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By Frederick Ball, Carolyn Alenci
The list is developed from inputting sites from CDER's Catalog of Manufacturing Sites into the SSM
By Oliver Massmann
1. Dear Dr. Massmann, a government official recently stated that the MoIT probably had enough solar projects in the pipeline, explaining for that fact ...
By David Feldman
Reporting from the Practising Law Institute's Annual Institute on Securities Regulation here in New York City.
By Sandra Stoneman, Matthew Mousley
If you are a university researcher interested in launching a startup based on an invention developed in your lab, below is a list of some key guidelines to keep in mind as you start your company:
By Nicholas Collura
In March 2016, Smart Meter Technologies, Inc. filed a lawsuit in federal court in Delaware alleging that Duke Energy infringed SMT's U.S. Patent Number 7,058,524 by installing and operating automated power distribution equipment in residential installations.
By Eric Sinrod
California recently passed what some argue to be the most robust net neutrality state law in the United States.
By Amy E. McCracken
Last month I wrote about the hearing to be held by the House Committee on Energy and Commerce Subcommittee on Oversight and Investigations ...
By Oliver Massmann
Viet Nam and the EU officially concluded the legal review process of the Vietnam-EU Free Trade Agreement as well as agreed on the contents of the Vietnam-EU Agreement on Investment Protection (IPA).
By Frederick Ball, Erin Duffy, Lauren Perry
One of the provisions of this lengthy bipartisan package of bills includes an expansion of the disclosure requirements initially imposed by the Physician Payments Sunshine Act.
By Christopher H. Casey
The government has recovered a total of nearly $62 billion in fines and penalties from these cases.
By Frederick Ball, Erin Duffy, Lauren Perry
On October 24, 2018, President Donald Trump signed the Substance Use-Disorder Prevention that Promotes Opioid Recovery and Treatment for Patients and Communities Act (SUPPORT Act), ..
By Brad A. Molotsky, Arthur Momjian
The regulations can be relied on by investors and developers in transactions so long as the rules are followed.
By Christopher H. Casey
For the past five years, approximately one-third of the DOJ Fraud Section's corporate resolutions involved the imposition of a corporate monitor.
By Giles T. Cooper
A draft Decree to implement Vietnam's controversial Cybersecurity Law does little to assuage fears that all online commercial activity will be within its scope, mandating physical presence in Vietnam,
By Christopher H. Casey
On October 11, 2018, Assistant Attorney General for the Criminal Division of the U. S. Department of Justice (DOJ) Brian A. Benczkowski issued new guidance on the selection of corporate compliance monitors in Criminal Division matters.
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