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Analysis Of Hunter Biden's Hard Drive Shows He, His firm Took In About $11 Million From 2013 To 2018, Spent It Fast
May 19, 2022 — NBC News
Related Professionals: Chuck Rosenberg

Ransomware Goes To Business School
May 18, 2022 — Slate
Related Professionals: Evan D. Wolff

Heading Upstream To The Social Determinants Of Health
May 18, 2022 — Managed Healthcare Executive
Related Professionals: Janet C. Walker

Irvington Mayor Offered Municipal Job In Exchange For Dropping Sex Harassment Suit
May 17, 2022 — NBC New York
Related Professionals: Chuck Rosenberg

Top 100 Lawyers 2022 – Jason Murray
May 17, 2022 — Los Angeles Business Journal
Related Professionals: Jason C. Murray

Editorial: 11th Circuit Court's Ruling Gives Too Much Power To Prosecutors
May 17, 2022 — Florida Today
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Related Professionals: Keith J. Harrison

Top 100 Lawyers 2022 – Renée Delphin-Rodriguez
May 16, 2022 — Los Angeles Business Journal
Related Professionals: Renée Delphin-Rodriguez

CVC Serious About Australia After $20bn Brambles Tilt
May 15, 2022 — The Australian
Related Professionals: Paul J. Pollock

Analysis: The Rise In US International Trade Commission Unfair Import Investigations
May 12, 2022 — Global Trade Review
Related Professionals: Joshua Pond

A Crypto-Libertarian Paradise Just Lost An Existential Battle With Honduras
May 11, 2022 — Rest Of World
Related Professionals: Ian A. Laird

Private-Equity Firms Hunt For Deals In Disrupted Supply Chains
May 9, 2022 — Wall Street Journal
Related Professionals: Paul J. Pollock

When Agencies Should Settle For Less: Brand Name Bid Protests
May 9, 2022 — Bloomberg Law
Related Professionals: Cherie J. Owen

Man Released After Serving 32 Years Behind Bars May Go Back to Prison
May 6, 2022 — Law&Crime: Brian Ross Investigation
Related Professionals: Keith J. Harrison

Crowell & Moring gains experienced brand protection litigator Jason Stiehl in Chicago
May 6, 2022 — The Trademark Lawyer

Florida Man Could Be Sent Back To Prison After Conviction Reversal
May 5, 2022 — Washington Times
Related Professionals: Keith J. Harrison

Crowell & Moring's 14-Year Fight To Free Crosley Green Hinges On 11th Circuit Appeal
May 4, 2022 — The American Lawyer

Climate Terms In Permit Rule To Add Delays, Energy Lawyers Say
May 4, 2022 — Bloomberg Law
Related Professionals: Byron R. Brown

Investing In Energy Efficiency Is Gaining Momentum
May 3, 2022 — Infrastructure Investor
Related Professionals: Robin Baillie

Biden’s Environmental Civil Rights Effort Wrestles With Caseload
May 3, 2022 — Bloomberg Law
Related Professionals: Byron R. Brown

Ex-Death Row Inmate Tries To Stop Prison Return Through Appeals Court Judgment
May 2, 2022 — Washington Examiner

‘Travesty of Justice’: Florida Black Man Freed After 32 Years May Have to Return To Prison After Court Reverses Ruling Overturning His Conviction
May 2, 2022 — Atlanta Black Star
Related Professionals: Keith J. Harrison

U.S. Trade Strategy And The Indo-Pacific Economic Framework
April 29, 2022 — The National Bureau of Asian Research
Related Professionals: Robert Holleyman

DC Law Firms Poised For Consistent Growth In 2022 And Beyond
April 29, 2022 — The National Law Journal
Related Professionals: Philip T. Inglima

Refresh Anti-Harassment Training Following Law Barring Mandatory Arbitration
April 29, 2022 — SHRM Online
Related Professionals: Preston L. Pugh

Crosley Green And His Lawyers To Outline Plan For His Freedom This Afternoon
April 27, 2022 — Florida Today

A Federal Appeals Court Says Crosley Green's Disputed Murder Conviction Can Stand, But The 64-year-Old Has No Intention Of Giving Up The Fight
April 27, 2022 — CNN

