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The Arms Export Control Act requires the registration of brokers of defense articles and defense services, pursuant to regulations currently published in the International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR).
The departments of labour, treasury and health and human services recently published final Affordable Care Act regulations on wellness programmes.
A recent spate of cases has generally upheld, on First Amendment grounds, a developer’s right to include unlicensed trademarks in video games. However, it may be wise for developers to be circumspect in what they include.
The FCC has announced that full payment of all applicable regulatory fees for the 2013 fiscal year must be received no later than 20 September 2013.
The 20 August 2013 Federal Register included a notice officially establishing the comment and reply cycle associated with FCC’s recently released notice of proposed rulemaking.
In April 2013, the US EPA’s Office of Solid Waste and Emergency Response issued two guidance documents on soil vapour intrusion.
Increasingly, printed matter is being made available via the internet in electronic form and both publishers and readers are starting to prefer an online format over the printed hardcopy format.
Patent litigator Steven Moore has joined Pillsbury as a partner in the San Diego intellectual-property practice.
Pillsbury has been named by the Chevron Law Function as a recipient of its ninth annual Law Firm Diversity Recognition Award.
There are a number of important reforms being made to UK employment law this year, largely due to the enactment of the Enterprise and Regulatory Reform Act 2013.
On 14 August, the Serious Fraud Office (SFO) announced that four men connected to Sustainable AgroEnergy plc have been charged with offences of conspiracy to commit fraud.
A new appellate decision reinstates the Bay Area Air Quality Management District’s controversial ‘significance thresholds’ for evaluating air quality impacts under the California Environmental Quality Act.
Pillsbury’s Thomas Shoesmith has participated in a roundtable discussion on the status of global mergers and acquisitions work.
The First Circuit Court of Appeals recently became the first federal appellate court to hold that a private equity (PE) fund can be a ‘trade or business’.
Like Athena from the head of Zeus: Neighbours For Smart Rail authorises future baselines in CEQA review
A new California Supreme Court decision has authorised reliance on anticipated future conditions as the ‘baseline’ for evaluating impacts of long-term infrastructure projects.
The Government Accountability Office holds that the Navy unreasonably credited a joint venture awardee with the corporate experience and past performance of two affiliates of one of the joint venture partners.
Pillsbury’s Robert James shakes up accepted wisdom and puts to the torch a few cherished myths about the aftermath of the 1906 San Francisco earthquake and fire.
Plans for renewable energy in the Middle East should provide considerable opportunities for private sector investment in the future.
Contractual representations and warranties are often referred to as ‘reps and warranties’. The differences between the two concepts are often forgotten, but the distinction is important.
On 17 July 2013, the FCC issued a citation to the Caribe Federal Credit Union (CFCU) in San Juan, Puerto Rico for operating incidental radiators and causing harmful interference to licensed communications in violation of the FCC’s rules.