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Regulatory Vigilance in a Changing World

Nearly everyone sings innovation’s praises. Innovation brings progress and prosperity. It leads to a better tomorrow. Yet, is innovation really an unalloyed good? In a new book, legal scholar Cristie Ford argues that innovation actually “presents a clear and persistent … Continue reading

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Identifying and mitigating risk in a changing global economy: Reed Smith to host life sciences health industry roundtable in London

On 5 March, Reed Smith will welcome in-house counsel at pharmaceutical, medical device, and health companies to join a roundtable discussion on how to identify and mitigate risk. Our Government Investigations partners Rosanne Kay and Eoin O’Shea will speak on … Continue reading

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Join Us: Life Sciences Health Industry Roundtable on “Identifying and Mitigating Risk in a Changing Global Economy”

In-house counsel at pharmaceutical, medical device, and health companies are invited to join their peers and leading Reed Smith life sciences lawyers for a roundtable discussion on how to identify and mitigate risk. The event will be held on 5 … Continue reading

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DOJ Reverses Course on the Wire Act, Changing the Odds on the State-Regulated Gambling Industry

The regulatory framework for online gambling recently took a wild turn when the Department of Justice Office of Legal Counsel (“OLC”) announced its view that the Wire Act (18 U.S.C. § 1084) applies to all forms of gambling—not merely sports … Continue reading

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How the concept of justice is changing in criminal law

On the heels of the 2018 midterm elections in the United States, Americans have demonstrated an ideological shift in the way previously-incarcerated individuals are treated, as well as a reevaluation of which activities constitute a crime. Perhaps the biggest shift … Continue reading

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