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Congress Faces Deadlines on Spending, Stimulus and Shelton

Congress faces a rapidly approaching deadline to pass a new round of funding for the U.S. government, with dimming odds both of confirming Judy Shelton to the Federal Reserve Board and hashing out another coronavirus relief package.

EEOC Predicted to Veer From Novel Lawsuits in Early Biden Years

The U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission is less likely to test novel workplace discrimination theories through litigation while Republicans maintain a majority at the agency and hold the general counsel’s office through the first years of a Biden administration, current officials and management attorneys said.

Winston & Strawn Hires Healthcare Veteran from McDermott

Winston & Strawn has added McDermott Will & Emery senior counsel H. Guy Collier in Washington, bulking up the firm’s healthcare expertise at a time when the coronavirus pandemic is spurring turbulence and change in the field.

Biden Wins Access as Agency Gives Him Transition Authority

The GSA acknowledged Joe Biden as the apparent winner of the presidential election and President Donald Trump called on his agencies and departments to cooperate. Emily Wilkins reports on "Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia."

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