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Anheuser-Busch InBevís Implications for FCPA and Dodd-Frank Act Compliance
Topic: International Trade and Commerce
By Lucinda A. Low, a Partner with Steptoe & Johnson LLP in the firmís Washington, DC office where she heads the FCPA/anti-corruption practice.
Legal Backgrounder, January 2017
Data Security Best Practices Derived from FTC ß 5 Enforcement Actions
Topic: Intellectual Property
By Kurt Wimmer, a Partner with Covington & Burling LLP in its Washington, DC office, where he chairs the Data Privacy and Cybersecurity Practice, and Ashden Fein, Catlin M. Meade, and Andrew Vaden, Associates with the firm. Foreword by David A. Heiner, Vice President and Deputy General Counsel of the Regulatory Affairs team at Microsoft Corporation.
Working Paper, January 2017
Study Reveals Pharmaceutical Product-Liability Plaintiffs Drawn to Sue in California
Topic: Judiciary and Courts
By Mark A. Behrens, a Partner with Shook, Hardy & Bacon LLP in the firmís Washington, DC office, who also serves as a member of WLFís Legal Policy Advisory Board.
Legal Opinion Letter, January 2017
California Supreme Court Clarifies Broader Application of Stateís Anti-SLAPP Law
Topic: Countering Special Interest Activists
By Thomas R. Burke, a Partner with Davis Wright Tremaine LLP in the firm’s San Francisco, CA office. 
Legal Backgrounder, December 16, 2016
How Exclusion and Debarment Empower Prosecutors to Vastly Expand False Claims Act Liability
Topic: Government Contracting
By Stephen J. Obermeier, a Partner with Wiley Rein LLP in the firmís Washington, DC office, and Dylan Hix, an Associate with the firm.
Working Paper, December 2016
ON THE MERITS: Cahen v. Toyota Motor Corporation
Topic: Civil Justice Reform
By Frank Cruz-Alvarez, a Partner with Shook, Hardy & Bacon LLP in the firmís Miami, FL office, and Alan Butler, Senior Counsel for the Electronic Privacy Information Council in the groupís Washington, DC office.
On the Merits, December 16, 2016
At One-Year Anniversary, Cautious Optimism as New E-Discovery Rules Gain Some Traction
Topic: Litigation Strategies
By John J. Jablonski, a Partner in the New York, NY office of Goldberg Segalla.
Legal Backgrounder, December 2, 2016
Federal Civil Investigative Documents Held Admissible for Defendant in White-Collar Criminal Trial
Topic: Corporate Criminal Liability
By Joseph Perry, an Associate with Baker Botts L.L.P. in the firm’s New York, NY office.
Counsel's Advisory, December 2, 2016
New Jersey High Court Rejects Generic Preemption Defense When Label Updates ďUnreasonablyĒ Delayed
Topic: Federalism
By Linda Pissott Reig, a Shareholder with Buchanan Ingersoll & Rooney PC in the firmís Newark, NJ office, and Alexandre H. Gapihan, an Associate in the firmís Washington, DC office.
Legal Opinion Letter, December 2, 2016
Comments Needed on Proposed Amendments to Federal Class Action Rules
Topic: Civil Justice Reform
By Christopher P. Gramling, Assistant General Counsel to Eli Lilly and Company in Indianapolis, IN.
Counsel's Advisory, November 10, 2016
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