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By Carolyn S. Toto
As we previously discussed in our post "The ‘Commander-in-Tweet' and the First Amendment," the POTUS was criticized by the Knight First Amendment Institute for blocking certain Twitter users...
By Nancy Fischer, Matthew R. Rabinowitz
Recent public reports indicate Sen. Chuck Schumer (D-NY), the Senate Democratic Leader, has authored a letter to President Trump requesting the President order the CFIUS to suspend the approval...
By Kimberly Buffington, Dinesh Dharmadasa
In the age where toys can happily entertain kids by talking to them, the few precious moments those toys buy parents may not be without risk.
By Stephan Becker, Aaron R. Hutman, Jorge Vera
On June 16, 2017, President Trump issued a National Security Presidential Memorandum on Strengthening the Policy of the United States Toward Cuba...
By Nancy Fischer, Matthew R. Rabinowitz
On July 11, 2017, the President issued an Executive Order (E.O.) extending the review period for the possible permanent revocation of sanctions on Sudan for an additional three months.
By Carolyn S. Toto, Stephanie Howell
Can you violate the First Amendment by blocking people from your Twitter account? According to the Knight First Amendment Institute, it's possible if that account is @realDonaldTrump.
By Stephan Becker, Aaron R. Hutman
This would prevent access to the U.S. banking system for dollar transactions or wiring services.
By Christopher Wall, Nancy Fischer, Matthew R. Rabinowitz
As the Trump Administration continues to examine its trade relationship with China, legislators in Congress are looking to modernize the CFIUS review process in order to...
By Ildiko Duckor
Earlier this month, the SEC announced the creation of its Office of Risk and Strategy to operate within its Office of Compliance Inspections and Examinations.
By Aimee Ghosh, Sheila Harvey, Glenn Richards, Brian Wong
NTIA is seeking public comment on the benefits, challenges and potential roles for the government in fostering the advancement of the Internet of Things.
By Sarah Good, Ana Damonte, Cindy Schlaefer
Proxy season is upon us and the plaintiffs' bar is demonstrating its resourcefulness by bringing a third wave of shareholder litigation.
By Madhumita Datta, Sylvia Burks, Bryan Collins, David Jaffer
The pilot program came into effect on December 8, 2009, to promote the development and successful commercialization of certain environment-friendly categories of inventions, as defined by the USPTO.
By Scott Flick, Christine Reilly
In September 2009, following a complaint, agents from the Enforcement Bureau’s Tampa Field Office conducted an inspection of a Florida AM station.
By Mark Hellerer, Stephan Becker, Raymond Sweigart
On November 4, 2010, the Department of Justice ("DOJ") and the Securities and Exchange Commission ("SEC") announced the simultaneous resolution of seven investigations related to the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act ("FCPA") – an unprecedented event in FCPA enforcement.
By Cydney Tune, Mark Bekheit
The July 15th reporting and payment deadline for retroactive music webcasting royalties has come and gone, but many webcasters are still unclear as to how they should handle their copyright obligations.
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