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By Seth Jaffe
As readers of this space know, I have been mystified by the opposition in Massachusetts to obtaining delegation of the NPDES Program.
By Seth Jaffe
Last week there were two court decisions on cases in which groups of citizens are seeking court orders requiring the government to act on climate change. The biggest news was that the Supreme Court
By Neil Austin
But some advertising statements go further, promoting particular strains and products as having positive health effects.
By Seth Jaffe
I gave up some time ago on the idea that focusing on adaption was just a means of weaseling out of necessary measures to mitigate climate change.
By Gwendolyn Wilber Jaramillo
On October 10, 2018, the Department of the Treasury, which oversees the CFIUS, released interim regulations to implement portions of the FIRRMA, which was enacted in August.
By David Geiger, Richard Baldwin, Christopher Cifrino, Shrutih Tewarie
Foley Hoag LLP publishes this quarterly Update primarily concerning developments in product liability and related law from federal and state courts applicable to Massachusetts, but also featuring selected developments for New York and New Jersey.
By Seth Jaffe
The Energy Information Administration today released CO2 emissions numbers through 2016.
By Alexander H. Gray
With July 1st now fully in the rear-view mirror, we thought it would be a good time to update you on the latest developments at the Cannabis Control Commission.
By Seth Jaffe
Last week, EPA posted its draft Integrated Science Assessment for Particulate Matter.
By Seth Jaffe
It's probably not news that the immediate prospects for a carbon tax aren't great.
By Colin Zick
A recent hack of Obamacare enrollment records might result in a full-blown privacy investigation of the government agency that is responsible for the federal health-care exchange and serve as a wake-up call to the government.
By David Kluft
The first edition of Frankenstein, or The Modern Prometheus, was published in 1818, two hundred years ago.
By John Hancock
The SEC recently reminded public companies that they have an affirmative obligation to prevent cyber-theft and that failing to do so could mean that their internal controls are ineffective
By John Hancock
Last week, the SEC staff published new compliance and disclosure interpretations clarifying some of the inner workings of exemptions for certain cross-border business combinations,
By August T. Horvath
Check out our recent Alert on the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services proposed new rule, which would require prescription drug companies to disclose list prices of most drugs in all direct-to-consumer advertising.
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