In a blog for the Columbia Law School’s Corporations and the Capital Markets, AFS Partner Allen Horwich and Northwestern University Associate Vice President for Research Crista Brawley present highlights from their previously published case study.
Partner Emily Leongini and Associate Shoshana Golden were quoted on US Food and Drug Administration’s (FDA) request for additional information from HRA Pharma’s NDA sponsor of a proposal for the country’s first over-the-counter (OTC) daily oral contraceptive.
ArentFox Schiff Firmwide Co-Managing Partner Joseph Krasovec was quoted on the official opening of the firm’s office in the Metaverse, making it the first major US law office in the digital world.
Partner D. Reed Freeman was featured on his return to ArentFox Schiff, where he serves as co-chair of the firm’s Privacy practice.
Driverless car company Waymo already operates autonomous taxi fleets in Phoenix and San Francisco. On deck: Los Angeles.
On Aug. 30, in Environment Texas Citizen Lobby Inc. v. ExxonMobil Corp., a split panel of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit upheld the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Texas' $14.25 million Clean Air Act penalty against a petroleum company that had been found liable for
Imagine having the capability to watch a Major League Baseball game through the eyes of the batter, stand on the sidelines next to your favorite player during the Super Bowl or watch each play of a game from different viewpoints in your own home.
In an article for the American Bar Association's Franchise Law Journal, Partner Ann MacDonald and Kylie Wood discuss the challenges franchise entities face when participating in Rule 30(b)(6) depositions, and how thoughtful preparation helps franchisors avoid common pitfalls.
Dan Jasnow was quoted on the current privacy practices, or lack thereof, in the Metaverse to address consent laws regarding biometrics and other personal data.
ArentFox Schiff Chairman Anthony V. Lupo was featured on News Nation’s “Morning in America” program as part of a special television news series called “Surveillance State” about privacy and personal security issues in the Metaverse.
Partner Francis Lyons, a former US Department of Justice environmental enforcement attorney and US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) regional administrator, was quoted on the EPA’s launch of the Office of Environmental Justice and External Civil Rights (OEJECR).
Partner Jane E. Montgomery was quoted on how the Inflation Reduction Act’s 30% energy storage tax credit could bolster large-scale battery manufacturers’ appeal to investors in renewable energy technology.
Volkswagen spun off the German carmaker on the Frankfurt Stock Exchange, where its stock began trading higher despite a broader decline in European markets.
A reporter and a photographer went for a ride in an experimental autonomous vehicle operated by the General Motors subsidiary, Cruise. There were bumps in the road.
In an article for Northwestern University’s Law and Economics, Partner Allen Horwich and Northwestern University Associate VP for Research Crista Brawley present a complete case study of clinical trial-specific insider trading law, with recommendations that can be applied to other industries.
Partner J. Michael Showalter was quoted on the ways low-income communities could access renewable and clean energy as a result of tax credits, increased federal funding, and other benefits from the recently passed Inflation Reduction Act.
Media & Entertainment Industry Team Co-Leader Michelle Cooke was quoted on intellectual property issues related to an NFT owner’s McDonald’s-themed restaurant called McRTFKT’s built in the Metaverse that has no affiliation with the restaurant chain.
Partner Sarah A. W. Fitts, International Bar Association Power Law Committee co-chair, was quoted on anticipated energy shortages and rising costs throughout Europe.
Partner Emily Leongini and Associate Shoshana Golden were quoted on the potential impact of the US Supreme Court’s ruling in Dobbs v. Jackson on other aspects of reproductive health care.
Partner Lowell Brown was quoted on hospitals’ and other medical providers’ ability to perform abortions under the federal Emergency Medical Treatment and Active Labor Act (EMTALA) in states with strict abortion restrictions.
Partner Hillary Stemple was quoted by Pink Sheet on how the US Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) and US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) could expand access to medication abortion, in line with President Biden’s July executive order.
Partner Mamta Shah recently spoke with Corporate Counsel about the potential risks faced from law enforcement seeking information by companies that wish to offer travel benefits to employees who obtain abortion services out-of-state.
Media & Entertainment Industry Team Co-Leader Michelle Cooke was quoted on TikTok parent company ByteDance’s plan to launch a stand-alone music streaming service called “TikTok Music.”
Partner Jane Montgomery was quoted on the US Supreme Court’s decision in West Virginia v. EPA that ruled the Clean Air Act (CAA) doesn’t have clear authority to address carbon emissions reduction.