You’re Invited: Inside the Beltway

You are invited to join us as we host former congressmen Norm Dicks (D-WA) and George Nethercutt (R-WA); Bruce Evans, Majority Staff Director, Senate Committee on Appropriations; and Alex Keenan, Minority Staff Director, Senate Appropriations Subcommittee on Labor, HHS & Education for an exclusive look into the changing face of Washingt… Continue Reading View Full Post
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Vidhya Prabhakaran in Fireside Chat with CPUC President Picker

Vidhya Prabhakaran, a partner in national law firm Davis Wright Tremaine LLP, interviews California Public Utilities Commission President Michael Picker about the relevant developments and implications around expanding retail choice in California at the Advanced Energy Economy’s Pathway to 2050 conference. View Full Post
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Davis Wright Tremaine LLP and RADAR, Inc. Form Strategic Alliance to Use Software Innovation for Efficient Analysis and Delivery of Incident Response Services

To address the rise of security and privacy incidents and associated organizational risks, penalties, and legal costs, the international law firm of Davis Wright Tremaine and SaaS solution provider RADAR, Inc. have formed a strategic alliance. Using and recommending RADAR’s purpose-built incident response software to clients will enhance Davis W… Continue Reading View Full Post
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Senators Request GAO Review of CFIUS Oversight of Foreign Investment in U.S. Real Estate

Three senators – Senate Banking Committee Ranking Member Sherrod Brown, Sen. Ron Wyden, ranking member on the Senate Finance Committee, and Sen. Claire McCaskill, ranking member on the Homeland Security and Government Affairs Committee – have asked the Government Accountability Office to investigate how the Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States (CFIUS) examines U.S. View Full Post
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China’s Cybersecurity Regulators Issue Procedural Rules to Strengthen Enforcement Power

For the past several years, the Cyberspace Administration of China (the “CAC”) has risen to a very important status among the Chinese national government’s agencies. However, it lacks a specific procedural law to empower it with specific enforcement actions. Against this background, the CAC issued Provisions on Administrative Law Enforcement … Continue Reading View Full Post
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