As politics and business continue to mix ever more closely, Jenner & Block’s leaders told Bloomberg Law in an interview that the firm’s “values” will help it win over new lawyers and clients—rather than scaring them away.
A White House plan to rapidly shore up the security of the U.S. power grid will begin with a 100-day sprint, but take years more to transform utilities’ ability to fight off hackers, according to details of a draft version of the plan confirmed by two people.
A federal appeals court in San Francisco will consider a case that could determine the level of protection that police, lab technicians, and other public employees in the nation’s largest judicial region have against retaliation for rejecting orders to give what they believe is false testimony at trials.
Environmental justice groups are finding it harder and harder to pin down President Joe Biden’s promise to steer 40% of clean energy and other funding to boost racial equity and help vulnerable communities.
The Senate will consider, as soon as next week, whether to kill a Trump administration methane-emissions rule, in what would be the first time this Congress that the full upper chamber deliberates using its power to overturn regulations.
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