Claims this month, we have compiled a year-end recap of key bid protest decisions from 2017.
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