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By Edward McTiernan, Allison B. Rumsey, Ethan Shenkman
The National Environmental Policy Act, 42 USC § 4321 et seq. (NEPA), celebrated its 50th birthday and, days later, on January 9, 2020, the Council on Environmental Quality (CEQ) proposed comprehensive changes.
By Tirzah S. Lollar
In late December, DOJ responded to Senator Chuck Grassley's letter to Attorney General William Barr seeking information about the Department's ...
By Christian D. Sheehan
Evidently waiting for Qui Notes to announce our FY2019 False Claims Act recoveries breakdown during our January 9 webinar,...
By Bryant M. Godfrey
Drugs entering the U.S. drug supply chain can pose a threat to public health and safety, especially if they are counterfeit, stolen, or contaminated.
By Peter Levitas, Sonia Kuester Pfaffenroth, Matthew Tabas
On December 19, 2019, the US Department of Justice (DOJ), the US Patent & Trademark Office (PTO), ...
By Michael Gerrard, Edward McTiernan
In 2019, with the Democrats newly in full control of the State Senate, the Assembly and the Governor's office, New York adopted more...
By Christopher Allen, David Freeman, Jr., Charles Yi, Howard Hyde, Amber A. Hay, Anthony Raglani
On Dec. 12, the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. issued a notice of proposed rulemaking to revise the regulatory framework used to determine ...
By John Barker, Soo-Mi Rhee, Baruch Weiss, Nicholas Townsend, Tal R. Machnes, Tom McSorley
In July 2017, the US Department of Treasury, Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) imposed a $2 million civil penalty on Exxon Mobil Corporation (Exxon)
By Marcus Asner, John Barker, Soo-Mi Rhee, Baruch Weiss, Tal R. Machnes
On December 13, 2019, the US Department of Justice (DOJ) released revisions to its Voluntary Self-Disclosure Policy for export control and sanctions violations.
By Christopher Allen, David Freeman, Jr., Charles Yi, Howard Hyde, Amber A. Hay, Anthony Raglani
On December 12, 2019, the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation issued a notice of proposed rulemaking to revise the regulatory framework used to determine whether deposits qualify as "brokered" deposits.
By Joel Deuth
Under current law, the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) has the discretionary authority to certify that a taxpayer owes "seriously delinquent tax debt."
By Edward Vergara, Sarah Constantine, Ashley Slisz
On July 12, 2019, Connecticut Governor Ned Lamont signed into law sweeping changes to the state's trust laws, which will take effect January 1, 2020.
By Nathaniel Castellano
US Court of Federal Claims judges have long been divided as to the standards that apply when reviewing an agency decision.
By Carol Anne Huff
Carol Anne Huff, who previously wrote a series on the changes to Nasdaq's listing standards, is back with another article.
By Arnold & Porter Kaye Scholer LLP
The New York State Department of Financial Services (DFS) is requiring its regulated banks and nondepository financial institutions, insurance companies and pension plans
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