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State Department Asks University Boards to Divest Holdings in the People’s Republic of China (PRC) and Prevent “Foreign Influence” on University Programs

China, USA - August 20 2020 On Tuesday, August 18, 2020, the Under Secretary of State for Economic Growth, Energy and the Environment, Keith Krach, released a letter to the…

Senate Introduces the “Safeguarding American Innovation Act,” Targeting Foreign Influence and Unreported Foreign Ties in Research

USA - June 24 2020 Last Thursday, June 18, a long-awaited, bipartisan bill to address the federal government's concerns about "foreign influence" in research, the…

Christina A. Ravelo, Elizabeth King, Gideon Zvi Palte, Matthew Colin, Richard A. Harris, II, Valerie H. Bonham.

Accessing New Research Funding Opportunities During and After COVID-19

USA - May 7 2020 As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to strain research operations, the federal government is responding with flexibilities for funding applicants and…

Christina A. Ravelo, David Peloquin, Elana Bengualid Harary, Valerie H. Bonham.

Going Back to Work: Employer Use of “Apps” on Employee PDAs/Smart Phones for COVID-19 Contact Tracing

USA - May 1 2020 As new cases of COVID-19 begin to plateau and decline in some places, governors, municipalities, retailers, employers, and others are considering…

Edward R. McNicholas, Fran Faircloth, Josiah Irvin, Megan Bisk, Samantha M. Brennan, Sarah Blumenthal, Stephanie A. Bruce.

Phasing-In: Use of COVID-19 Testing as a “Return to Work” Strategy

USA - April 29 2020 As “stay-at-home” orders approach expiration or are lifted, it appears that a return to the workplace through “phasing-in” is rapidly approaching…

David Peloquin, Deborah Gersh, Douglas Brayley, Megan Bisk, Timothy M. McCrystal.