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The evolving climates in the US and UK for environmental damage claims

United Kingdom, USA - December 13 2022 The November 2022 United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (COP27) spotlighted the political and diplomatic challenges of compensating…

Sym Hunt, Bruce Macaulay, Andrew M. Parks, Cormac Ruiz

Fifth Circuit Holds SEC Proceeding Brought in Agency’s In-House Court Unconstitutional

USA - May 20 2022 On May 18, 2022, in Jarkesy v. SEC, No. 20-61007 (5th Cir. May 18, 2022), a split panel of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit identified…

Anita B. Bandy, Shay Dvoretzky, Steven R. Glaser, Andrew M. Lawrence, Daniel Michael

2022 Insights: Litigation - Video Introduction

USA - January 20 2022 First, after another year of COVID, judges, jurors and litigators became more comfortable with remote appearances and other adjustments. Some of…

The Pandemic Brought Some Welcome Innovations to the Justice Process, but Also Many New Challenges

USA - January 19 2022 The COVID-19 pandemic is hardly the first emergency to test the resilience of the judiciary. Following the September 11 terrorist attacks, federal…

Abigail Davis (Sheehan), Lauren E. Aguiar, Allison M. Brown, Mollie Kornreich, Sophie M. Mancall-Bitel

Antitrust Enforcement Takes a Sharp Left Turn

USA - October 7 2021 Over the past few years, a strong bi-partisan consensus emerged in support of more aggressive antitrust enforcement. There has been a widespread view…

Maria Raptis, David P. Wales