A Brevard Man Spent 32 Years Behind Bars. Now A Deadline Looms That Could Send Him Back To Prison
April 27, 2022 — WESH 2-NBC
Related Professionals: Keith J. Harrison

Cash-Strapped Chapter 7 Debtors Get Lift In New Ruling Over Fees
April 27, 2022 — Bloomberg Law
Related Professionals: Monique D. Almy

Attorney: 'The State Cheated To Convict Crosley Green' In Titusville Murder Case
April 27, 2022 — Florida Today

Man Freed After Nearly 30 Years On Death Row Could Return To Prison
April 27, 2022 — FOX 35 Orlando
Related Professionals: Jeane A. Thomas, CIPP/E

Black Fla. Man Fights To Stay Out Of Prison, Mpls PD's Race-Based Policing, Twitter & Free Speech (Webcast)
April 27, 2022 — Roland Martin Unfiltered
Related Professionals: Keith J. Harrison

Energy Groups Ask Court To Revive $500M Power Line Project
April 27, 2022 — Law360
Related Professionals: David Chung

Man Who Had Murder Conviction Overturned May Have To Go Back To Prison
April 26, 2022 — CBS News
Related Professionals: Keith J. Harrison

How These Mentoring GCs Help Diverse Associates Stand Out
April 26, 2022 — Law360

In Westlaw-ROSS Litigation, Judge Allows ROSS’s Antitrust Case To Move Forward, But Tosses ‘Sham Litigation’ Claim
April 26, 2022 — LawSites

PTAB Trims Pair Of Liquid Air Freshener Patents
April 25, 2022 — Law360
Related Professionals: Joshua Pond

Continuing To Do Business In Russia Carries Risks, But So Does Decoupling, Lawyers Say
April 25, 2022 — Export Compliance Daily

Sanctions Threaten To Cripple Russia’s Multibillion-Dollar Crypto Industry
April 22, 2022 — CNBC
Related Professionals: Anand Sithian

Russia Sanctions Led American Express To Cut Financial Lifeline In Ukraine
April 22, 2022 — Wall Street Journal
Related Professionals: Robert Clifton Burns

Sanctioning An Ether Address Isn't Stopping Transactions
April 22, 2022 — CoinDesk
Related Professionals: Anand Sithian

IP Hires: Husch Blackwell, Gibson Dunn, Irell & Manella
April 22, 2022 — Law360
Related Professionals: Howard Michael, Jason Stiehl

ITC Clears Path For Costly Duties On Chinese Snowblowers
April 22, 2022 — Law360

Billions In Federal Spending Guided By Prevailing Wage Rules
April 22, 2022 — Law360
Related Professionals: Eric Su

News Digest
April 22, 2022 — World Trademark Review
Related Professionals: Philip T. Inglima, Jason Stiehl

With Arrival Of Loeb Litigator, Crowell Continues Chicago Buildout
April 21, 2022 — American Lawyer
Related Professionals: Philip T. Inglima, Jason Stiehl

Crowell Continues Chicago Expansion With Loeb & Loeb Partner Pickup
April 21, 2022 — Reuters
Related Professionals: Jason Stiehl

Crowell & Moring Boosts Chicago Base With Litigation Partner
April 21, 2022 — Law360
Related Professionals: Philip T. Inglima, Jason Stiehl

Wake-Up Call: Laterals, Moves, In-house
April 21, 2022 — Bloomberg Law
Related Professionals: Jason Stiehl

Top Intellectual Property Lawyers 2022: Gabe Ramsey
April 20, 2022 — The Daily Journal
Related Professionals: Gabriel M. Ramsey

Women Of Influence: Attorneys – Nicole Janigian Simonian
April 20, 2022 — Los Angeles Business Journal
Related Professionals: Nicole Janigian Simonian

Women Of Influence: Attorneys -Renee Delphin-Rodriguez
April 18, 2022 — Los Angeles Business Journal
Related Professionals: Renée Delphin-Rodriguez

TTAB Decision Reminds Brand Owners To Watch Their Words
April 14, 2022 — Law360
Related Professionals: Preetha Chakrabarti

Checking Job Applications: 'Mystery Calls Become Effective Against Discrimination In The Labor Market'
April 13, 2022 — Trends
Related Professionals: Evelien Jamaels

