By: Todd Daubert, Crawford Schneider, Eric Tanenblatt, Lauren Wilson, Dentons Unlocking the full potential of autonomous transportation will require smart,..
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By Ashley Lopez, KUT Texas’ bipartisan effort to shield patients from surprise medical bills could be weaker than lawmakers intended when..
By: Benjamin Brickner, Brett Natarelli, Charles Washburn, Jr. – Manatt, Phelps & Phillips, LLP Oversight of student loan servicing remains..
By Rachel Bluth Lobbying campaigns and legislative battles have been underway for months as Congress tries to solve the problem of surprise billing, when..
By Ana B. Ibarra Gov. Gavin Newsom wrapped up his bill-signing marathon Sunday, capping the end of a legislative session that..
D.C. Circuit Upholds “Light Touch” Federal Regulation of Broadband ISPs, but Opens the Door to Differing State-Level Laws
By: Douglas Brandon, Virginia Hiner, Karen Lynn Milne, Akin Gump On October 1, 2019, the U.S. Court of Appeals for..
By Steven Findlay A new California law that reclassifies some independent contractors as employees, requiring they be offered a range of..
By: Anna V. Smith This summer, the Yurok Tribe declared rights of personhood for the Klamath River — likely the..
By: Ross Margulies, Foley Hoag On September 17, 2019, Tennessee released its proposal to block grant most of the funding the state’s..
By Lauren Weber This was supposed to be the year Medicaid expansion finally happened in Kansas. Democratic Gov. Laura Kelly, elected..
By: Fernando Rodriguez Marin,Nicolai Sarad,Bracewell LLP 1. Multi-use Corridors of Regional Economic Significance (M-CORES) – Three potential new Florida Public-Private..
By Markian Hawryluk Wyoming, the reddest of Republican states and a bastion of free enterprise, thinks it may have found a..