"Reports on U.S. civil courts, government regulation and public policy."
The blog covers different issues connected to the Lifeline program, a Federal Communications Commission program that provides subsidies to lower the retail rates of telephone services to low income consumers. Davis Wright Tremaine LLP has a relationship with the FCC that gives it access to breaking news about the program. The blog tracks those decisions and announcements.
"Devoted to legal issues and information on open government laws from Washington state and the rest of the country relevant to local governments."
Municipal Minute provides updates on cases, laws, and other topics of interest to municipalities and local governments.
This blog covers legal issues facing Native American and Alaska Native tribes, their members, and their economic interests.
Commentary on news events and recent court opinions, primarily in constitutional law, and links to related articles.
"This blog is designed to bring you legal news from a New York paralegal’s perspective. I will be bringing you the latest news on lawsuits and settlements from the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission and the federal court system. Additionally, I will write commentaries on today’s most controversial legal topics."
“ 'Og-blog' stands for 'open-government blog,' and that’s what we do: tell people about open-government issues of interest to regular citizens, media, trade associations, and government agencies. We find interesting stories and court cases from Washington state and other places about the Public Records Act, Open Public Meetings Act, access-to-court rulings, and media law."
This blawg "reports on Hatch-Waxman litigation and other pharmaceutical patent cases, as well as regulatory and legislative developments."
"A blog on public bidding and contracting in Pennsylvania."
"Discusses federal tax law, securities law and state and local law as it relates to public finance."
Besides patent law and litigation issues, Patent Baristas covers items relating to building a bioscience business, nanotechnology, technology transfer, orange book filings as well as Federal Trade Commission and Food and Drug Administration regulatory matters.
"Articles, resources, insights on pay to play regulations on the federal and state level."
"Reports, comments on and analyzes the implementation of the new regime for authorizing nationally significant infrastructure projects in the United Kingdom using the Planning Act 2008."
Analysis of current topics in estate planning, business, real estate and tax law, specifically in Arizona.
"Bipartisan policy insights and political intelligence."
"Provides nonpartisan insight into the latest policy developments and trends at the federal level. We offer updates on recent events both inside and outside the Beltway, as well as deeper analysis by practice-area experts and industry leaders on key regulations, legislation, and government appointments."
Posts cover regulators' struggles with new business models, struggles to manage government response to natural disasters, and struggles to protect U.S. consumers' health and safety through regulation.
"A website dedicated to courageous whistleblowers to report possible securities violations—without personal or professional regrets—and to help responsible organizations establish a culture of integrity."
This blawg "reports on new developments in secrecy policy."
A blog covering news related to corporate regulation, securities policies and market news.
"Commentary and news on developing legal issues in consumer marketing, advertising and promotional activities, including Federal Trade Commission and state attorney general developments, Lanham Act and consumer class-action litigation, California’s Proposition 65 matters, as well as regulatory developments for the wide array of products and claims, including dietary supplements, 'green' claims, advertising to kids, privacy, pricing, 'Made in U.S.A.' and sweepstakes."
"A blog providing legal news, notes and commentary of interest to small government contractors. Primary coverage includes the size appeal decisions of the U.S. Small Business Administration’s Office of Hearings and Appeals (known as SBA OHA) and the U.S. Government Accountability Office’s bid protest decisions. In addition, SmallGovCon covers legislative developments, administrative matters (such as fines levied on “bad boy” contractors) and federal court decisions."
Provides information about judicial decisions, legislative changes, regulatory rulings, and the economic landscape affecting companies doing business or seeking to do business in South Carolina.
Posts link to news stories, columns and documents relating to tax law.