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By Christopher DeLacy
Never. In 1969, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled that the Speaker of the House could not exclude a duly-elected candidate for the U.S. House of Representatives.
By Mary Bosco
This is the sixth blog post in a series analyzing the current draft of the 2018 National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) as agreed to by House and Senate negotiators on November 8, 2017.
By Norberto E Quintana, Lara M Rios
On Dec. 7, 2017, the Ministry of Finance of the Republic of Argentina published the preliminary terms and conditions and technical specifications for Stage 1 of its first public-private partnership (P3)...
By Michael Werner, Jennifer Nowak
On Dec. 8, 2017, the FDA issued draft guidance detailing its regulatory approach to Clinical Decision Support (CDS) technology.
By J. Michael Cavanaugh, Kenneth Parsons
The U.S. Senate passed its version of a bill to overhaul the U.S. tax code on Dec. 2, 2017, and is now working with the House of Representatives to reconcile its bill with the House's version...
By Wifredo Ferrer, Norma Krayem, David Sofge, Meital Stavinsky, Michael Werner, Alec Puig
Holland & Knight invites you to read our Winter 2017 Israel Practice newsletter, in which our authors discuss pertinent American-Israeli topics
By Megan Mocho Jeschke, Christopher Myers, Cheryl Ann Feeley
Appellate Court Affirms District Court's Decision on Copycat False Claims Act Lawsuit...
By Jameson B. Rice
Safety-sensitive transportation workers in the aviation, trucking, rail, transit and pipeline industries, as well as certain U.S. Coast Guard employees, are required to submit to random drug testing under federal law.
By Jameson B. Rice
The rule received support from labor unions, but the Association of American Railroads fought hard against the rule and lobbied for its repeal
By Elizabeth Jochum, Amy L. Fuentes
This is the sixth blog post in a series of blogs analyzing the current draft of the 2018 National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) as agreed-to by House and Senate negotiators on November 8, 2017.
By Chelsea Maclean
With the statewide housing crisis at the forefront of the California Legislature's 2017 agenda, legislators unleashed an avalanche of more than 130 bills this year.
By Jameson B. Rice
Many states and municipalities have (or used to have) laws that limit the amount of time a railroad may block a traffic intersection.
By Loren Forrest Jr., Katherine Marques
Now more than ever, employers must proactively assess their policies and training systems to lay the groundwork for appropriate organizational responses to sexual harassment allegations...
By Megan Mocho Jeschke
There is a renewed focus on the government's activities for purposes of the FCA materiality analysis and as demonstrated by a number of recently issued decisions, the roster of relevant government actors is expanding.
By Steven Gordon, Richard Duvall
The DOJ elects to proceed (intervene) in only 20 percent to 25 percent of qui tam cases and it does a very good job of separating the wheat from the chaff.
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