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Will the FTC’s Amgen Suit Ignite Future Pharmaceutical M&A Conflicts?
With M&A activity in the life sciences sector heating up, the latest dispute in the space may affect the future of pharmaceutical acquisitions. How will the FTC's recent case against Amgen ignite future M&A conflicts, and where can experts assist in the litigation process?
What’s Next for Microsoft and Activision’s Antitrust Battle After EU and UK Decisions
The biggest gaming deal in history has hit another regulatory roadblock. As Microsoft continues to seek government approval for their acquisition of Activision, regulators in the UK and EU have announced conflicting opinions on the deal, creating a confusion about what’s to come for the merger.
Expert Assessment: How the Crypto Crackdown Could Propel Conflict
As crypto market players continue looking for concrete guidance regarding industry regulations, how will regulators respond to their requests for action? Read fintech expert Dr. Peter Vinella's insights on what he thinks is next for those in the digital assets space.
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April 19, 2023 — In the News
QUICK LOOK: EPA’s Aggressive Goals for EV Adoption Likely to Drive Implementation Challenges and Conflicts
On April 12, The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) announced that they would be proposing new auto pollution limits that require at least 54% of new vehicles sold in the U.S. to be electric by 2030. What are the potential legal implications?
January 27, 2023 — In the News
Honda and Sony EV to Offer Next-Level Gaming and Media Options, Creating Potential for Conflicts
Honda and Sony have now entered the moving entertainment space with their new EV brand, Afeela. But the future-forward autonomous vehicle is sparking conversation over potential conflicts that could follow the car's release. Let's take a quick look at the risk associated with their new technology.
January 18, 2023 — Blog
An Expert’s Look at the Current EV Landscape and Potential Disputes in 2023
When it comes to the automotive industry, this is a space that is going through a complete metamorphosis, especially as we move further toward Biden’s 2030 electrification goals. Let’s take a quick look at 2022’s EV litigation landscape to learn more about what types of cases have been hitting the courts and who has been involved in the disputes.
November 7, 2022 — Article
EV Supply Chain Disruption to Ignite Disputes Over IP, M&As, and More
As the US scrambles to catch up and create EV supply chain success at home, we have heard conflicts surrounding human rights violations, M&As, IP, breach of contracts, and more are driving disputes in the space. But what are the current supply chain challenges, and how are government policy updates fueling litigation?
October 27, 2022 — Blog
Five Reasons Why Attorneys Should Look Beyond a Stack of CVs When Considering Experts
Too often, law firms relegate finding experts to “search” firms who send over a stack of CVs with the expectation of finding an expert that is “good enough” for a case. Not only is that inefficient, but also problematic.
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