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Proof in Trial: Appellate Edition: Holmes v. Winter

Jana Winter was a tenacious reporter used to breaking news. When a mass shooting occurred in a movie theater in Colorado, she jumped on the first plane out. As Jana delved into the story,...


Navigating OSHA ETS Uncertainty – What Happens Next

A federal court of appeals in Louisiana has temporarily stayed the U.S. Occupational Safety and Health Administration’s (OSHA’s) COVID-19 vaccine-or-test mandate for larger...

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Employers Face Whipsaw from Shifting Stays on OSHA Vaccine Rule Bloomberg Law | US Law Week

The Fifth Circuit’s decision temporarily suspending OSHA’s “vaccine-or-test” mandate is the first of what could be more stay decisions to come, say Hogan...

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Ask a mentor: How can recalcitrant attys use social media? Law360

In a Law360 Pulse guest column, Hogan Lovells partner Sean Marotta offers advice on how a lawyer can successfully use social media.

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Mastering the Multicircuit Petition Statute Process Bloomberg Law

For those challenging federal agency action, where the case is heard can make all the difference. Different circuits have different case law, and what might be a winning argument in one...

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Hogan Lovells secures important victory for Maryland resident taxpayers with out-of-state income from pass-through entities U.S. Supreme Court and Appellate Alert

In an important ruling for taxpayers with out-of-state income, the Maryland high court held Monday that Maryland’s refusal to fully credit income taxes paid to other states violates the...

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