Senior Associate Frank Petrilli recently spoke with Fortune about General Motors’ plans to introduce an autonomous ride-sharing service to several big cities in 2019.
Automotive practice group chair Aaron Jacoby recently spoke with the Los Angeles Times about how as the year draws to a close, new car sales for 2017 have been marked by demand for SUVs rising to unprecedented heights, while interest in traditional passenger cars has plummeted.
Automotive Practice leader Aaron Jacoby recently spoke with the Los Angeles Times about how online auto transactions could ease the pain of buying a car if dealers and other industry players hop on board.
Arent Fox Health Care Partner David Greenberg recently published an article in Bloomberg Law discussing health care reform, specifically focusing on the Medicaid program and how innovations currently in place in Indiana may serve as the model for Medicaid reform.
As tax legislation made headlines in recent weeks, Arent Fox senior policy advisor and former US Senator Byron Dorgan (D-ND) weighed in with an op-ed in The Hill.
Arent Fox senior government relations advisor Phil English weighed in on the ongoing discussion regarding the fate of the tax credit for the development of drugs for rare diseases, also known as orphan drugs.
Automotive practice group chair, Aaron Jacoby recently spoke with San Fernando Valley Business Journal about several topics pertaining to autonomous vehicles, including how a small company located in Northridge, CA is developing a “black box” for the autonomous or driverless vehicle market.
In the midst of a tense political climate, Senator Jeff Flake (R-AZ) announced his retirement today in a poignant speech on the Senate floor, making him the second Republican senator to make such an announcement in recent weeks.
Representative Pat Tiberi (R-OH) is the seventh GOP Congressman on the House Ways and Means Committee to announce retirement in recent months. According to the article, there are two possible explanations for the recently announced departures.
Representative Pat Tiberi (R-OH) is the most recent Republican who has announced he will not seek another term and will instead move to the private sector. He is the seventh member of the House Ways and Means Committee to make such an announcement, with four (including Tiberi) retiring and three lea
When the National Bioengineered Food Disclosure Standard was signed into law last year, it represented the culmination of an extended period of regulatory and legislative activity on food labeling issues.
New York attorney Eric Biderman was mentioned in an article by the American Express Open Forum regarding new cybersecurity tools that business should be aware of. In honor of National Cyber Security Awareness Month, the article discusses 5 new cybersecurity tools for businesses to take advantage of.
On October 11, New York attorney Cesar Francia was featured in #NBCLatino20 which honors achievers who strive to make our communities and our nation a better place.
New York attorney Eric Biderman was recently mentioned in an article by The Deal that discusses the extension small covered entities will get to file limited exemption notices to meet the new New York Department of Financial Services’ cybersecurity rules.
New York attorney Eric Biderman recently spoke with The Deal about an article regarding Florida’s new settlement law. While the new law has been praised by the market’s largest trade group as a victory for consumers, many believe that it may actually be hurting the market.
International and Complex Litigation partner Malcolm McNeil was recently appointed for another five-year term to the Beijing International Arbitration Commission.
Beginning October 1, 2017, ANDA user fees will jump in price. If an ANDA is submitted on September 30, the price is just over $70,000. Submitting a day later on October 1 will cost nearly $172,000.
Health care providers increasingly seek advice from attorneys on navigating the distinct forms of self-disclosure to government agencies for regulatory missteps.
The year 1986 was the last time meaningful tax reform happened in recent US history. Arent Fox senior policy advisor and former Senator Byron Dorgan (D-ND) was on the House Ways and Means Committee at that time.
Morning Consult recently conducted a poll for the Bloomberg Global Business Forum asking Americans for their reaction to free trade expansion. According to the results, more than half (52%) of those polled said they support the expansion of international free trade while 25% opposed it.
Tax reform has been a popular topic of discussion since the current administration took office. Arent Fox senior policy advisor Senator Byron Dorgan played a pivotal role the last time major tax reform was negotiated in 1986.