Tag Archives: Establishing

Establishing Prejudice in a LPTA Protest

  As I’ve covered here before, low-priced, technically acceptable procurements (LPTA) shine a light on a contractor’s ability to provide the required services at the lowest possible cost to the government.  Leave your style points at home.  It is all … Continue reading

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FCC Clarifies Deadlines for Repack Phase 1, Establishing Template for All Future Repack Phases

By Scott R. Flick, Lauren Lynch Flick and Warren Kessler Many thought the broadcast incentive auction was the most complex task ever undertaken by the FCC, but the ten-phase spectrum repack following the auction is running a close second.  The … Continue reading

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Establishing the Physician-Patient Relationship: Telemedicine Law Often Requires It, but What does this Mean?

Establishing the physician-patient relationship is often a requirement of state telemedicine law, but what does it mean that the physician has in fact “established” the physician-patient relationship? This seems like odd language, given that “establishing the physician-patient relationship” can range … Continue reading

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ECB opinion on draft legislative proposals amending the Regulation establishing ESMA, MiFID II and Solvency II

On 17 May 2018, the European Central Bank (ECB) published its opinion (dated 11 May 2018) regarding the European Commission’s draft Regulation amending the Regulation establishing ESMA and the draft Directive amending MiFID II and the Solvency II Directive. In … Continue reading

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Establishing New Rights: A Look at Aid in Dying

On September 23, 2017, the New Mexico Law Review and the University of New Mexico School of Law hosted a symposium, Establishing New Rights: A Look at Aid in Dying. The Symposium brought together national scholars (like Thaddeus Pope), judges, … Continue reading

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