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By Gregory Levine, Abram Barth
On April 27, 2018, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration issued draft guidance on the regulation of devices with multiple functions.
By Douglas Brayley, Aaron Gingrande, Jeffrey Webb, John Bueker, David Fine
At issue were two long-standing and apparently competing bodies of federal law
By David G. Tittsworth
Donald Trump has been in the White House for more than a year.
By David G. Tittsworth
David Tittsworth, Ropes & Gray investment management counsel, examines what's changed for the asset management industry under the Trump administration and what to expect during 2018.
By Scott A. McKeown
The new Director of the U.S. Patent & Trademark Office has issued a Notice of Proposed Rulemaking in record time.
By Michael Littenberg, Andrew Dale, Amanda Raad
Many companies will be publishing their second statements under the UK Modern Slavery Act towards the end of the first half of 2018. Stakeholder expectations are significantly higher this year.
By Alexandre Rene
Alex Rene, co-chair of Ropes & Gray's anti-corruption / international risk practice and managing partner of the firm's Washington, D.C. office, discusses recent FCPA enforcement activity...
By Kat Saunders Gregor
In a recent Law360 article, Kat Gregor comments on a Supreme Court's decision to grant cert to BNSF Railway Co.'s petition for review of whether payroll taxes should be deducted...
By Matthew Rizzolo, Raishay Lin, Martin Njoroge
In March, the U.S. International Trade Commission issued its long-awaited opinion in Certain Carbon and Alloy Steel Products, nearly a full year after the ITC held a rare full-day oral hearing...
By Ryan Rohlfsen, Mimi Yang
In this podcast, the second in a two-part series, litigation & enforcement partners Mimi Yang and Ryan Rohlfsen continue our analysis of the revised Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA) Enforcement Policy.
By Scott A. McKeown
In advance of the upcoming hearing, the U.S. Dept. of Justice has filed its amicus brief supporting the agency's decision to deny immunity.
By Andrew Thomases, Matthew Rizzolo, Andrew Sutton, Andrew Radsch
In the panel decision written by Chief Judge Prost, the court denied HTC Corp.'s petition for a writ of mandamus.
By Aaron Katz, Gabrielle G. Hirz, Kat Saunders Gregor
The Supreme Court was presented with a challenge to the state of New Jersey's attempts to repeal prior states laws prohibiting sports wagering.
By Rohan Massey
The derogation essentially exempts micro, small and medium-sized organisations from this recordkeeping requirement.
By Brett Friedman, Alison Fethke, Jamie E. Darch
Over the past year, a growing number of governmental investigations and settlements call into question the practice of pharmaceutical companies donating to independent charities...
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