Trade Groups Object To Revoking TSCA Inventory Corrections Guidance
April 13, 2022 — Chemical Watch
Related Professionals: Michael Boucher

Wis. Justices Told Biz Insured For 'Short Term' Virus Closures
April 12, 2022 — Law360
Related Professionals: Laura Foggan

AI For Fraud Detection
April 11, 2022 — Managed Healthcare Executive
Related Professionals: Jodi G. Daniel

New Sustainability Disclosure Standards Expected By Year’s End
April 8, 2022 — Agenda
Related Professionals: Elizabeth B. Dawson

How China And Others Can Navigate Between Our Sanctions
April 7, 2022 — De Standaard
Related Professionals: Vassilis Akritidis

Gilead Says Aetna Must Litigate Its HIV Drug Suit In Fed Court
April 7, 2022 — Law360
Related Professionals: Daniel A. Sasse, Tiffanie McDowell

Contractors Feel Impact Of Russia Trade Disruptions
April 6, 2022 — Law360
Related Professionals: Robert J. Sneckenberg

Investor Claims Over Russian Nationalization Won't Be Easy
April 5, 2022 — Law360
Related Professionals: Ian A. Laird

On The Bubble: The Year In Review And What’s In Store For 2022
April 5, 2022 — ABF Journal

ABF Journal speaks with New York partner Rick Hyman about 2021 being slower than anticipated for many restructuring professionals due to support from the federal government, unending liquidity from private lenders, and a further decline in interest rates. Hyman explains the ways in which the general economic recovery in 2022 may ironically correspond with an uptick in restructuring work.

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Related Professionals: Frederick (Rick) Hyman

'The Career Gap Really Arises From The Moment Children Come Along'
April 1, 2022 — De Tijd
Related Professionals: Thomas De Meese

Labor of Law: How Can Companies Pay Employees in Russia?
March 31, 2022 — Law.com

Law.com* speaks with senior counsel Clif Burns about the challenges companies are facing when closing down branches in Russia with a considerable number of American employees. According to Burns, companies don’t want to start closing down operations while Americans are there and risk their arrest, and several strategies have been developed for paying Russia-based employees.

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Related Professionals: Robert Clifton Burns

‘Unflappable’ D.C. U.S. Attorney Takes Charge At Perilous Political Moment
March 30, 2022 — The National Law Journal
Related Professionals: Michael K. Atkinson

'Don't Blindly Rely on the Algorithms': How Firms Can Limit Liability Amid AI Explosion
March 30, 2022 — Corporate Counsel

Corporate Counsel speaks with San Francisco partner Kristin Madigan, who observes that when in-house counsel hear the phrase ‘AI’ or ‘algorithms,’ it’s a signal that this is a product or tool that requires further scrutiny and that AI tool providers also want to make sure their products are used as they intended.

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Related Professionals: Kristin J. Madigan, CIPP/US

SEC Climate Plan ‘Scenario Analysis’ Provision Draws Criticism
March 30, 2022 — Bloomberg Law
Related Professionals: Elizabeth B. Dawson


1/6 Cmte. Recommends Contempt Charges (video clip)
March 29, 2022 — MSNBC
Related Professionals: Chuck Rosenberg

SCOTUS To Examine Fair Use In Warhol ‘Prince Series’ Case
March 29, 2022 — World IP Review
Related Professionals: Preetha Chakrabarti

Crowell Sees Strongest Revenue In Firm History Amid Year Of Expansion
March 29, 2022 — The American Lawyer

The American Lawyer features Crowell’s 2021 revenues, which are the strongest in its history and achieved during a year of unprecedented expansion for the firm. Crowell’s total headcount grew from 465 to 546 in 2021. During the past decade, firm revenue has increased 57.1 percent. “[2021] was a year where we exceed our own expectations,” said firm chair Phil Inglima.

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Related Professionals: Philip T. Inglima

Why Biden’s Calls For $1M Fines, CMS Survey Funding Boost Could Put Some Nursing Homes In Peril
March 29, 2022 — Skilled Nursing News
Related Professionals: Brian McGovern

‘It’s All Starting Now’: Crowell’s Ian Laird On The Commercial Disputes Likely To Result From Russia’s Invasion Of Ukraine
March 29, 2022 — The AMLaw Litigation Daily

The Am Law Litigation Daily features a Q&A with partner Ian Laird, co-chair of the International Dispute Resolution Group. Laird discusses how events unfurling on a daily basis will form the foundation for what evolves and develops over the next five-to-ten years, and the need for those affected by the invasion to determine where they fit into the developing landscape of legal disputes.

