The US Court of Appeals for the DC Circuit held that EPA’s interpretation that emissions controls under Section 111 of the Clean Air Act must be limited to those that can be applied “at” and “to” a stationary source was inconsistent with the Clean Air Act....

In a scenario that has played out across the country for nearly a year now, a group of restaurants based in Ohio were ordered by government authorities to close their on-site dining operations to abate the spread of the coronavirus.

This post summarizes some of the significant developments in the Northern District of Texas and the Eastern District of Texas for the month of December 2020. Uniloc 2017 LLC v. Google LLC, No. 2:18-cv-00493-JRG-RSP (E.D. Tex. Dec. 14, 2020), Dkt. No.

Domestic preference rules are set to change again, as just recently (January 25, 2021), President Biden continued his series of first-week Executive Orders with a new Order on Ensuring the Future Is Made in All of America by All of America’s Workers....

In the recent case of Granite Construction Co., ASBCA 62281, the Armed Services Board of Contract Appeals granted partial summary judgment to a contractor that sought delay damages under FAR 52.242-14, Suspension of Work—overcoming the Government's argument that the delays were contemplated under

The Department of Justice recently followed through on its stated intent to bring criminal actions against companies and individuals for alleged anticompetitive employment practices.

The Delaware Court of Chancery’s docket exploded with expedited “broken” deal litigation in 2020, driven by the impact of COVID-19.

On December 24, 2020, the Federal Court issued a decision in a patent infringement action pursuant to s. 6(1) of the Patented Medicines (Notice of Compliance) Regulations relating to silodosin (Allergan’s RAPAFLO): Allergan Inc v Sandoz Canada Inc, 2020 FC 1189.