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Regulation

  • Roberts Is Uneasy About Invasive Police Devices, Gorsuch Has His Back

    By Marcia Coyle

    Chief Justice John Roberts Jr. on Wednesday in New Zealand voiced concerns about the privacy implications of new technology that allows police to "see through walls," echoing the alarm his newest colleague, Justice Neil Gorsuch, first raised nearly three years ago.

  • Ann Marie Buerkle Is Trump's Pick to Lead Product Safety Agency: What to Know

    By C. Ryan Barber

    This week, President Trump nominated Ann Marie Buerkle, the former New York congresswoman, to serve as the Consumer Product Safety Commission's chairwoman in a permanent capacity, putting her in line to lead the agency when Republicans take a majority. Here's a look at what companies and safety advocates need to know about Buerkle.

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Litigation

  • After $13B Deal, Marriott GC Reflects on Work

    By Richard Acello

    Last September, Marriott Corp. closed on its $13 billion acquisition of Starwood Hotels & Resorts Worldwide, forming the world's largest hotel chain. The acquisition brought together some of the industry's best-known brands, including Marriott, and its Courtyard and Ritz-Carlton brands, as well as Starwood's Sheraton, Westin, W Hotel and St. Regis properties.

  • At Leidos, Growth Managed With Keen Eye

    By Victoria Finkle

    Leidos effectively doubled in size last year when it merged with Lockheed Martin's $5 billion information technology business, and the government services giant's lawyers have been working hard to ensure the process unfolded smoothly.

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