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DC Circuit invalidates conflict mineral reporting regulations

This week the U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit held that the Security and Exchange Commission's (SEC) final rule concerning conflict mineral disclosures is unconstitutional. Natl Assoc. of Mfrs v. SEC, No. 13-5252 (D.C. Cir., decided April ... Lexology, 1 day ago
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Federal Circuit decision wettles GAO/COFC split on agency's use of cooperative agreements

In March, the Federal Circuit settled a split between the Government Accountability Office (GAO) and the Court of Federal Claims that focused on the gray area between cooperative agreements and procurement contracts. Siding with the GAO, the appeals ...
 Lexology1 day ago Federal Circuit Decision Settles GAO/COFC Split on Agency's Use of Cooperative Agreements  JD Supra2 days ago
High Plains Journal

Will Durbin ruling spur EMV transition?

O n March 21, 2014, a three judge panel at the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit threw out the previous ruling that ordered the Federal Reserve Board to reevaluate its implementation of debit card regulations mandated by the ...
 Green Sheet4 days ago U.S. Court of Appeals rejects preliminary injunction request seeking to halt COOL  High Plains Journal1 day ago
Power Engineering

D.C. Circuit declines to throw out MACT rule because of costs

Wayne Barber Chief Analyst GenerationHub WayneB@Pennwell.com The U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit handed a significant victory to the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) on April 15, saying that cost concerns ...
 Power Engineering3 days ago D.C. Circuit refuses to throw out MACT rule due to costs  Penn Energy3 days ago
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D.C. Circuit finds Conflicts Minerals Rules disclosure requirement unconstitutional; affirms district court's decisions on de minimis exception, scope of application, and due-diligence trigger

Yesterday a panel of the D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals held the Conflict Minerals Rules requirement that a company that issues stock disclose if its products are not DRC conflict free violated the First Amendment. In an effort to de-finance parties ...
 Lexology3 days ago Appeals Court Opinion Changes Conflict Minerals Rules Compliance Landscape  JD Supra4 days ago D.C. Circuit Seeks Comments on Office of Federal Public Defender  District of Columbia Bar4 days ago D.C. Circuit Accepting Applications for Federal Public Defender  District of Columbia Bar4 days ago
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Civil False Claims Act: DC Circuit's Verizon II decision strengthens the first-to-file bar and rejects the Fourth Circuit's reasoning in Carter

The False Claims Act‟s first-to-file jurisdictional bar serves an important gatekeeping function by preventing multiple, related qui tam lawsuits based on the same underlying conduct. 31 U.S.C. §3730(b)(5) (When a person brings an [FCA action], ...
 Lexology3 days ago

Seventh Circuit clarifies reach of US antitrust law to foreign commerce

Background Opinion Comment A recent decision from the Seventh Circuit in Motorola v AU Optronics Corp has provided much-needed clarification on the scope of the Foreign Trade Antitrust Improvements Act. Specifically, the decision clarifies that ...
 Lexology4 days ago
4 Traders

EarthJustice, Citizen Groups Win Major D.C. Circuit Decision Air Case Against Cement Industry

Environmental and Citizen Groups Win Big on National Rulemaking Addressing Cement Plant Air Pollution Control and Malfunctions. Decision Announced Friday, April 14, 2014 All of this content is from Earthjustice [Poster's disclosure: ...
 Daily Kos1 day ago MI-GOV: Rick Snyder/Bill Schuette (R/R) Lose DC Circuit Appeal to President Obama on Mercury Control  Daily Kos2 days ago Big Victory for Public Health - Court Upholds Mercury, Toxic Air Pollution Protections  Daily Kos2 days ago EPA win has coal industry in an uproar  Fierce Energy3 days ago
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Queen v. Schultz

D.C. Circuit partially reverses summary judgment in favor of MSNBC host Ed Schultz, affirming district court's judgment on contract claims but finding that whether plaintiff formed partnership with Schultz was disputed issue of fact. ...
 JD Supra1 day ago Tax Court Petition Suspends Limitation Period  CPA Client Bulletin4 days ago D.C. Circuit Court upholds Fed's debit card fee cap, antiexclusivity rules  Lexology1 week ago D.C. Circuit court upholds Federal Reserve Board Regulation II - district court's grant of summary judgment to merchants reversed; classification of transaction monitoring costs remanded to board for further explanation  Lexology2 weeks ago

Financial services update March 31 2014 judicial developments

Debit Card Rules Upheld. On March 21st, the D.C. Circuit substantially upheld the Federal Reserve Board's regulations imposing a cap on the per-transaction debit card fees banks receive and requiring that at least two networks owned and operated by ...
 Lexology5 days ago D.C. Circuit rejects merchant challenge to higher cap on debit card transaction fees  Lexology2 weeks ago
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