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The DC Circuit has upheld the FAA’s 2012 determination of no hazard, clearing the construction of the 130-wind turbine Cape Wind project in Nantucket Sound.
The Volcker Rule — a suggested approach for banking entities when analysing its impact on business models, activities and transactions
This alert provides an overview of the principal elements of the Volcker Rule and identifies concerns that have already been raised by industry participants.
Pillsbury has published its FCC Enforcement Monitor communication for January 2014.
On 20 January 2014, the US Treasury and state departments took steps to implement temporary and limited changes to US sanctions policy for Iran.
A US court has held that Argentinian plaintiffs could not sue a German car maker in California for human rights violations allegedly committed in Argentina.
The first two weeks of 2014 ushered in an extraordinary weather disaster affecting most of the US, causing property damage and business interruption.
The New York Non-Profit Revitalization Act of 2013 was signed into law on 18 December 2013 and the bulk of its provisions will take effect on 1 July 2014.
The government can suspend ‘affiliates’ of a suspended contractor, even though there is no allegation that the affiliates themselves had done anything wrong.
A recent decision from an appellate court in Pennsylvania is good news for policyholders who manufacture products.
EPA has amended its ‘All Appropriate Inquiries’ rule, which sets out the standard for environmental due diligence in commercial and industrial property transactions.
This decision may prove valuable to policyholders in their disputes over deductibles.
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) has published its ‘Arbitration Study Preliminary Results’, mandated by section 1028(a) of the Dodd-Frank Act.
The arrival of 2014 has already ushered in major reforms to New York’s employment law landscape, with broad ramifications, particularly for New York City employers.
The next Quarterly List must be placed in stations’ public inspection files by 10 January, reflecting information for the months of October, November and December 2013.
The next Children’s Television Programming Report must be filed with the FCC and placed in stations’ public inspection files by 10 January 2014.
The three-year-long licence renewal cycles for broadcast stations in radio services and for television services continue in 2014.
Pillsbury has published its FCC Enforcement Monitor communication for December 2013.
This alert focuses on several major measures that are related to outbound investment by Chinese persons and inbound investment in China by foreign investors.
The Occupational Safety and Health Administration of the US Department of Labor proposed a new rule which will require employers to electronically report injury and illness data on a quarterly basis.
The authors analyse two decisions by the US Supreme Court that narrow the circumstances under which employers can be held liable for retaliation or harassment claims under Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964.