In their Appellate Practice column, Thomas R. Newman, of counsel to Duane Morris, and Steven J. Ahmuty, Jr., a partner at Shaub, Ahmuty, Citrin & Spratt, review the "appendix method" as an
In his Executive Compensation column, Joseph E. Bachelder III, special counsel to McCarter & English, discusses a First Circuit decision that a private equity fund was engaged in a trade or business
... They seek a declaratory judgment that the CBP and ICE policies violate the First and Fourth Amendments. Compl. at 34. They also seek...
Saul R. Fenchel and Daniel M. Lehmann of Berkman, Henoch, Peterson, Peddy & Fenchel discuss: When a purchaser, for example, purchases real property and then learns that not only does the government p
...required for renewable energy makes it an unrealistic foundation for national energy policy. Indeed, even in the United States, conservation, energy efficiency and renewables are...
In their Sentencing Guidelines column, Covington & Burling's Alan Vinegrad and Jason Levine write: Mandatory minimum sentences have, for years, been the subject of complaints from the bench, the defe
...allege that this decision was part of a long-standing racially discriminatory policy maintained by the Defendants. Based on these allegations, the Plaintiffs assert claims...
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