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Related Professionals: Ian A. Laird

Judge's "Felony" Statement Changes Little For Trump
March 28, 2022 — Axios
Related Professionals: Chuck Rosenberg

What Russian Sanctions Mean For Fashion
March 28, 2022 — Business of Fashion
Related Professionals: Caroline E. Brown


Warhol Case Appeal Reignites Fair Use Debate After Google
March 28, 2022 — Law360
Related Professionals: Preetha Chakrabarti

Experts Optimistic, Though Wary, Toward Privacy Shield Successor
March 25, 2022 — Compliance Week
Related Professionals: Maarten Stassen

EPA’s Goffman Faces Narrow Confirmation Path, Amid Climate Battles
March 24, 2022 — Climate Extra
Related Professionals: Robert Meyers

EPA’s Goffman Faces Narrow Confirmation Path, Amid Climate Battles
March 24, 2022 — Inside EPA
Related Professionals: Robert Meyers

Russia Sanctions Are On A Completely Different Level From Iran, North Korea, Venezuela
March 24, 2022 — Insurance Marine News
Related Professionals: Michelle J. Linderman

Abolishing TSCA Corrections Process Raises Enforcement Concerns
March 24, 2022 — Chemical Watch
Related Professionals: Michael Boucher


FTC Secures Victory At Third Circuit In Hospital Merger Challenge
March 23, 2022 — Global Competition Review
Related Professionals: Alexis J. Gilman

International Arbitration Experts Discuss Recent Court Decisions
March 22, 2022 — Mealey's International Arbitration
Related Professionals: John Laird

States Often First In Crypto Enforcement, Leaving Feds To Follow
March 22, 2022 — Roll Call
Related Professionals: Carlton Greene

Devil In The Details: Inside The Government’s Push For Nursing Home Financial Transparency
March 22, 2022 — Skilled Nursing News
Related Professionals: Brian McGovern

A Stitch In Time: Untangling H&M v Unicolors
March 17, 2022 — World Intellectual Property Review
Related Professionals: Preetha Chakrabarti

U.S. Sanctions Lawyers Are Busier Than Ever. Here's What Clients Want To Know
March 17, 2022 — Reuters
Related Professionals: Caroline E. Brown

Life After COVID – What Is Next For Medical Device Companies?
March 17, 2022 — Med-Tech News
Related Professionals: John Fuson, Andrew D. Kaplan

New York Playbook – March 16, 2022
March 16, 2022 — POLITICO
Related Professionals: David (Dj) Wolff

Confiscating A Russian Oligarch’s Luxury Condo Requires Much More Than Political Bluster
March 15, 2022 — POLITICO
Related Professionals: David (Dj) Wolff

When Does Military Leave Have to Be Paid?
March 14, 2022 — SHRM Online
Related Professionals: Christine B. Hawes

Law Firms Scramble To Keep Pace With Unprecedented Russian Sanctions
March 14, 2022 — ABA Journal
Related Professionals: Caroline E. Brown

News Of IRS Hiring Blitz Universally Praised
March 14, 2022 — Tax Notes
Related Professionals: Carina C. Federico

Girardi Keese Finances May Take Years, And Luck, To Unravel
March 14, 2022 — Law360
Related Professionals: Derek A. Hahn, Thomas A. Hanusik

Garland Blends Outreach With Restraint To Build Justice Morale
March 11, 2022 — Bloomberg Law
Related Professionals: Thomas A. Lorenzen

Oil And Gas Companies Are Looking At A Bonanza From The Ukraine War
March 10, 2022 — The Guardian
Related Professionals: Robin Baillie

How Putin Plans To Strike Back Against The West's Sanctions
March 10, 2022 — The Telegraph
Related Professionals: Michelle J. Linderman

Former Fox Director Indictment Illustrates DOJ’s Tough Approach To Russia Sanctions
March 10, 2022 — Global Investigations Review
Related Professionals: Anand Sithian