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Gary Bauer Appointed To Additional Term On USCIRF

Last week, President Trump announced the appointment of Gary L. Bauer for an additional two-year term as a member of the U.S. Commission on International Religious Freedom. Bauer was initially appointed to USCIRF in 2019. He is President of American Values … Continue reading

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FLORIDA BUSINESS LITIGATION: CLAIMS FOR PUNITIVE DAMAGES DO NOT IMPOSE ADDITIONAL BURDENS ON PLAINTIFFS ASSERTING FRAUD CLAIMS

Punitive damages punish and dissuade wrong-doers from committing egregious acts by increasing the damages award to exceed compensable injuries. Cooper Indus., Inc. v. Leatherman Tool Group, Inc., 532 U.S. 424, 432 (2001) (the purpose of punitive damages is to punish … Continue reading

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Recent Dorsey eUpdate: Summary of SEC’s FAST Act Amendments and Additional Guidance on Confidential Treatment Requests

The SEC recently finalized amendments to its regulations to modernize and simplify disclosure requirements for public companies, investment advisors and investment companies, consistent with the Commission’s mandate under the Fixing America’s Surface Transportation (FAST) Act. The SEC subsequently released an … Continue reading

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Senate Bill Would Require Additional DOE Part 810 Reporting to Congress With Unknown Protections for Industry Proprietary Information

A bipartisan group of four senators has introduced a bill that would amend the Atomic Energy Act to require the US Department of Energy (DOE) to submit to Congress quarterly reports providing information about industry’s and DOE’s activities under 10 … Continue reading

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State Water Control Board Requires Airports to Perform Additional Ground Water Testing

Thirty-one airports throughout the State of California, including Los Angeles International Airport and San Bernardino International Airport, have been made the subject of new investigative orders pursuant to California Water Code § 13267. These airports, with training/fire response facilities will … Continue reading

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