APRIL 2022 — For your interest, here is a roundup of some of the media visibility and press mentions earned by our clients for their thought leadership on JD Supra during the last three months:
In National U.S. Media
- Seyfarth Shaw appeared in The Washington Post in How to help U.S. worker shortages? Fix legal immigration.
- Ervin Cohen & Jessup appeared in USA Today, in Our real-life guide to composting when you live in an apartment
- Bergeson & Campbell appeared in TIME, in The U.S. Military Might Never Be Sustainable
- ILN appeared in CNBC, in Wordle kind of rips off an old game show: A copyright lawyer explains why that’s OK
- Hirschfeld Kraemer appeared in Slate, in How Leakers Get Dealt With in Silicon Valley
- Polsinelli appeared in Slate, in One U.S. Circuit Court Is Breaking Every Rule in the Book to Push Its Radical Agenda
- Orrick appeared in Bloomberg Opinion, in AMC Bought a Gold Mine
- Opportune appeared in Bloomberg Opinion, in Nickel Is Canceled
- Goodwin appeared in Bloomberg Opinion, in Bribery Won’t Make You a Hero
- Ingram appeared in The Street, in Ready to Buy Virtual Real Estate in the Metaverse?
- Akin Gump appeared in Yahoo! Finance, in ‘Too many gaps’: Why the SEC is looking to update insider trading rules
- Troutman Pepper appeared in Yahoo! Finance, in Americans crowdfunding for medical debt is 'insane' — and inefficient, experts find
- Weintraub appeared in Smithsonian Magazine, in U.S. Copyright Office Rules A.I. Art Can't Be Copyrighted
- Holland & Knight appeared in Politico, in 55 Things You Need to Know About Ketanji Brown Jackson
- Ballard Spahr appeared in The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, in Red flags ignored as federal loans flew out the door
In Regional U.S. Media
- Fisher Phillips appeared in Houston Chronicle, in Gov. Abbott introduces 'Parental Bill of Rights' targeting Texas schools
- McGuireWoods appeared in NPR Kansas City, in A lawsuit says Oklahoma went too far in labeling requirements for food like Tofurky
- Jackson Lewis appeared in the Philadelphia Inquirer, in The federal government is scrutinizing worker classification rules and small businesses should be worried
- Mintz appeared in the Philadelphia Inquirer, in Local YouTube star pleads guilty in large-scale cable piracy case
- Orrick appeared in 5280 (Denver, Colorado), in One Year Review: Is Colorado’s Equal Pay for Equal Work Act Working?
- Morrison & Foerster appeared on the Sierra Club North Carolina website, in Green hydrogen: Part of NC's clean energy future?
- Burr & Forman appeared in Axios Charlotte, in Concerns linger as work stoppage at Panthers’ HQ drags on
- Proskauer appeared in Washington Technology, in The Labor Dept. wants to revise a Trump-era policy on handling of discrimination claims against contractors
- Bradley appeared in Mississippi Today, in As Mississippi cities opt out of medical marijuana, business hopefuls shut out
- ArentFox Schiff appeared in the Wisconsin Examiner, in Uber, DoorDash want lawmakers to guarantee their drivers aren’t employees
- Cultiva Law appeared in the Oregon Public Broadcasting site, in From glut to gloom, hemp farmers in Oregon face uncertain future
- Schnader appeared in Montana Free Press, in Health care worker vaccine mandate goes into effect
- Wendel Rosen appeared in Berkeleyside (California), in Downtown's tallest building: Developer pitches 25-story Berkeley high-rise
- Kohrman Jackson & Krantz appeared in the Dayton Daily News, in Ohio could greatly expand historic tax incentive program. Here’s what could happen.
