International and Complex Litigation partner Malcolm McNeil was recently appointed for another five-year term to the Beijing International Arbitration Commission.
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.
Health care providers increasingly seek advice from attorneys on navigating the distinct forms of self-disclosure to government agencies for regulatory missteps.
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.
Complex Litigation partner, Linda Jackson, was interviewed for an article titled, “OFCCP Awarded Access to Some Personal Contact Information at Google.”
New York attorney Eric Biderman was recently mentioned in an article by The Deal that discusses the implementation of new cybersecurity rules promulgated by the New York Department of Financial Services.
Legislation is moving forward that could potentially ease the penalties associated with alleged violations of the physician self-referral (Stark) law.
Arent Fox partner and national leader of the Health Care group Lowell Brown was quoted in the Modern Healthcare article, “C-suite pay raises target transformational healthcare leaders,” on executive compensation among health systems.
Arent Fox senior government relations advisor and former Congressman Phil English was quoted in The Wall Street Journal article, “Charities Coax Lawmakers to Rethink Tax Plan,” on the potential impact that GOP tax reform may have on the nonprofit industry.
Arent Fox former Senator and Congressman, respectively, discussed a newly released report that shows the benefits of group purchasing organizations on the cost of health care.
Kay Georgi Talks with Washington Lawyer About the Trump Administration’s Impact on International Trade
International Trade leader Kay Georgi spoke to Washington Lawyer about the impact the Trump Administration is having on companies with international supply chains.
Peter Zeidenberg Speaks to PBS News Hour About President Trump’s Alleged Dictation of Russia Statement
Arent Fox White Collar & Investigations partner Peter Zeidenberg spoke to PBS News Hour about President Donald Trump’s alleged involvement in a recent statement by Donald Trump Jr.
Arent Fox senior policy advisor and former US Senator Byron Dorgan (D-ND) weighed in on the upcoming tax reform debate in the Morning Consult article, “White House Calling for Tax Reform Consideration.”
Senior Land Use associate Frank Petrilli recently spoke with American Lawyer Media about the unique challenges that tech companies like Facebook and LinkedIn face as their business expands and their campuses must grow as well.
New York attorney Eric Biderman was recently mentioned in an article by The Deal that discusses a case in which the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Tennessee deemed a $2 million policy void because it lacked insurable interest.
Arent Fox White Collar & Investigations partner Peter Zeidenberg spoke to Bloomberg Law about Robert Mueller’s investigation into the alleged relationship between President Donald Trump’s campaign and Russia.
Arent Fox senior policy advisor and former US Senator Byron Dorgan (D-ND) was quoted in the The New York Times article, “Tax Reform, Reagan Style, May Be a Tougher fit for Trump.”
Health Care Partner Tom Jeffry and 44 other health care executives spoke to Becker’s Hospital Review about the key trends disrupting the traditional hospital and how institutions can prepare for the future.
David Barbash was quoted in an article on whether John Hancock could regain its independence after being owned by Manulife Financial Corp. for 13 years.
Earlier this week, Sports leader Richard Brand and associate Christina Campbell published an article with American Lawyer Media analyzing the recent uptick in naming rights transactions that is expanding beyond sports arenas and stadiums.