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Does Daimler v. Bauman Portend an End to Madison County’s Reign as a Top “Magnet Jurisdiction”?
Topic: Civil Justice Reform
By Gary A. Isaac, Counsel in the Chicago office of the law firm Mayer Brown LLP.
Legal Backgrounder, June 19, 2015
Fourth Circuit’s Extreme Deference to Army Corps: “Waters of the U.S.” Everywhere After Precon II?
Topic: Environmental Regulation
By George J. Mannina, Jr., a partner in the law firm of Nossaman LLP in its Washington, D.C. office.
Legal Opinion Letter, June 19, 2015
Law Rejecting “Innovator Liability” Theory Restores Civil Justice Sanity to Alabama
Topic: Civil Justice Reform
By John J. Park, Jr., Of Counsel to the Atlanta office of the law firm Strickland Brockington Lewis LLP and former Deputy Attorney General for the State of Alabama, 1995 to 2006.
Legal Opinion Letter, June 19, 2015
A ‘Perfect Storm’ Confronts Asbestos Defendants in Newport News
Topic: Antitrust and Consumer Protection
Mark A. Behrens is a Partner in the Washington, D.C. office of the law firm Shook, Hardy & Bacon L.L.P., where he co-chairs the Public Policy Group. He is also a member of WLF’s Legal Policy Advisory Board.
Legal Opinion Letter, June 5, 2015
On the Merits: PETPO v. U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service
Topic: Environmental Regulation
Anthony T. Caso is a Clinical Professor of Law at Chapman University’s Dale E. Fowler School of Law, where he serves as Director of the Constitutional Jurisprudence Clinic. Michael C. Blumm is Jeffrey Bain Faculty Scholar & Professor of Law at Lewis and Clark Law School, where he has taught natural resources law for nearly four decades; he is one of 42 law professors who signed on to an amicus brief in support of the prairie dog regulation, from which this comment is adapted.
On the Merits, June 5, 2015
Returning the Mountain State to the Mainstream, West Virginia Adopts Sweeping Legal Reforms
Topic: Environmental Regulation
J. Mark Adkins is a Partner at the law firm Bowles Rice LLP in Charleston, West Virginia where he focuses his practice on litigation, primarily in business, financial and energy disputes. Mr. Adkins served as Counsel for the House of Delegates Committee on Judiciary during the 2015 legislative session and worked extensively on West Virginia’s tort reform efforts. Patrick C. Timony is an Associate at Bowles Rice LLP, focusing on financial, construction and energy litigation.
Legal Backgrounder, June 5, 2015
California Appellate Court Provides Clear Guidance on Proposition 65 Exposure Analyses—For Now
Topic: Health Care
By Ann Grimaldi, Principal and Founder of Grimaldi Law Offices in San Francisco, California. Grimaldi Law Offices counsels clients on chemical and product regulatory compliance and defends them in enforcement actions.
Legal Backgrounder, May 22 2015
Consumer Class Actions Against Liquor Producers Follow Familiar Path
Topic: Managing Regulatory Activism
By Thomas J. Cunningham, a Partner in the Los Angeles and Chicago offices of the law firm Locke Lorde LLP, and Co-Chair of the Litigation Department, and Simon A. Fleischmann, a Partner in the firm’s Chicago office and Founding Member of its Food & Beverage Industry Group.
Legal Backgrounder, May 22 2015
Oil And Gas Employers Face New Scrutiny Under OSHA's Severe Violator Program
Topic: Environmental Regulation
By Jeffrey Tanenbaum, a Partner in the San Francisco office of the law firm Nixon Peabody LLP, where he chairs the OSHA practice, and Rachel Fischetti, an Associate with the firm.
Counsel's Advisory, May 22 2015
A National Data-Breach Notification Standard: Why Federal Preemption Is Imperative
Topic: Communications Law
By Daniel I. Prywes, a partner with the law firm of Bryan Cave LLP, in Washington, D.C., and John C. Bush, an associate with Bryan Cave LLP in its Atlanta office. Both are members of the law firm’s Data Privacy and Security Group.
Legal Backgrounder, May 2015
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