President Joe Biden's sweeping infrastructure proposal, the American Jobs Plan, takes a broad view of what constitutes infrastructure, and tackles many of the issues Biden highlighted in his campaign, including climate change, the state of the country's traditional infrastructure and social inequali
Over the past few weeks, this country has watched and relived the traumatic, public death of George Floyd. Today’s much-anticipated verdict – holding Derek Chauvin guilty on all charges – was a step towards healing.
On March 22, the Chicago suburb of Evanston became the first municipality in the Country to approve a government reparations program for eligible Black residents of the City.
The shooting of eight people in the Atlanta area earlier this week – including six women of Asian descent – requires all of us to pause and focus on the alarming rise in hate crimes against members of the Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) community since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Anthony-Ray Sepúlveda was profiled in “My Weekday Workout,” a series detailing how attorneys have adapted their exercise routines during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Governance Institue published an article explaining why governing boards may want to engage with legal counsel and others on the executive team to understand how the Final Rule would impact their organization’s operations.
Each year, more than two million corporations, limited liability companies (LLCs), and other entities are formed in the United States. Historically, formation of these entities required little to no disclosure of their beneficial owners.
Arent Fox LLP served as outside counsel to Q2 Holdings, the Austin-based leading provider of digital transformation solutions for banking and lending, in a naming rights transaction for the new home of Austin’s MLS Team.
Arent Fox advised Deutsch Family Wine & Spirits, a leading importer and marketer of award-winning wines and spirits from around the world, in the sale of three wine brands in its portfolio to Total Beverage Solution, a full-service national importer and supplier of niche beer, wine, and spirits.
The New York Law Journal reported that an eleventh hour push to block proposed settlements with two defendant banks over their role in the manipulation of LIBOR hit a dead end.
Hemp flower growers and smokable hemp manufacturers impacted by state laws that have banned or restricted smokable hemp flower production and sales are worried that federal regulators could echo state-level restrictions on a national scale.
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