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Paper Filings, Relics Elsewhere, Endure at SCOTUS Through Virus

The U.S. Supreme Court, a steadfast observer of tradition, still requires litigants to file paper copies of briefs despite health concerns over the spread of coronavirus. It’s a boost a for printing companies specializing in the precise guidelines for briefs and other documents as the economy craters.

Hogan Lovells Assists New England Patriots On N95 Mask Donation

Hogan Lovells recently helped the Kraft Group and the NFL’s New England Patriots secure the necessary government approvals so the team could use its plane to pick up 1.3 million N95 masks from Shenzhen, China and deliver them to Massachusetts where protective gear is in demand in the fight against Covid-19.

Feds Give Seized Masks, Gloves to N.Y., N.J. Health Workers

The Justice Department and Department of Health and Human Services have seized 192,000 N95 respirator masks, 598,000 gloves, and 130,000 other personal protective equipment and disinfectant from someone hoarding those supplies, they announced Thursday.

Opportunity Zones: Will Tax Break for Investors Benefit Communities Too?

The 2017 tax overhaul included incentives to invest in distressed communities. Investors benefit from tax breaks and the designated opportunity zones benefit from economic investment, but critics say already-wealthy investors don’t need these breaks.

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