Arent Fox Intellectual Property partner Anthony Lupo was profiled in a feature article by The Washington Post for making a “career out of breaking the mold of a typical D.C. regulatory lawyer,” while maintaining a “bustling entertainment practice that could rival that of a California firm.”
Bankruptcy partner Aram Ordubegian was quoted in the Crescenta Valley Weekly on the economic impact the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and other federal and state regulations will have on small businesses in the region.
Political Law partner Craig Engle was quoted in a Roll Call article on President Obama’s decision to collect unlimited corporate cash for his inauguration, while disclosing less about donors than he did four years ago.
Rich Brand, leader of Arent Fox’s Sports practice, was part of a panel hosted by Forbes that focused on the impact technology is having on the sports industry. A portion of the program appeared on the Emmy award-winning “Forbes SportsMoney.”
The Anti-Corruption Report recently covered a webinar on Arent Fox’s FCPA report entitled “C-Suite at Risk” presented by New York partner Scott Peeler, and co-authored by New York partners Robert Capers and Temitope Yusuf and New York associate Andrew Dykens.
On June 11, New York managing partner Andrew Silfen spoke and was the masters of ceremonies at the New York Institute of Credit’s Centennial Celebration honoring Harvey Gross.
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