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January 26, 2021, The National Law Journal

Beth Brinkmann spoke with The National Law Journal about her previous role as Deputy Assistant Attorney General in the U.S. Department of Justice, Civil Division where she oversaw the Division’s nationwide appellate litigation. Ms. Brinkmann explained that, “The job provides the opportunity to represent countless federal agencies and officials and to handle a ...

January 25, 2021, PodBean

Ben Haley appeared on the ARC Insider podcast to share his insights on the impact of the U.S. Presidential election on Africa.

January 14, 2021, Law360

William Massey is quoted in Law360 regarding expectations of the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission under a Biden Administration. Mr. Massey says, “I would expect the Democrats to ask FERC to take a somewhat more assertive role in taking greenhouse gas emissions into account in certificating pipelines and structuring the wholesale markets, and respecting state ...

January 9, 2021, RTE

Maree Gallagher spoke with RTE about food exports under the EU-UK Trade and Cooperation Agreement. Ms. Gallagher says, “The rules of origin are key to international trade. Where does something originate? The way you determine the origin of a product is where the last substantial process happened.” She adds, “If you're sending cheese to Donnybrook Fair or ...