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By Ethan Jorgensen-Earp, Robert Bradner, Lisa Tofil
In this memorandum, Holland & Knight's Healthcare & Life Sciences Team summarizes recent legislative action on funding for the Children's Health Insurance Program (CHIP).
By Meredith Hiller
The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) and the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) have recently taken different approaches to issues raised by tax equity investors that have invested...
By Christopher Buch, Gregory Brown, Louis L. Joseph
On the heels of a recent settlement agreement with an institutional ESOP trustee, the U.S. DOL and individual trustee James F. Joyner III entered into a settlement agreement filed on Sept. 29, 2017...
By Nathan Leavitt, Yue Qi
By 2021, it is likely that LIBOR will no longer exist, and even more likely that it will no longer be the leading global benchmark interest rate
By Louis Conti
There are numerous examples of why deadlock-breaking mechanisms are critical in closely held businesses, particularly limited liability companies (LLCs).
By Tiana Stephens
recent North Carolina Court of Appeals decision, State of North Carolina ex. rel. Utilities Commission, et. al. v. N.C. Waste Awareness and Reduction Network (NC WARN), affirming an order...
By Philip J. Catanzano, Katrina Chapman, David Fine, Paul Lannon
The U.S. Department of Education rescinded two major Office for Civil Rights guidance documents interpreting the application of Title IX to reports of sexual misconduct.
By Timothy Belevetz
On Oct. 3, 2017, the Department of Justice Antitrust Division's Deputy Assistant Attorney General for International Affairs, Roger Alford, delivered a speech at the University of São Paolo discussing....
By Mary Bosco, Eric Crusius
In recently released guidance, the U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) confirms a "one size does not fit all" approach to contractor compliance with its cybersecurity clauses that cover the safeguarding...
By Gal Kaufman, Thomas Morante
The U.S. Tax Court recently ruled in Avrahami v. Commissioner, the first litigated Tax Court case involving an 831(b) captive insurance company.
By Leslie Kushner
Private hospitals commonly associate with public entities in running a variety of programs.
By Joanna Meldrum, Amanda Monchamp
In Protect Telegraph Hill v. City and County of San Francisco (Sept. 14, 2017 Slip Opinion A148544, unpublished), the First District Court of Appeal upheld the City of San Francisco's determination...
By John Dierking
On October 3, the Federal Trade Commission Bureau of Competition and the Antitrust Division of the Department of Justice released the Hart-Scott-Rodino Annual Report for the fiscal year ended September 30, 2016.
By Nicholas Melzer, Michael Boardman, Juan Rodriguez
Are well-funded, industry-disrupting market entrants in the sharing economy engaging in unlawful predatory pricing?
By David Kully
On Sept. 21, 2017, the Second Circuit issued a "summary order" affirming the dismissal – with prejudice – of an antitrust complaint brought by an operator of a movie theatre in the Forest Hills area...
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