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Federal Clean Air Act Preemption of Public Nuisance Claims: The Case for Supreme Court Resolution
Topic: Environmental Regulation
By Donald W. Fowler, Managing Partner to, and Richard O. Faulk, a partner with, the law firm Hollingsworth LLP.
Contemporary Legal Notes, November 2014
ON THE MERITS: Kellogg Brown & Root Services v. U.S. ex rel. Carter
Topic: Government Contracting
By Douglas W. Baruch, a partner with the law firm Fried, Frank, Harris, Shriver & Jacobson LLP and Robert L. Vogel, a partner in the law firm Vogel, Slade & Goldstein, LLP.
On the Merits, November 21, 2014
Federal Government Crossfire: Fix the “Catch-22” Businesses Face from Conflicting Agency Demands
Topic: Managing Regulatory Activism
By Victor E. Schwartz, Co-Chairman of, and Christopher E. Appel, an associate in, the Washington, D.C.-based Public Policy Group of the law firm Shook, Hardy, & Bacon L.L.P.
Legal Opinion Letter, November 7, 2014
New Jersey Supreme Court Set to Rule on Definition of “Independent Contractor”
Topic: Employment Law
By Mark E. Tabakman, a Labor & Employment Partner in the Roseland, New Jersey office of the law firm Fox Rothschild with an emphasis in wage-and-hour law.
Legal Opinion Letter, November 7, 2014
Appeals Court Confirms Expert Testimony Must Offer Scientific Proof of Causation, Not a Hypothesis
Topic: Civil Justice Reform
By Carl J. Summers, counsel in the law firm Mayer Brown LLP’s Supreme Court and Appellate Practice.
Legal Opinion Letter, October 24, 2014
Are EPA and the Army Corps Navigating New Waters with their Controversial Proposal?
Topic: Environmental Regulation
By Sarah A. Slack, a Senior Counsel with the law firm Foley & Lardner LLP, practicing in its Madison, Wisconsin office, and Catherine M. Basic, an Associate with the firm in its Chicago, Illinois office.
Legal Backgrounder, October 24, 2014
High Court’s Cert Denial Foments Greater Confusion over Removal of Mass Actions under Federal Law
Topic: Civil Justice Reform
By Heather A. Pigman, a Partner with the law firm Hollingsworth LLP in Washington, D.C. and John M. Kalas, an Associate with the firm.
Legal Backgrounder, October 24, 2014
“Cy Pres” Awards: Is the End Near for a Legal Remedy with No Basis in Law?
Topic: Civil Justice Reform
By James M. Beck and Rachel B. Weil, counsels to the law firm Reed Smith LLP in its Philadelphia office.
Working Paper, October 2014
New York High Court Should Keep “Stream of Commerce" Tort Rule
Topic: Civil Justice Reform
By Mark A. Behrens and Virginia R. Knapp Dorell, attorneys in the Public Policy Group of the law firm Shook, Hardy, & Bacon L.L.P. in its Washington, D.C. office.
Legal Opinion Letter, October 10, 2014
Texas Supreme Court Heightens Evidentiary Bar for “Stigma Damages”
Topic: Civil Justice Reform
By Mark R. Ter Molen, a partner, and Sarah E. Reynolds, an associate, in the Chicago office of the law firm Mayer Brown LLP.
Counsel's Advisory, October 10, 2014
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