In 2017, the sports industry faced disruption and worked to adapt to its new realities, which spanned sponsorships, gambling, the Olympics, social movements, amateurism, financing, and more.
Earlier this month, Partner Les Jacobowitz spoke with Reuters after the Virgin Islands Public Finance Authority filed an objection to Citigroup Inc.’s proposed $130 million settlement of a class action.
Senior director of regulatory policy Brian Ronholm recently analyzed the current debate over line speeds at poultry slaughter establishments in an opinion piece for Food Safety News titled, “Eschewing Obfuscation on Poultry Slaughter Line Speed.”
FDA counsel Brian Malkin discussed the recent language change in the internal FDA policy manual in an article published by Pink Sheet titled, “In Switching Generic 'Reviews' To 'Assessments' Is US FDA Changing More Than Just A Word?”
Bloomberg BNA’s Health Law Reporter provided an in-depth overview of the issues that likely will test health care lawyers in 2018 based on commentary from Bloomberg Law’s Health Care Advisory Board of which health care partner Lowell Brown is a member.
New York Partner Hunter Carter was quoted in an article published by Law360 regarding international arbitration trends to watch in 2018. Mr. Carter specifically spoke with Law360 about an increased focus on diversity in the field of international arbitration.
Senior Associate Frank Petrilli was recently featured by Law360 in an article about the new California laws effective in 2018 and how they will affect affordable housing and the California Environmental Quality Act, or CEQA.
Arent Fox Complex Litigation associate Michael Dearington recently published an article called “Ocasio v. United States: The Supreme Court’s Sudden Expansion of Conspiracy Liability (And Why Bribe-Taking Foreign Officials Should Take Note)” in the Washington & Lee Law Review Online.
The New York State Bar Association (NYSBA) has approved of the creation of a new Cannabis Law Committee, which will study and recommend measures—including legislation and administrative action—regarding a number of topics related to cannabis.
The Pharmaceutical Research and Manufacturers of America (PhRMA) filed a lawsuit against the state of California in response to the state’s new drug price law. 
White Collar Partner Peter Zeidenberg was a featured guest on NPR’s “All Things Considered” to discuss President Donald Trump’s use of Twitter – and whether they could be used as evidence for obstruction of justice.
The Senate and House GOP are eager to ensure their tax reform plan is finalized and passed before Christmas of this year.
Arent Fox FDA practice group leader Jamie Ravitz and senior attorney Paul Gadiock explore the postmarket performance of medical devices in light of recently released guidance from the FDA in the Food & Drug Law Institute’s FDLI Update magazine.
Secretary of Agriculture Sonny Perdue recently announced his plan to move the US Codex Office from the USDA’s Food Safety Inspection Service (FSIS) to the department’s new Trade and Foreign Agricultural Affairs (TFAA) office.
Bloomberg BNA Daily Labor Report recently profiled Arent Fox Labor & Employment partner Stewart Manela. In the article, Stewart describes some of the changes he’s observed in the legal industry over his 40-year career at Arent Fox.
Arent Fox senior director of regulatory policy Brian Ronholm spoke to the American Scholar about Chinese poultry imports to the United States in an article titled, “Here’s the Beef with Chicken from China.”
Arent Fox attorneys recently represented Tritec Real Estate, as master developer, in  a $600 million Long Island mixed-use development project that will include 1,450 apartment units and 545,000 square feet of retail and office space.
Automotive practice group chair Aaron Jacoby recently spoke with the Los Angeles Times about how as the year draws to a close, new car sales for 2017 have been marked by demand for SUVs rising to unprecedented heights, while interest in traditional passenger cars has plummeted.
Automotive Practice leader Aaron Jacoby recently spoke with the Los Angeles Times about how online auto transactions could ease the pain of buying a car if dealers and other industry players hop on board.
Senior Associate Frank Petrilli recently spoke with Fortune about General Motors’ plans to introduce an autonomous ride-sharing service to several big cities in 2019.
Arent Fox Health Care Partner David Greenberg and Associate Sean Clerget recently published an article in Bloomberg Law discussing health care reform, specifically focusing on the Medicaid program and how innovations currently in place in Indiana may serve as the model for Medicaid reform.
As tax legislation made headlines in recent weeks, Arent Fox senior policy advisor and former US Senator Byron Dorgan (D-ND) weighed in with an op-ed in The Hill.
Arent Fox senior government relations advisor Phil English weighed in on the ongoing discussion regarding the fate of the tax credit for the development of drugs for rare diseases, also known as orphan drugs.
Arent Fox senior director of policy Brian Ronholm spoke to Food Chemical News about the importance of filling Undersecretary for Food Safety at the USDA, a position that has been vacant since December 2013.
Automotive practice group chair, Aaron Jacoby recently spoke with San Fernando Valley Business Journal about several topics pertaining to autonomous vehicles, including how a small company located in Northridge, CA is developing a “black box” for the autonomous or driverless vehicle market.