Steven Engel, head of DOJ's Office of Legal Counsel, said Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin "quite reasonably, concluded that Chairman [Richard] Neal had not articulated the real reason for his request."
The rule, which is set to go into effect next month, is already the subject of several lawsuits, including one from James that claimed the change would lead to discriminatory practices among health care providers.
The rate of cyber-related suspicious activity reports has grown to nearly 80,000 per year, according to the director of the Financial Crimes Enforcement Network in the U.S. Treasury Department. That number includes 13,500 reports per year on suspicious business email alone, up 95% from 2016.
It's unclear whether Holmes Firm bid $1.435 million on the sculpture for itself or on behalf of a client.
Steve Boucratie was named vice president, general counsel and corporate secretary of Montreal-based Champion Iron.
A key question was whether the "Janus" ruling involving labor unions applies to a case involving bar membership and dues.
"The board correctly rejected Trump's attempt to silence the public and to be held above the law," said a lawyer for the DC residents who are opposing the renewal of the license at Trump's hotel in downtown.
Susan Freiwald on July 1 will become the first woman to lead the institution on a permanent basis. She has been interim dean for the past year.
How does one big law firm distinguish itself from the rest? Branding pro Siobhan Burns at Clarity in New York has worked with some of the biggest in Big Law to help create brands that convey individuality, in an industry rife with look-alikes.
The motion sets up an unprecedented "negotiation class" of 24,500 cities, counties and other small governments that want to resolve claims over the opioid crisis.
The U.S. government's position could not "be squared" with U.S. Supreme Court decisions, according to panel members judges Sri Srinivasan, Robert Wilkins and Laurence Silberman.
Australia corporate and M&A practice co-head Shane Bilardi will join DLA Piper together with partners James Stewart, Jyoti Singh, Chris Mitchell and Andrew Fisken.
John Daghlian is the fourth funds partner to leave the firm in recent months as merger talks with A&O continue.
A Connecticut lawyer is taking heat in the form of caustic emails over his representation of a client accused of something awful. In one of the standout
Management committee member Damien Marshall said new appointments in New York, Washington, L.A., Oakland and Albany are a further step in the “continuing transition of the firm's management and leadership.
Julie McPeak was first appointed as the Tennessee insurance commissioner in 2011 and was reappointed by Tennessee Gov. Bill Lee in January.