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By Thomas Barker, Christopher Feudo
Since the beginning of this year's legislative session, Governor Baker has expressed concern over the growth in enrollment in MassHealth, the state's Medicaid program.
By Seth Jaffe
Earlier this week, the D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals handed environmentalists at least a temporary win in what I think was the first case to reach judicial decision in Scott Pruitt's great environmental roll-back...
By Stephen L. Bartlett
Did someone steal your tax return? You are not alone.
By Jonathan Keselenko, Christopher Feudo, Erin Olesen
Last week, the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court ("SJC") resolved a contested issue under the Massachusetts Wage Act, ruling that successful Wage Act plaintiffs are entitled to prejudgment interest...
By Seth Jaffe
It's a critical win, not just for Connecticut, but for many renewable energy programs in other states across the country as well.
By Seth Jaffe
Yesterday, the Court of Appeals for the 4th Circuit reversed a District Court decision and rejected the lawsuit by Murray Energy which argued that EPA had a non-discretionary duty under § 321(a)...
By Sarah Altschuller
It's Friday iStock_000011057325XSmalland time for another overview of developments in the field of business and human rights that we've been monitoring.
By Seth Jaffe
Earlier this week, EPA and the ACOE began implementing the Trump administration's efforts to deconstruct the Obama rule defining "Waters of the United States" under the Clean Water Act.
By Jonathan Keselenko, Christopher Feudo, Erin Olesen
On June 27, 2017, the U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) made two announcements that signal a change of direction for the new Administration.
By Stephen Bychowski
A recent survey from the credit score company FICO has some interesting numbers on the prevalence of cyber insurance in the US.
By Erik Schulwolf
A mere month and a half after the WannaCry strain of ransomware caused major havoc in European and Asian countries, another major ransomware attack hit large institutions across Europe...
By Adam Wade, Maxwell Tenney
The Massachusetts Department of Energy Resources filed much anticipated emergency regulations (to govern, at least the DOER's part of its proposed Solar Massachusetts Renewable Target program.
By Punam Singh Rogers, Daniel McFadden
EO-1 prompted litigation all over the country on behalf of affected individuals, organizations, and states.
By Peter Sullivan
Well, that happened! According to the Supreme Court's opinion in Matal v. Tam, Section 2(a) of the Lanham Act, which purports to prohibit the registration of marks that "disparage . . . persons,"...
By Seth Jaffe
Last Friday, the Supreme Court issued an important regulatory takings case, refining the test to be used to determine what is the appropriate unit of property to use to assess the impact of a regulation.
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