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September, The Journal of Robotics, Artificial Intelligence & Law

July 19, 2019, Inside Energy & Environment

FERC has streamlined its rules so that generators in the organized markets operated by Regional Transmission Organizations (RTOs) and Independent System Operators (ISOs) no longer need to demonstrate a lack of horizontal market power in order to charge flexible market-based rates.  Instead, FERC will rely on existing market monitoring and mitigation measures in ...

July 18, 2019, Inside Tech Media

Federal and state policymakers continued to focus on artificial intelligence (“AI”) and the Internet of Things (“IoT”) in the second quarter of 2019, including by introducing both substantive measures that would regulate the use of the technology and by supporting funding bills aimed at increasing investment. In our second AI & IoT Quarterly Legislative ...

July 18, 2019, Global Policy Watch

A court in the Netherlands, an international research collective, and a daring Ukrainian operation have brought an international tragedy back to the headlines while providing a case study on new legal and political realities of the 21st century.  On July 17, 2014, a Malaysia Airlines Boeing 777 exploded in the skies of eastern Ukraine, killing...… Continue ...

July 18, 2019, Global Policy Watch

The House of Representatives passed its version of the FY2020 National Defense Authorization Act (“NDAA”) last week.  The headline story was the remarkably close, party-line vote: in contrast to past years, the bill received no Republican votes, and eight Democratic Members voted against it. Those partisan dynamics obscured the inclusion of two important ...

July 18, 2019, Inside Government Contracts

The House of Representatives passed its version of the FY2020 National Defense Authorization Act (“NDAA”) last week.  The headline story was the remarkably close, party-line vote: in contrast to past years, the bill received no Republican votes, and eight Democratic Members voted against it. Those partisan dynamics obscured the inclusion of two important ...

July 17, 2019, Tax Withholding & Reporting Blog

On July 10, the IRS updated the Instructions for Form 8975 and Schedule A (Form 8975).  Form 8975 (Country-by-Country Report) is used by taxpayers that are the parent entity of a U.S. multinational enterprise (“U.S. MNE”) with annual revenue of $850 million or more.  Taxpayers must file Form 8975 to report information related to the taxpayer’s...… Continue ...

July 17, 2019, Inside Privacy

On July 12, 2019, the European Data Protection Board (“EDPB”) and the European Data Protection Supervisor (“EDPS”) issued a joint opinion on the processing of patient data and the role of the European Commission within the eHealth Digital Service Infrastructure (“eHDSI”). Background The eHDSI system was established in the context of the eHealth Network.  The...… ...

July 17, 2019, Global Policy Watch

After the election of the new European Parliament on May 24-26, the European Council met three times to discuss the package of appointments of EU’s new leaders (see our blog ‘elections and appointments in the European Union’ …) . The white smoke came on Tuesday July 2 with the selection of new presidents for the...… Continue Reading

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