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By Ross Margulies, Thomas Barker
On March 21 and 22, two of this blog's authors will be presenting on two Medicaid topics at the American Health Lawyer's Association (AHLA) ...
By Seth Jaffe
President Trump's infrastructure plan includes a number of important proposals. My initial reaction is consistent with my view of many of the President's initiatives – he gives regulatory reform a bad name.
By Foley Hoag LLP
Protecting the value of your corporate brand is a critical mission. As companies are increasingly asked to make disclosures regarding their efforts ...
By Seth Jaffe
Earlier this week, the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals reversed a District Court decision and reinstated the National Marine Fisheries Service's decision to list the Arctic ringed seal as threatened under the Endangered Species Act.
By Adam Wade
Yesterday, February 12, 2018, the Massachusetts Senate Committee on Global Warming and Climate Change released a Proposed Draft of legislation staking out an ambitious and far-reaching set of policies across a wide...
By Seth Jaffe
In November, Attorney General Sessions issued a memorandum prohibiting DOJ from issuing regulations disguised as guidance.
By Jenevieve Maerker
To be clear, Mondelez is not an enemy of chocolate shape trademarks across the board.
By Seth Jaffe, Kathleen Brill
Judge George Russell has ruled that EPA does not have non-discretionary duty under the Clean Water Act to determine whether commercial, institutional, and industrial users contribute to a violation of water quality criteria in the Back River watershed.
By Seth Jaffe
EPA was ordered to take final action on a Clean Air Act § 126(b) petition filed by the State of Connecticut, asserting that emissions from the Brunner Island Steam Electric Station in Pennsylvania contribute to nonattainment in Connecticut.
By Natasha Reed
New York Fashion Week (NYFW) 2018 kicks off on Thursday, February 8 through Friday, February 16, with a full schedule of exciting and exhilarating runway shows.
By Peter Sullivan
In my never-ending quest to write articles that my children would read, I bring you the case of Grumpy Cat.
By Thomas Barker
Since August, 2017, a new class of transformative therapies referred to as cell therapies or gene therapies have been approved by the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA).
By Seth Jaffe
As I've previously discussed, whether a discharge to groundwater may be subject to Clean Water Act jurisdiction is currently in dispute.
By Catherine Muyl, Marion Cavalier
Recently, Austrian privacy activist Maximilian Schrems won a partial victory in his continuing battles with Facebook. We discuss that case below.
By Ross Margulies, Jeremy W. Meisinger
On December 15, 2017, CMS Director Brian Neale informed State Medicaid Directors of CMS' intent to phase out funding for Designated State Health Programs (DSHP) in Section 1115 waivers.
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