For the past several years, insider trading has been one of the hottest topics in world of corporate and securities law. The controversy that has followed Second Circuit’s December 2014 dismissal of the insider trading convictions of Todd Newman and Anthony Chiasson ensures that insider trading will continue to be a hot topic for some time to come.
As the round-the-world flight of the solar-powered Solar Impulse 2 steadily approaches, aviation industry leaders are examining the potential incorporation of solar energy into their operations.
Last week the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) voted in favor of “net neutrality.”
Following a pullback in fiscal year 2013, deal activity in the global aerospace and defense (A&D) sector has returned to its former levels.
With all the talk about the Supreme Court deciding a pregnancy discrimination case this term and what it means for federal law, there is a separate Connecticut law on the subject — a portion of which you are probably unfamiliar with.
How much trouble can a double-U make? If you’ve been following this blog over the years, you know the answer: quite a lot.
We’ve been following the saga of the Keystone XL pipeline for a while now, and the battle rages on in Washington. Yesterday, the Republican-led Senate attempted to override President Obama’s veto of a bill to approve the pipeline.
We’ve posted here before about interesting sanctions that courts have ordered for lawyer misconduct. Here’s another one, in a case very recently tried to a jury verdict in the Eastern District of Louisiana.
The Federal Trade Commission and Department of Justice Antitrust Division held their second public workshop on health care competition on February 24-25, 2015.