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By Walter Van Dorn, Michelle Tanney
The Securities and Exchange Commission recently announced that ten investment advisory firms agreed to pay penalties in the tens of thousands of dollars to settle SEC charges...
By Michael Ferguson, Christian Jones, Adam Higgins, Tyler Thompson
Congressional Republicans had hoped to fast-track ACA repeal by passing legislation repealing most of the law by early February.
By Douglas Vonderhaar, Robert Niemi
On Jan. 31, 2017, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) filed consent orders against one of the largest independent residential mortgage lenders, two real estate brokers...
By Carl Hittinger
Partner Carl Hittinger has authored a series of articles for The Legal Intelligencer that explores the history of select American monopolists by posing two fundamental questions...
By Gilbert Keteltas
The Sedona Conference recently announced the release of its Technology Assisted Review (TAR) Case Law Primer.
By Marc Powers, Mark Kornfeld, Melissa Kosack, Brian Song, Jonathan Forman, Marco Molina, Jonathan Blattmachr, Nexus Sea, Joshua Rog, Michelle Tanney, Scott Bent, Elias Trahanas
Welcome to the 2016 Year-End Report from the BakerHostetler Securities Litigation and Regulatory Enforcement Practice Team.
By Andrew Samuels
Judge Pryor identified at least two reasons why the district court abused its discretion in finding Rule 23(b)(3)'s predominance requirement satisfied.
By Elizabeth O'Connell, Vimala Devassy
The Joint Commission (TJC) and the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) took a firm stance against physicians texting patient orders in a recent joint statement.
By Ernessa McKie
The research community has a full plate as it sifts through the final rule on the Common Rule issued last week.
By Kyle Gregory, Payal Cramer
The Federal Policy for the Protection of Human Subjects, or the "Common Rule," governs the ethical conduct of research involving human subjects and is funded through various federal agencies.
By Michael Ferguson, Christian Jones, Adam Higgins, Tyler Thompson
President Donald Trump didn't mention the Affordable Care Act (ACA) in his inaugural address but later that night he signed a sweeping executive order that directs federal agencies to effectively undermine the health law.
By Michael Ferguson, Christian Jones, Adam Higgins, Tyler Thompson
House and Senate Republicans emerged from a policy retreat last week in Philadelphia with no agreement on next steps in their plan to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act.
By Randal Gainer, Carol Van Cleef
The authorized actions included barring such individuals from traveling to the United States and blocking the transfer of U.S.-based funds and other assets of such persons.
By Nichole Sterling, Emily Fedeles
The scope of discovery may be more limited than you think. The Cole's Wexford opinion provides a thorough dissection of the history and past iterations of Rule 26...
By Michael Ferguson, Christian Jones, Adam Higgins, Tyler Thompson
President Donald Trump didn't mention the ACA in his inaugural address but later that night he signed a sweeping executive order that directs federal agencies to effectively undermine the health law.
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