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By Alan Wingfield, Stephen Piepgrass, John Lynch, David Anthony, Ashley L. Taylor
President Donald Trump announced this morning that he plans to nominate Kathy Kraninger, associate director of the Office of Management and Budget ("OMB"), to become the new director of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau ("CFPB"), replacing Mick Mulvaney.
By Elizabeth McCormick, Thomas S. DeVita
On June 12, 2018, the Senate Energy and Natural Resources Committee hosted all five FERC Commissioners for an oversight hearing to discuss topics that included the agency's approach to changes in the makeup of generating plants on the bulk power system and the efficiency of its energy infrastructure permitting processes.
By Russell Kooistra, Christopher Zentz
On June 12, 2018, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit ("D.C. Circuit") rejected challenges to FERC orders modifying PJM's financial transmission right and auction revenue right designs.
By Jamond Perry, Jasmine C. Hites
On April 4, 2011, Applicants filed an application with FERC requesting authorization for the entities to merge.
By Troutman Sanders
The United States Food and Drug Administration recently obtained summary judgment on several cigar industry claims challenging the FDA's Deeming Regulations.
By Sadia Mirza, Ronald Raether Jr., David Anthony
If the sale or license of data is merely incidental, the business would likely not be considered a data broker.
By Meghan Mandel, Christopher Zentz
On June 12, 2018, FERC Commissioner Cheryl LaFleur, through a concurrence in an order denying rehearing, announced that going forward she will try to disclose and consider the upstream and downstream GHG impacts ...
By Yane McKenzie
Last week, I attended the annual American Immigration Lawyers Association Conference in San Francisco with 3,500+ others from all over the country (and some from outside the U.S.).
By Scott Kelly, Timothy St. George, David Anthony
On June 11, St. Louis County officials signed an executive order, effective immediately, that would "ban the box" and ensure that St. Louis County will no longer ask job applicants for criminal histories in their initial employment applications. Other jurisdictions in Missouri with ban-the-box laws include Jackson County, Columbia, and Kansas City.
By Troutman Sanders Tobacco Practice
Legislators in New York are looking to pass a bill that would ban the sale of flavored e-liquid tobacco products.
By Amir Shachmurove, Alan Wingfield
In mid-May 2018, per multiple reports, John Michael "Mick" Mulvaney, the acting director of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, announced plans to fold the CFPB's Office of Students...
By Angela Levin, Charles Sensiba, Houston Shaner
On June 11, 2018, the Supreme Court summarily affirmed the Ninth Circuit's opinion in United States v. Washington through a 4-4 split, with Justice Kennedy taking no part in the decision ...
By David Gettings, Amy Williams, Alan Wingfield, Kathleen Knudsen
The Supreme Court's decision yesterday in China Agritech Inc. v. Resh is a significant victory for defendants in federal class action lawsuits, as it prevents plaintiffs ...
By Amir Shachmurove, Ethan Ostroff
As the student loan total keeps climbing and Congress keeps debating what to do, advice from all corners keeps bombarding the nation's desperate borrowers. Some tout the use of crowdfunding via sites ...
By Troutman Sanders Tobacco Practice
There has been new activity in two of the three Deeming Regulations challenges filed by vapor-industry plaintiffs represented by the Pacific Legal Foundation ("PLF"): Moose Jooce, et al. v. Food & Drug Admin. ...
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