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By L. Poe Leggette, Shanisha Y Smith, Alexander Obrecht, Emily Thomas
Few areas of the law have seen such substantial evolution in a three-year span as Colorado case law on oil and gas royalty litigation.
By William DeVinney
The DOJ recently took the uncommon step of submitting an amicus brief to weigh in on a motion to dismiss. TIKD Services, LLC v. The Florida Bar, No. 1:17-cv-24103 (S.D. Fla. filed Nov. 8, 2017), Dkt. 115.
By Cody S. Wigington
Yesterday, the United States Supreme Court, in a unanimous decision, handed class action plaintiffs a victory by holding that the Securities Litigation Uniform Standards Act of 1998 ...
By Patrick Campbell, Emily Fedeles, Shawn Hough, David McMillan, Marco Molina, Jonathan New, Frank M. Oliva, Panida Pollawit, Victoria L Stork, Elias Trahanas
As the first year of a new administration, 2017 was a year of transition in terms of both leadership and priorities of U.S. law enforcement agencies.
By Tracy Cole, Anat Maytal, Lee Simowitz
The Antitrust Division of the Department of Justice has recently confirmed that it intends to bring criminal antitrust prosecutions of companies that have entered into "wage-fixing" or "no poaching" agreements.
By Michael Ferguson, Christian Jones, Adam Higgins, Tyler Thompson
House leaders are pushing to schedule a vote this week on a $1.3 trillion budget agreement that would give the Senate enough time to pass it before a Friday deadline when government funding expires.
By Alan Friel, Melinda McLellan
On March 16, the D.C. Circuit issued a long-awaited decision in a challenge to the Federal Communications Commission's July 10, 2015 Declaratory Ruling and Order regarding...
By Aaron R. Lancaster
Facebook Cannot Evade Suit Under Illinois' Biometric Information Privacy Act Even Where No Proof of Harm ...
By Alan Friel, Kyle R. Fath
The OIBAAP polices the internet to make sure publishers and advertisers are meeting their transparency and consumer choice obligations.
By Carey Busen
The Court of Appeals of New York recently considered the issue.
By Heather K.P. Fincher, John Lehrer II, Paul Schmidt, Matthew Thurlow
A minor provision concerning deductibility in Public Law 115-97, commonly known as the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (Act), may have significant impacts on administrative and judicial settlements between companies ...
By Michael Ferguson, Christian Jones, Adam Higgins, Tyler Thompson
The House will vote Tuesday on updated but still controversial legislation that would give terminally ill patients wider access to prescription drugs that haven't won approval by the Food and Drug Administration
By Sammantha Tillotson, Casie Collignon
A third-party service provider must also implement and maintain reasonable security procedures and practices to protect personal identifying information.
By John Lewis
For years, courts have struggled with who decides the availability of class arbitration and the applicable standards
By John Carney, George Stamboulidis, Jonathan Barr, Patrick Hannon, Margaret Hirce, Marco Molina, Andrew M. Serrao, Elias Trahanas, Lauren P. Berglin, Bari R. Nadworny, Kendall E. Wangsgard, Allison Rochford, Panida Pollawit, Susrut Carpenter
2017 marked the fortieth anniversary of the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA), and showed continued robust enforcement against both individuals and companies by the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ)...
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