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Virginia's Not For Lovers: Why Virginia May See More Defamation Claims After Depp v. Heard

USA - June 7 2022 In the wake of the recent six-week-long trial and defamation verdict in favor of Johnny Depp in Virginia's Fairfax County Circuit Court…

Caitlin A. Eberhardt, Brandon H. Elledge

Media and Entertainment Industry Gets a Turn in DOJ-FTC Antitrust Hot Seat

USA - May 4 2022 The Federal Trade Commission and Antitrust Division of the U.S. Department of Justice held another installment of their "listening tour" on…

Da'Morus A. Cohen, Aaron N. Goldberg, David C. Kully, Robert J. Labate, Kenneth Racowski, Caitlin F. Saladrigas

Financial Services Regulation: 2022 Crystal Ball Roundtable

USA - January 27 2022 Holland & Knight's Financial Services Regulatory Team presented a roundtable discussion on what to expect on the financial services landscape in 2022…

Beth A. Vecchioli, Ronald J. "Ron" Klein, Leonard A Bernstein, Josias N Dewey, Andres Fernandez, Mark R Goldschmidt, Bob Jaworski, Gabriel Caballero Jr., Jessica B. Magee, Rachel Marmor, Travis P. Nelson, Joshua David Odintz, Ashley L. Shively, Charles L. Stutts, Brandon T. White, Kwamina Thomas Williford, Douglas I. Youngman

New Fair Housing Initiative Prohibits Discrimination Based on Sexual Orientation, Gender Identity

USA - February 12 2021 On Feb. 11, the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) announced that it will enforce the Fair Housing Act to prohibit discrimination…

Lynn E. Calkins

HUD's New Final Rule on Disparate Impact Provides Clarity and Greater Defenses for Housing Providers

USA - October 6 2020 The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) recently released its final rule addressing the legal requirements for disparate impact…

Lynn E. Calkins, Adrian F. Snead