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How executive orders and judicial review are shaping environmental policy

Aug 1, 2017 By: Beth Ginsberg

Beth Ginsberg, Timothy McMahan and Shannon Morrissey of Stoel Rives analyze President Donald Trump’s use of executive orders and how the judiciary

Shifting sands: The data breach litigation landscape in 2017

Jul 12, 2017 By: Kenneth N. Rashbaum

The smiling red skull glowing from the computer monitor is a rather rude indication that your computer or information system has been

Be Careful Where You Walk

Jun 30, 2017 By: Jean Sica

These and other interesting cases can be found in Westlaw Jury Verdicts & Settlements. Koplin v. Spencer Amy Koplin, a 25-year-old female, reportedly

Takings for pipeline projects are subject to challenge by property owners to ensure public benefits

Jun 29, 2017 By: Michael Ash

As natural gas companies continue to produce products from the Marcellus and Utica shale fields in Pennsylvania, Ohio and West Virginia, new

Obamacare’s ‘risk corridor’ program: Litigation status and prospects

Apr 18, 2017 By: David Kaufman

Health law attorneys Deborah Dorman-Rodriguez and David M. Kaufman analyze the controversy surrounding Obamacare’s “risk corridor” program — which was designed to

Case of drone downed with shotgun does not raise federal question

Apr 5, 2017 By: Aaron Rolloff

A Kentucky federal judge has dismissed a lawsuit over an unmanned aircraft, ruling that despite the Federal Aviation Administration’s authority over all

Attorneys cheer (and jeer) high court’s cheerleading outfit copyright holding

Mar 23, 2017 By: Patrick Hughes

The U.S. Supreme Court has ruled that a two-dimensional cheerleading uniform design may be protected under copyright law even if the outfit

Patent Act liability needs more than one U.S.-made component, justices say

Feb 24, 2017 By: Patrick Hughes

One American-made component — no matter its qualitative importance — cannot qualify as a “substantial portion” of a multifaceted product produced overseas

Does Cigna’s suit against Anthem signal the end of the billion-dollar breakup fee?

Feb 22, 2017 By: Amy Watkins

Billion-dollar termination fees could be on their way out as corporate dealmakers change merger negotiation tactics based on recent deal disasters, evidenced

Louisiana underfunds, understaffs and overworks public defenders, class action claims

Feb 10, 2017 By: Michael Scott Leonard

A group of law firms and civil rights organizations has filed a proposed class action accusing Louisiana of funding public defenders at

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