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July 13, 2020, Law360

Dustin Cho has been named a Law360 Rising Star in Insurance.

July 10, 2020, Law360

Ashley Simonsen has been named a Law360 Rising Star in Banking.

July 6, 2020, Law360

Sean Akins has been named a Law360 Rising Star in Tax.

July 3, 2020, Intellectual Property Magazine

Beth Brinkmann appeared on Intellectual Property Magazine’s podcast to discuss the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit’s ruling in Arthrex v. Smith & Nephew. The court determined that the appointment of administrative patent judges by the Secretary of Commerce was unconstitutional.

June 25, 2020, Financial Times

Horst Henschen is quoted in the Financial Times regarding Germany’s investment into CureVac, a biopharmaceutical company attempting to find a COVID-19 vaccine. Mr. Henschen says, “Kuka was the trigger, but it’s a general policy shift. Ten years ago, Germany, an export country, was very much for globalization and no one thought of introducing hurdles. The shift ...

June 23, 2020, Law360

Gerald Hodgkins is quoted in Law360 regarding the U.S. Supreme Court’s opinion in Liu v. SEC, which determined that the SEC can obtain disgorgement through enforcement actions in district courts as a form of equitable relief. Mr. Hodgkins says the regulator's current practice of seeking a tippee's profits from a tipper in insider trading cases likely won't fly ...

June 22, 2020, Global Competition Review

James Marshall spoke with Global Competition Review about a new law in the UK that will review and block foreign takeovers that would otherwise threaten its ability to deal with public health emergencies. Mr. Marshall says the proposals “reflect a rapid uptick in foreign investment control across Europe” since the start of the coronavirus pandemic.

June 22, 2020, Bloomberg Law

Kayleigh Scalzo is quoted in Bloomberg Law regarding the decision by losing bidders for federal contracts  not to protest COVID-19 contract awards in court or before the agency responsible for ensuring contract integrity. According to Ms. Scalzo, staying on the good side of the federal agencies that many contractors have long-term relationships with may explain, ...

June 20, 2020, The Economist

Eric Carlson spoke with The Economist about the legal implications of the widespread use of company chops in China. On the potential for disputes involving company chops in China, Mr. Carlson says, “managers sometimes misuse seals to enter side contracts. Lawsuits to reclaim a chop can drag on, so many cases are resolved out of court. But technology is catching ...