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By John F. Garziglia
WASHINGTON, DC—The ongoing federal government shutdown is having a far-reaching impact on many private businesses.
By Ana Friedman
In Berkheimer and Aatrix, the Federal Circuit indicated that although patent eligibility under Section 101 is ultimately a question of law, the determination may have factual underpinnings
By John Cao
Several questions and topics come up time and again during overseas visits with Chinese entities, both law firms and corporations.
By Nadia Aram, Laramie Paras
The Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) observes that the US healthcare system lost $6.2 billion dollars as a result of data breaches in 2016
By Vivian Coates
Institutional Shareholder Services (ISS) has issued new FAQs addressing U.S. Executive Compensation Policies and U.S Equity Compensation Plans for the 2019 proxy season, for annual meetings held on or after February 1, 2019.
By Artin Betpera, G. David Carter, John C. Nelson, Jr., Martin L. Stern
On December 22, 2018, due to the lapse in government appropriations, a partial federal government shutdown went into effect. With no end in sight, this partial shutdown
By Jeffrey S. Hay
For US clients, our positioning as a transatlantic law firm offers us a distinct advantage in advising our clients on Brexit (and we have excellent resources in the UK and the US who can do so).
By G. Matthew Koehl, Gary J. Campbell
Late last year, President Trump signed into law H.R. 6330, the Small Business Runway Extension Act of 2018 (the "Runway Extension Act").
By G. Matthew Koehl, Gary J. Campbell
Womble Bond Dickinson attorneys Matt Koehl and Gary Campbell have worked with Practical Law to develop a series of helpful materials for federal government contractors to help them comply with the BAA and TAA.
By Philip Gura, Tiffani Otey
In October 2017, the Boy Scouts announced it would begin admitting girls into its traditional enrichment programming.
By Richard Morton, Lisa Rushton, Todd Billmire, Brad De Vore
The US Supreme Court may be poised to review two 2018 decisions in the Fourth and Ninth Circuits, both of which applied the so-called ‘hydrological connection" theory to extend jurisdiction of the Clean Water Act ("CWA") to cover pollutants that reach surface waters via groundwater.
By Heather Hatcher
WINSTON-SALEM, NC - Advances in technology often outpace the ability of regulatory bodies to keep up with the latest breakthroughs. When products regulated by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA)
By Nadia Aram, Theodore F. Claypoole
Now a business that was hacked may be successfully sued under state common law by data subjects whose information was compromised in the crime.
By John S. Gambaccini
Below is a sample Womble Bond Dickinson FCC Public File Checklist developed for stations in North and South Carolina.
By Caressa D. Bennet
They also say the proposed merger will not help—and could harm—rural customers.
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