- Bradley appeared in Cleveland.com, in Ohio second to last in percentage of nursing-home staff having completed the coronavirus vaccine
- Faegre Drinker appeared in ARLnow (Arlington, Virginia), in Statutes of Liberty: Refugee protection for Ukrainians, a comparative analysis
- McGlinchey appeared in The City (NY Digital News), in With Pandemic Pause Over, NYC’s Black Neighborhoods Brace for Foreclosures
- Freeman Law appeared in Syracuse.com, in Getting into the weeds of NY’s cannabis taxes
In International Media
- Dechert appeared in RTL News (Radio Television Luxembourg), in Poetin raken in de portemonnee: deze sancties kan het Westen opleggen
- Davies appeared in TVO (Ontario public media), in What issues will shape the Ontario election? Bet on these five
- Hogan Lovells appeared in Carnegie Europe, in Computers on Wheels: Automated Vehicles and Cybersecurity Risks in Europe
- King & Spalding appeared in the Bank of England website, in Under the western sky: the crypto frontier - speech by Carolyn A Wilkins
- Morgan Lewis appeared in Macau Daily Times, in From the Extraterritoriality Of Sanctions to the Power of European Citizens
- Faegre Drinker appeared in 7NEWS Australia, in Another country is moving to a four-day working week. So, should Australia be next?
- Hogan Lovells appeared in TRTWorld (Turkey), in Putting the brakes on our driverless future
In Niche Topic & Industry Media
- Vinson & Elkins appeared in IHS Markit/S&P Global, in US Securities and Exchange Commission climate-risk disclosure rule: possible impact
- Troutman Pepper appeared in CFO Dive, in Fast-tracked private letter rulings offer corporations respite from IRS delays
- Schwabe appeared in Government Executive, in Coronavirus Roundup: $60 Million Grants Awarded for Public Health AmeriCorps; DOD Consolidates COVID Guidance
- Eversheds Sutherland appeared in Government Technology, in What’s Next for Defending Critical Infrastructure?
- Cooley appeared in Engadget, in BitConnect founder indicted by Justice Department has disappeared (also syndicated to Yahoo! Finance)
- Blank Rome appeared in IGN (Ziff Davis gaming & media), in Activision Says It Failed To Hire Another Woman For Its Board Due To Microsoft Deal Complications
- Alston & Bird appeared in Techonomy, in Crypto: Finally Something We Can All Agree On?
- Dentons and Morgan Lewis both appeared in The CyberWire, in EDPB data transfer guidelines. Considerations of SEC disclosure regulations.
- White and Williams appeared in Seeking Alpha, in For 3M, Inertia May Be The Bigger Long-Term Threat
- White and Williams appeared in Business Insider, in American workers should make $27 an hour if minimum wage kept pace with productivity, an economist says
- Latham & Watkins appeared in The Business of Business, in Attention crooks: Here’s how money laundering is getting harder
- Woodruff Sawyer appeared in The Business of Business, in The other SPAC boom: lawsuits against sponsors surge as deals fizzle
- Hodgson Russ appeared in Cannabis Industry Journal, in The Great Social Experiment: Social Equity in New York
- Locke Lord appeared in the Employment Policies Institute's website Minimum Wage, in New Study: “Fair Work Week” Laws Force Employees To Go Part-Time
- TNG Consulting appeared in K-12 Dive, in Florida 'Don't Say Gay' bill could run afoul of Title IX
- Ervin Cohen & Jessup appeared in Econlife, in Where Recycling Organic Waste Became the Law
- Alston & Bird appeared in the Environmental Law Institute blog, in Carbon, Capture, and Storage: History, Current State, and Obstacles for the Future (Part 2)
- Pillsbury appeared in Utility Dive, in US senators express bipartisan support for hydrogen as states vie to become hydrogen 'hubs'
- Cozen O'Connor appeared in Medscape, in Non-compete Clauses: Don't Sign Until You Review This
- King & Spalding and MBHB both appeared in the Society of International Law & Policy website, in EXAMINING THE LEGALITY AND POTENTIAL IMPACTS OF THE TRIPS WAIVER PROPOSED BY INDIA AND SOUTH AFRICA
- Gibney appeared in the Bipartisan Policy Center site, in Proposed Immigration Changes to Increase STEM Competitiveness
- Hahn Loeser appeared in American Property Owners Alliance, in American Property Owners Alliance Supports Appeal of Ruling on Homeowners’ Use of Floor Plans
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