For over 100 years, visionary lawyers and other leaders have struggled to establish a comprehensive system to deliver some measure of equal justice to all Americans.
What happens when a meeting agenda refers to the wrong legal authority for a closed-session item an agency considers?
Highway funding remains at an impasse in Congress this week, as the House and Senate continue to debate how to extend funding for the program and for how long that extension should last.
Via TechDirt, I learned that Carl Malamud, proprietor of Public.Resource.org, was sued last week by the State of Georgia for copyright infringement.
Monday Morning Regulatory Review: WOTUS Litigation Joined; CFPB Recess Appointment Challenge Revived; Contraceptive Insurance Exception & Immigration Executive Action Regulation
Litigation dominated regulatory practice last week.
Both the Senate and the House made progress on their respective updates to 2005’s Energy Policy Act this week.
At the White House Conference on Aging, the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid (CMS) proposed new rules to improve the care of approximately 1.5 million elderly who reside in more than 15,000 long-term care (LTC) facilities nationwide.
On the 25th Anniversary of the ADA, 25 Easy Ways to Make Your Business More Accessible to Customers with Disabilities
This Sunday, July 26, marks the 25th anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act.
False Claims Act Update: 9th Circuit Gives ‘Respectful Burial’ to Inflated Public Disclosure Requirement
Qui tam cases alleging violations of the False Claims Act remain red hot in today’s climate.
Yesterday several members of Congress announced the Equality Act which, if passed, would add “sexual orientation” and “gender identity” to protections that already exist based on race, religion, sex, and more. And though it comes on the heels of several similar decisions, this act is no redundancy.