By Rachel Pitts
The Committee's budget includes some notable departures from Governor Baker's proposed budget, including changes to budget items impacting the health care industry.
By Thomas Burton III
The final AEE webinar topic highlighted the important role policy plays in driving the advanced energy market.
By Kate Stewart
As the privacy team reports, with New Mexico enacting a data breach notification law, only Alabama and South Dakota remain the only states without data breach notification laws.
By Sarah Beth S. Kuyers
, Joanne Hawana
We recently updated our chart that tracks state biosimilar substitution laws to include new laws in Iowa and Montana.
By William Geary
, Derek Constantine
A variety of options are available to applicants to speed up patent application examination at the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office.
By Brian Shea
Snap Inc., which debuted on the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) on March 2nd, was the largest tech IPO since Alibaba went public in 2014.
By William L. Coffman
USCIS revealed that it has now completed the random selection of the 85,000 petitions for the quota and that in total, the agency received 199,000 H-1B cap-subject submissions.
By Katie Weider
, Rodney Whitlock
Welcome to Spring Break! That time of the year where college kids head to a beach somewhere, families pack up for some tourist trap to spend lots of money, and Congress gets out of DC and goes back home.
By Christina Sperry
, Monique Winters Macek
On April 7, 2017, the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) announced it has launched an initiative to develop ways to improve Patent Trial and Appeal Board (PTAB) proceedings, particularly inter partes review proceedings.
By Thomas Burton III
Throughout AEE's webinar, panelists broke down the trends within growth of the advanced energy markets and presented the key takeaways from the AEE report.
By Gilbert Samberg
"Class arbitration" — the utilization of a class action mechanism in an arbitration proceeding — is considered by some to be the unicorn of ADR; desirable but elusive.
By Michael Katz
, Cynthia Larose
After a quiet winter there has been significant activity in state legislatures to enact, strengthen or clarify their data breach notification statutes.
By Joanne Hawana
The sooner we reauthorize the agreements, the better – to give patients, reviewers, and companies certainty.
By Theresa Carnegie
, Ellyn Sternfield
In July 2015, we posted about the N.Y. Attorney General's False Claims Act (FCA) settlements with Trinity HomeCare and its related entities, and how the case provided insight into the future of FCA enforcement.
By Joel Rothman
, Angela DiIenno
CalPERS's reply focuses on ANZ's argument that CalPERS improperly briefed a question that was not certified for consideration by the Court.