In an opinion article recently published in The Huffington Post, Arent Fox Senior Policy Advisor Senator Byron Dorgan comments on the choice President-elect Trump faces in normalizing or rolling back US diplomatic relations with Cuba.
Former Representative (R-PA) and Arent Fox Senior Government Relations Advisor Phil English was quoted in the article “Trump Win Gives China Keys to Asian Economic Integration” in the Financial Times.
A challenge to the environmental review of a planned housing development in San Francisco’s Mission District was unanimously upheld last week, shocking city officials and housing advocates.
Arent Fox partner and Government Relations practice group leader Jon Bouker participated in a discussion with a group of political observers.
In an opinion piece recently published in The Hill, Arent Fox Senior Policy Advisor Sen. Byron Dorgan comments on the subject of the US infrastructure in light of President-elect Trump’s recent remarks on rebuilding it.
Health Care partner Linda Baumann was quoted in the article "Medicare to Closely Review Nursing Home, Psychiatric Payments" in Bloomberg BNA's Health Care Daily Report.
New York counsel Eric Biderman and James Westerlind were recently asked by the American Express Open Forum to provide their insights into the growing sophistication of cyberattacks.
In an opinion piece for Vox, partner Peter Zeidenberg wrote that FBI Director James Comey’s decision to inform Congress that he was, essentially, reopening the FBI’s investigation regarding Hillary Clinton’s use of a private email server was a mistake.
Naming rights are not just for major leagues – now universities, training facilities, minor leagues, and even non-sports properties are considering selling these rights.
On October 19, the United Nations hosted at its headquarters in New York an exclusive premiere of “The Uncondemned” in advance of the film’s US release.
Latin Lawyer featured work by partners Hunter Carter, Lee Caplan, and Timothy Feighery and associate Cesar Francia after they helped liberate a Peruvian farmers’ cooperative from a $2.6 million arbitration award brought by commodity trader Transmar Commodity Group. 
In a controversial project on the Bay Area peninsula, a 684-acre Baylands site that has been seeking approvals for a massive development plan is back in the spotlight as tensions rise over the details of the mixed-use site.
In Compliance Today, Arent Fox Health Care partner and leader of the DC practice Linda Baumann and Health Care associates Samuel Cohen and Hillary Stemple discuss the updated criteria that the US Department of Health and Human Services Office of Inspector General (OIG).
Bankruptcy Partner George Angelich was recently quoted by Turnarounds & Workouts for an article that focuses on product liability claims and debtors’ protection.
Franchise valuations in today’s sports market continue to rise, and in the NFL, new stadiums – and new hometowns – are playing a major role, as covered by the San Francisco Business Times.
Partner Hunter Carter was quoted in an article for the Washington Blade after Chilean President Michelle Bachelet discussed her plan to pass bills that would legalize same-sex marriage and allow transgender persons to change their name and gender without surgery or a court order.  
In a wide-ranging interview with Forbes, Managing Partner Cristina Carvalho touched on a number of topics, including Arent Fox’s strategic goals, gender pay equity, and the day-to-day responsibilities that comes with balancing the job of managing partner, while running a top legal practice.
Republicans from the Senate Finance Committee and House Energy and Commerce Commitee issued two letters this month to the Health and Human Services Office of Inspector General (HHS OIG) to review EpiPen’s status within the Medicaid drug rebate program.
Opposition to development follows the economic cycle.
Vermont has published the first list of pharmaceutical products for which manufacturers are required to submit annual price transparency reports.
Arent Fox, serving as class counsel along with co-counsel from the AARP Foundation Litigation and University Legal Services, will be arguing on behalf of thousands of DC-area nursing home residents in a case covered by The Washington Post.
The Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) released  final regulations on the new federal civil monetary penalties (CMPs) that have been adjusted/increased to reflect inflation.
Intellectual Property partner Pamela M. Deese talked with Raugust Communications about emojis and licensing.