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By David A. Rood
The drinking age in the United States has historically teetered between 18 and 21. Under pressure surrounding the Vietnam War, Congress rolled back the minimum drinking age from 21 to 18 to reflect the draft age.
By Yogeeta Jadhav, Courtenay Brinckerhoff
In Sumitomo Dainippon Pharma Co. V. Emcure Pharm. Ltd., the Federal Circuit affirmed the district court's decision that construed a chemical structure as reading on the lurasidone enantiomer...
By Daniel Bachrach
Many hotel and timeshare developers have been motivated by the nature of the current urban real estate economy to structure large projects in a manner that maximizes all economic income opportunities.
By Thomas Brown, Thomas Carlucci, Melissa B. Coffey, Megan O. Curran, Scott Fredericksen, Jaime Guerrero, David Hickerson, Gregory Husisian, Pamela Johnston, Kristen M. Maryn, Michael Matthews, Lisa Noller, Marla Thompson Poirot, Lori Rubin, Zaldwaynaka (Z) Scott, David Simon, Olivia S. Singelmann, Christopher Swift, John Turlais, Michael Tuteur, Rohan Virginkar, Hayley K. Wells
On May 9, 2018, the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) announced a policy related to resolutions of criminal and civil corporate enforcement.
By Thomas Shriner, Jr.
As Wisconsin lawyers well know, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit has been working with less than its fully authorized complement of eleven active circuit judges since Judge Terence Evans...
By Daniel R. Long
On April 1, 2018, the Massachusetts Pregnant Workers Fairness Act (the Act) went into effect, creating several rights and protections for pregnant workers, as well as for workers who have conditions related to pregnancy.
By John Litchfield
It seems like almost every week we learn of a massive new data breach, risking the loss of thousands of individuals' personal and confidential information to a faceless hacker halfway around the world.
By Melinda Levitt, Peter Vogel
My Guest Blogger Melinda F. Levitt is a partner and litigation lawyer with Foley & Lardner LLP.
By Theodore Bornstein, Michael K. Crossen, Jennifer Walsh, Dennis Cardoza, Scott Klug
Foley & Lardner LLP's ("Foley") Bipartisan Public Policy Team is pleased to share our second "Public Policy Weekly* Health Care Newsletter" in which we compile the latest health care policy news and legislation.
By Stephen Bedell, Thomas Krebs, Josephine J. Park, Kathryn Trkla, Ellen M. Wheeler
In our previous update, we informed you that Atlantic Trading USA LLC had filed the first class action complaint in Chicago federal court ...
By Theodore Bornstein, Dennis Cardoza, Michael K. Crossen, Scott Klug, Jennifer Walsh
Foley & Lardner LLP's ("Foley") Bipartisan Public Policy Team is pleased to share our second "Public Policy Weekly* Health Care Newsletter" in which we compile the latest health care policy news and legislation.
By Gregory Husisian
Over the last month, regulators with the Trump administration sent a loud message to companies subject to U.S. jurisdiction: Enforcement of laws governing international activities is alive and...
By Christopher Boll
A little over a month ago, in our article "Fueled by Auto Industry Support, Bike Sharing Systems are Taking Over Cities" we noted how cities and urban planners continue to struggle with the "last mile issue"...
By Jason Allen, Jeffery Atkin, Justus Britt
In a historic move, California has become the first state in the country to require solar panels on nearly all new homes.
By Kathleen Wegrzyn
The Non-Disclosure Agreement ("NDA") is a document that is very often prone to misuse in commercial practice.
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