Complex Litigation Partner and National Practice Group Leader Jacques Smith was quoted in an article discussing healthcare-related fraud by Compliance Week.
The acquisition, valued at approximately $167 million, included 15 single-story office, flex and industrial properties in Chesapeake and Norfolk, Virginia and added more than 1.6 million square feet to the Mid-Atlantic portfolio of DSC Partners.
Arent Fox’s Sports Practice Leader Rich Brand spoke with radio network WTMJ on Wednesday, January 23rd, 2019 on the new naming rights for the Milwaukee Brewers’ Miller Park. The Brewers recently announced that American Family Insurance will take over the naming rights of Miller Park in 2021.
Arent Fox was featured in Alaska Native Village Corporation Association’s (ANVCA) “January 2019 Member Newsletter.”
Bankruptcy and Financial Restructuring group West Coast team leader Aram Ordubegian recently spoke with Business Insurance about Pacific Gas & Electric Co. (PG&E)’s recent filing for Chapter 11 bankruptcy for all its businesses because of the liabilities it faces from catastrophic wildfires.
Arent Fox attorneys D. Jacques Smith, Randall Brater, and Michael Dearington spoke with Bloomberg Law about an upcoming US Supreme Court case and its potential ramifications for False Claims Act cases.
Earlier this month, Arent Fox LLP received the “Best Deal of the Year” award from the Washington DC Economic Partnership for a deal financing the acquisition of a new training center for the Spanish Education and Development Center.
On December 5, New York partner Hunter Carter spoke before the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights.
On December 4, Complex Litigation Partner James H. Hulme was elected Vice President of the Council for Court Excellence at the nonprofit’s semi-annual board meeting held in the US District Court for the District of Columbia.
The Recorder has selected Eva Pulliam, a Senior Associate in Arent Fox’s Privacy, Cybersecurity & Data Protection group, as a “Next Generation Leader” in their 2018 list of Women Leaders in Tech Law.
AF Senior Government Relations Advisor Phil English spoke with the Philadelphia Enquirer following the 2018 midterm elections:
Automotive leader Aaron Jacoby spoke with Law360 about how the construction industry is already considering how automated vehicles could be used on job sites and change infrastructure and development projects.
Los Angeles Partner Mark Phillips recently talked with Law360 in their article "9th Circ. Truckers Ruling Drives Home Limits Of Preemption."
Health Care Partner Stephanie Trunk was interviewed by HealthLeader on a recent ruling that vacated the Medicare Advantage 2014 Overpayment Rule.
Sports Partner Jennifer O’Sullivan talked with Variety about strategies broadcasters are using for the 2018 NFL season.
On August 28, New York Partner and Chairperson of the USPTO’s Patent Public Advisory Committee, Marylee Jenkins, was quoted in Law360 regarding the week-long outage of the USPTO’s online patent filing system earlier in the month.
Landlords occasionally offer tenants build-out allowances that are greater than the cost the tenant will incur to build-out its space.
On August 17, New York partner and chairperson of the USPTO’s Patent Public Advisory Committee Marylee Jenkins was quoted in an Law360 article about the new role for the current Chief Judge of the USPTO’s Patent Trial Appeal Board, David Ruschke.
Social media giant Facebook is currently considering leasing the entire 767,00 square feet in the $300 million Burlingame Point development at 300 Airport Boulevard.
Arent Fox Sports Practice Group Leader Rich Brand was quoted in the Law360 article, “Skyrocketing Team Values Attracting Sophisticated Investors,” on the increasing trend in sports team ownership by wealthy investors.
Reuters reported that during the third installment of its Transforming Women’s Leadership in the Law event, Managing Partner Cristina Carvalho spoke on a Rising Stars panel “Steering A New Ship: Women’s Rise to Leadership in Law Firms.”
Arent Fox Sports Practice Group Leader Rich Brand was quoted in the Louisville Courier Journal on the forthcoming naming rights deal for the University of Louisville Cardinal Stadium.