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“Picking Off” Class Representatives Obtains Mixed Results in Lower Courts after "Campbell-Ewald v. Gomez"
Topic: Civil Justice Reform
By Christopher Roach, Special Counsel with Adams and Reese LLP in its Tampa, FL office.
Legal Backgrounder, July 14, 2017
DOJ May Settle "Qui Tam" Cases over Relators’ Objections
Topic: Government Contracting
By Kristin Graham Koehler, a Partner, and Morgan Lindsay, an Associate, with Sidley Austin LLP in the firm’s Washington, DC office, and Scott Stein, a Partner in the firm’s Chicago, IL office.
Counsel's Advisory, July 14, 2017
The Past, Present, and Uncertain Potential of Corporate Monitors
Topic: Corporate Criminal Liability
By Alex J. Brackett, a Partner, and Katherine Mims Crocker, an Associate, with McGuireWoods LLP in the firm’s Richmond, VA office.
Working Paper, July 2017
The Florida Supreme Court Should Adopt a Modernized Scientific-Testimony Standard for the “Sunshine” State
Topic: Litigation Strategies
By Josh Becker, a Partner, and Aaron Block, a Senior Associate with Alston & Bird LLP in the firm’s Atlanta, GA office. 
Legal Opinion Letter, June 30, 2017
Washington Supreme Court Extends Medical-Device Manufacturers’ Duty to Warn
Topic: Civil Justice Reform
By Eric D. Miller, a Partner with Perkins Coie LLP in the firm’s Seattle, WA office, where he is co-chair of the appellate practice.
Legal Opinion Letter, June 30, 2017
What Happened in Vagueness Stayed in Deference: A Note on Leaving Chevron
Topic: Managing Regulatory Activism
By Gary C. Marfin, former Associate Dean of the School of Engineering at Rice University and Manager of Government Relations with Conoco; and Christopher H. Marraro, a Partner with BakerHostetler in the firm’s Washington, DC office. 
Legal Backgrounder, June 30, 2017
Courts in California Enable End-Run of Federal Arbitration Act by Expanding Obscure State Labor Law
Topic: Employment Law
By John F. Querio, a Partner with Horvitz & Levy LLP in Burbank, CA.
Legal Backgrounder, June 16, 2017
Past Preemption Opinions May Indicate Newest Justice’s Pull on Court’s Statutory-Construction Tug-of-War
Topic: Federalism
By Frank Cruz-Alvarez, a Partner, and Talia Zucker, an Associate, with Shook, Hardy & Bacon, LLP in the firm’s Miami, FL office.
Legal Opinion Letter, June 16, 2017
Precautions for Commercial-Speech Regulators
Topic: Commercial Speech
By Bert W. Rein and Megan L. Brown, Partners with Wiley Rein LLP in the firm’s Washington, DC office.
Legal Opinion Letter, June 16, 2017
Sixth Circuit Should Follow Lead of Tyson Foods and Reject Representative Evidence Use in FLSA Collective Actions
Topic: Employment Law
By Anne Marie Sferra, a Partner, and Kara H. Herrnstein, an Associate, with Bricker & Eckler LLP in the firm’s Columbus, OH office.
Legal Opinion Letter, June 16, 2017
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