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Biden's Win Means Big Business For BigLaw
November 7, 2020 — Law360
Featured Professionals: James G. Flood

Superfund Cleanup Deals Could Get Trickier After Federal Memo
September 17, 2020 — Bloomberg Law
Featured Professionals: Elliott P. Laws, Amanda Shafer Berman

Trump Veterans Flock To K Street Despite 'Drain The Swamp' Vow
July 8, 2020 — Politico
Featured Professionals: Byron R. Brown

The Hill's Top Lobbyists 2019
December 12, 2019 — The Hill
Featured Professionals: James G. Flood

Annual MHA Summit Highlights Tech Innovation, Drug Pricing Models
March 27, 2019 — Specialty Pharmacy Times
Featured Professionals: James G. Flood, W. Scott Douglas

Public Policy Issues Pharmacists Should Watch
May 22, 2018 — Pharmacy Times
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Featured Professionals: James G. Flood

How Pharmacists Can Be Political Advocates for the Profession
May 22, 2018 — Pharmacy Times
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Featured Professionals: W. Scott Douglas

The Challenges of Passing Provider Status Legislation
May 22, 2018 — Pharmacy Times
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Featured Professionals: W. Scott Douglas

The State of Provider Status Legislation
May 22, 2018 — Pharmacy Times
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Featured Professionals: W. Scott Douglas

5 Key Questions As ACA Repeal Hangs By Thread
July 18, 2017 — Law360
Featured Professionals: W. Scott Douglas

Compromise is the Key to Moving Forward After Trump's First 100 Days
April 24, 2017 — The Hill
Featured Professionals: James G. Flood, W. Scott Douglas

The 24 Firms GCs Love the Most
June 28, 2016 — Law360

Kenneth Feinberg Named to Lead Terrorism Compensation Fund
March 30, 2016 — The New York Times
Featured Professionals: James G. Flood

How HIPAA Myths Block Data Exchange
October 28, 2015 — HealthcareInfoSecurity
Featured Professionals: Jodi G. Daniel

Former ONC Policy Director Jodi Daniel Reflects on Her Government Tenure, Looks at Future of Health IT Landscape
October 27, 2015 — Healthcare Informatics
Featured Professionals: Jodi G. Daniel

Does Washington Understand Implementing Its Health IT Policies?
October 21, 2015 — POLITICO Pro
Featured Professionals: Jodi G. Daniel

Q&A: Ex-ONC Policy Director Jodi Daniel
October 20, 2015 — POLITICO Pro
Featured Professionals: Jodi G. Daniel

Appeals Court Blocks Obama’s Attempt to Expand EPA Reach Over Wetlands
October 9, 2015 — Forbes
Featured Professionals: Thomas A. Lorenzen

Air Pollution: Former DOJ Environment Official Lorenzen Dissects D.C. Circuit’s CSAPR Ruling
July 30, 2015 — E&E News TV

Washington, D.C.-based Environment & Natural Resources Group partner, Thomas A. Lorenzen, speaks to E&E News TV host Monica Trauzzi regarding the implications of the D.C. Circuit Court’s ruling on Cross-State Air Pollution Rule (CSAPR). Lorenzen stated, "What the D.C. Circuit held yesterday is that certain states were being overregulated because the emission reductions required were more than necessary to get to attainment in all the linked downwind states." He added, "The agency's going to have to go back now and think about how you calculate goals for each of these affected states, and what that then does to the goals that are set for other states."

Featured Professionals: Thomas A. Lorenzen

Utilities Win Big As Supreme Court Orders EPA to Consider Cost in Regs
June 29, 2015 — Forbes

Thomas A. Lorenzen, a Washington, D.C.-based Environment & Natural Resources partner, discusses with Forbes the impact of the U.S. Supreme Court's recent decision in Michigan v. EPA, which rejected the Obama administration's stance that the EPA need not consider costs when it determines that a utility pollutant must be regulated. The case, considered a challenge by the utility industry and 23 states whose electricity rates would likely rise if coal-fired power plants close, will now return to the D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals. "It means that EPA can really no longer take any comfort in the fact there is a Chevron doctrine out there," Lorenzen said. "The courts are going to look skeptically" at regulations that have a major effect on the economy, he said. Lorenzen was also quoted in  Bloomberg, Bloomberg BNA, Congressional Quarterly, Financial TimesLaw360, and Greenwire for his analysis of this high-profile ruling.

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Featured Professionals: Thomas A. Lorenzen