Crowell & Moring LLP
On February 12, 2024, Judge David Alan Ezra of the Western District of Texas dismissed a lawsuit challenging the constitutionality of the Drug Price Negotiation Program...
Arnold & Porter
Last week, a Minnesota federal judge sharply reduced a US$487 million False Claims Act (FCA) trial verdict against ophthalmic supply company Precision Lens and its late co-founder Paul Ehlen...
Riker Danzig LLP
In a decision issued on January 31, 2024, the New Jersey Appellate Division analyzed whether the level of control exercised by a title agent over closers, notaries...
The Senate held 89 subcommittee meetings this week while the House held 97, the busiest week of the legislative session thus far. Committee work will increase in the following weeks as legislation advances
Week 2 was a short work week as the legislature took Monday off
to celebrate Martin Luther King Jr. Day. Both chambers held a
number of subcommittee meetings throughout the week.
If you've been reading us a while, you'll know by now that your Steptoe appropriations team is determined to be optimistic.
Both the House and Senate held subcommittee meetings on the Governor's proposed Area Education Agencies (AEA's) legislation.
425 bills were introduced and the House and Senate held 229 meetings as the legislature works to ensure priority legislation passes the first funnel deadline next week.
Adopted in 1972, the rule prohibits defendants in SEC enforcement proceedings from "consent[ing] to a judgment or order that imposes a sanction while denying the allegations...
Duane Morris LLP
Recent oral argument before the Supreme Court of the United States has raised significant questions concerning the Chevron doctrine, a 40-year-old ruling ...
Arnold & Porter
During 2023, M&A activity in the United States showed some signs of rebounding from the post-pandemic cooldown. Meanwhile merger enforcement remained the subject of intense public and political focus.
Scarinci Hollenbeck LLC
The Chevron doctrine is a bedrock of administrative law and affords government agencies significant leeway when interpreting federal regulations.
Gardiner Roberts LLP
Have former US President Donald Trump's legal battles exposed biases within the Us judicial system?
Beatty & Wozniak
Since 2015, the environmental plaintiff industry has been filing sweeping lawsuits challenging the federal onshore oil and gas program.
Greenberg Traurig, LLP
The Florida Legislature is considering several bills relating to the impacts of social media on minors. This issue is a high priority for Florida House Speaker Paul Renner.
Foley Hoag LLP
The views of seven justices are clear; Chevron's fate will turn on the votes of Chief Justice Roberts and Justice Coney Barrett, the swing justices in this case.
Welcome to Compliance Notes from Nossaman's Government Relations & Regulation Group – a periodic digest of the headlines, statutory and regulatory changes and court cases involving campaign finance, lobbying compliance, election law and government ethics issues at the federal, state and local level.
Axinn Veltrop & Harkrider
Today, the Supreme Court heard oral arguments in two related cases that may have a significant impact on litigation against federal agencies – Loper Bright Enterprises v. Raimondo and Relentless v. Department of Commerce.
On Wednesday, SCOTUS heard oral argument—for over three and a half hours—in two very important cases, Loper Bright Enterprises v. Raimondo and Relentless, Inc. v. Dept of Commerce.
Carter Ledyard & Milburn
The certiorari application in Connelly v. Internal Revenue Service, 70 F.4th 412 (8th Cir. 2023), was granted by the Supreme Court on December 13, 2023. It commences as follows...