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Vorys Sater Seymour & Pease
Republican Bernie Moreno survived a bruising campaign and earned the right to face incumbent Democrat Sherrod Brown in the November election for U.S. Senate.
Foley & Lardner
In a recent decision, a federal judge in the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Texas suspended enforcement of the Pregnant Workers Fairness Act ...
Plunkett & Cooney
Michigan recently passed the Extreme Risk Protection Order Act (ERPOA), which took effect on Feb. 13. Along with this Act, deemed Michigan's new "Reg Flag Law," comes uncertainty and risk, if not followed correctly.
Taft Stettinius & Hollister
While only advisory, the U.S. Sentencing Guidelines nonetheless are a significant driver of risk and exposure for clients facing federal criminal charges.
Nossaman LLP
Today, April 12, 2024, in Sheetz v. County of El Dorado, the U.S. Supreme Court unanimously overruled more than two decades of California precedent...
Eckland & Blando
Federal courts are often forced to uphold laws as "stupid but constitutional", as Justice Antonin Scalia remarked, or strike them down as wise but unconstitutional.
Arnold & Porter
An overview of the upcoming congressional schedule, including key dates in April 2024
Steptoe LLP
Has your corporation been contemplating starting a political action committee ("PAC") this election year?
Arnold & Porter
Our Legislative & Public Policy team is pleased to provide the April 2024 edition of "Capital Snapshot," a monthly summary of the issues, events, and timelines driving federal policy and political decisions.
Steptoe LLP
The pieces are still falling into place, but it looks as if Rep. David Valadao will join the elite "cardinals" as Legislative Branch chairman.
Ogletree, Deakins, Nash, Smoak & Stewart
The Washington State Legislature's 2024 legislative session adjourned on March 7, 2024, concluding a busy sixty-day period that saw lawmakers introduce almost 1,200 bills—on education, public safety...
Nyemaster Goode
Both the House and Senate held floor debate to pass a combined total of 49 bills. Legislation passed off the floor of both chambers was largely policy bills as the legislature moves toward adjournment.
Plunkett & Cooney
On March 15 the U.S. Supreme Court provided guidance on whether state actors can be held accountable for their actions on their social media accounts.
Thompson Coburn LLP
Each party's chief spokesperson and coordinator of legislative strategies and priorities in the Senate.
Duane Morris LLP
Last month, the Department of Justice Environmental and Natural Resources Division, the United States Department of Agriculture Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service and the USDA Office of General Counsel announced the issuance of a Memorandum of Understanding.
Duane Morris LLP
While Judge Burke's decision in the Alabama case explicitly states that it is not based on the Fourth and Fifth Amendments and the various rights and concepts arising thereunder, the allegations...
Buckingham, Doolittle & Burroughs
The concepts of defamation and free speech often collide, raising questions about where the line should be drawn between the right to express oneself and the responsibility...
Venable LLP
The Federal Election Commission has issued an advisory opinion making it much easier for federal candidates to offload their paid canvassing programs onto state PACs, nonprofits, and super PACs.
Mayer Brown
John Sullivan is featured in this video.
Mayer Brown
John Sullivan, who served as US Ambassador to Russia under President Trump and President Biden, speaks with Christiane Amanpour about the war in Ukraine, Putin's re-election, and more.
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