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Ryan J. Foley, Richard G. Liskov, Julius A. Rousseau, III
On September 15, 2023, New York Governor Kathy Hochul signed into law legislation (S.5959-B/A.5718-B), which allows out-of-state “risk retention groups” registered in New York State to offer automobile insurance coverage to 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organizations in the state.
David R. Hamill, James Kim*, Antonio J. Rivera, Birgit Matthiesen
The Battery Show, now in its 14th year, is billed as “the most comprehensive advanced battery manufacturing event” in the world.
J. Michael Showalter
While increased enforcement resulting from increased federal focus on environmental justice (EJ) issues poses risk to many businesses, how the US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) assesses and addresses EJ-related “cumulative risk” issues has the potential to create even more uncertainty.
Jeffrey B. Tate , Rachel Scott
The IRS has announced an immediate moratorium on the processing of new employee retention credit claims and warns taxpayers of aggressive promoters and marketers “hustling to get a hefty contingency fee.”
Ann H. MacDonald, Matthew R. Mills, Kylie S. Wood
California state legislators have joined the arena in the fight relating to advertised rates in the hotel industry and beyond. If the recent legislation is signed by Governor Gavin Newsom, the law will have significant ramifications for hospitality companies nationwide.
Henry Morris, Jr.
Last week, the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) and the US Department of Labor’s Wage and Hour Division (WHD) signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) to encourage enhanced law enforcement and greater coordination through agency information sharing.
D. Jacques Smith, Randall A. Brater, Michael F. Dearington, Nadia Patel, D. Austin Rettew, Apeksha Vora
Headlines that Matter for Companies and Executives in Regulated Industries
Robert B. Koonin, Stefanie M. Graham, Mitchell Z. Markowitz
Back in March, we wrote about the then-current news of some of the nation’s largest real estate owners defaulting on loans secured by office buildings.
D. Reed Freeman Jr.
From its founding in 1914 until roughly 2018, the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) enjoyed near complete hegemony as the primary consumer protection enforcement agency in the United States.
Tracy L. McLaughlin, Angelica F. Russell-Johnson
Private foundations are a favored vehicle for many charitably inclined clients — particularly those who seek to take a hands-on approach to their charitable mission while establishing a lasting legacy for their families.
Thomas W. Abendroth
Part 2: Self-Dealing Rules and their Impact on IRA Investments
Michelle A. Cooke, Elizabeth H. Cohen, Dan Jasnow, Yusef Abutouq, Helenka B. Mietka
The US Copyright Office has issued a notice of inquiry in the Federal Register on the intersection of copyright and artificial intelligence (AI).
Les Jacobowitz, Alan S. Dubin, Brooke Fodor, Megan (Woodward) Daily, Malia K. Benison, Justin A. Kesselman, Matthew R. Bentley
The practice of repledging (sometimes referred to as “rehypothecation”) is utilized in, among others, loan, swap, and brokerage transactions.
Birgit Matthiesen, David R. Hamill, Antonio J. Rivera, James Kim*
The ArentFox Schiff’s Electric Mobility team was delighted to accept an invitation from the organizers of The Battery Show, billed as the largest advanced battery event in North America.
Dan H. Renberg
In 15 Minutes on Congress: Appropriations Edition, Part 2, ArentFox Schiff Government Relations partner and podcast host Dan Renberg is joined by Bruce Evans, former Senate Appropriations Committee Minority Staff Director and Capitol Hill veteran with over three decades of experience.
Jeffrey B. Tate , Stephanie Trunk, Rachel Scott
The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) has issued guidance on the pharmaceutical excise tax that may apply to certain drug manufacturers, producers, and importers that fail to negotiate a drug-pricing agreement with the US Secretary of Health and Human Services.
Anthony V. Lupo, Dan Jasnow, Constance Zhou
For better or worse, generative artificial intelligence (GenAI) is already transforming the way we live and work.
Jacob S. Zodieru, Richard LaCava
LKQ Corp. v. GM Global Technology Operations LLC has brought attention to the ongoing debate surrounding design patent law, particularly with respect to the Rosen-Durling test for design patent obviousness.
Shoshana Golden, Emily M. Leongini
Last Friday, the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) announced its newly developed draft electronic submission portal — Cosmetics Direct — to facilitate submissions of cosmetic product facility registrations and product listings later this year.
Lynn R. Fiorentino, Debra Albin-Riley, Brian P. Waldman, Robert G. Edwards, Ph.D., Shayshari Potter
Prop 65 Counsel: What To Know
D. Jacques Smith, Randall A. Brater, Mohammed T. Farooqui, D. Austin Rettew
Headlines that Matter for Companies and Executives in Regulated Industries
Matthew Berlin, Pamela M. Deese, Ralph V. De Martino, Emily B. Lewis
On August 28, 2023, the US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) charged media and entertainment company, Impact Theory, LLC, with violating the Securities Act of 1933 by making an unregistered offering of securities in the form of non-fungible tokens (NFT).
Robert B. Koonin, Mitchell Z. Markowitz, Cynthia Thomas
On September 1, 2023, the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) issued a proposed rule titled “Minimum Staffing Standards for Long-Term Care (LTC) Facilities and Medicaid Institutional Payment Transparency Reporting.”
Lindsay Korotkin
A recent Second Circuit case has brought the debate surrounding contentious art and intellectual property rights to the forefront.
Kirstie Brenson, Adam Diederich
This post explains an exception to the attorney-client privilege that is recognized in many jurisdictions to allow minority owners of LLCs and corporations to attempt to obtain the privileged communications of their LLC or corporation.