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Government Actions are Not Protected Speech Under California Anti-SLAPP Law - Appellate Opinion Stems from Disputed Construction...

by Best Best & Krieger LLP on

When a government entity issues a construction permit, that is government action not protected by California’s anti-SLAPP law — which extends only to constitutionally protected exercises such as “free speech” — the California...more

How Often Do Governmental Entities Win Their Civil Appeals (Part 4)?

by Sedgwick LLP on

For the past two weeks, we’ve been reviewing the government’s winning percentage as appellant in civil appeals at the California Supreme Court, year by year and by area of law. Today, we complete our survey, looking at the...more

How Often Do Governmental Entities Win Their Civil Appeals (Part 3)?

by Sedgwick LLP on

Last week, we began reviewing the winning percentage in civil cases of governmental entity appellants, year by year and one area of law at a time. We began with the years 1994 through 2005. This week, we’re reviewing the...more

How Often Do Governmental Entities Win Their Civil Appeals (Part 4)?

by Sedgwick LLP on

For the past two weeks, we’ve been reviewing the government’s winning percentage as the appellant in civil cases at the Illinois Supreme Court. Today, we finish our review with the years 2011 through 2016. In 2011, the...more

How Often Do Government Entities Win Their Civil Appeals (Part 3)?

by Sedgwick LLP on

Last week, we began reviewing the government’s winning percentage in civil appeals.  We began by reviewing the data for the years 1990-2003.  This week, we address the more recent years, beginning with the period 2004-2010....more

How Often Do Governmental Entities Win Their Civil Appeals (Part 2)?

by Sedgwick LLP on

Yesterday, we reviewed governmental entities’ winning percentage, year by year and area of law by area of civil law, for the years 1994 through 1999. Today, we turn our attention to the years 2000 through 2005....more

How Often Do Governmental Entities Win Their Civil Appeals (Part 2)?

by Sedgwick LLP on

Yesterday, we began looking at governmental entities’ won-loss record in civil cases by area of law. Interestingly, governmental entities had significantly more trouble in government and administrative law cases than they did...more

How Often Do Governmental Entities Win Their Civil Appeals (Part 1)?

by Sedgwick LLP on

For the past few weeks, we’ve been studying appeals brought to the Illinois Supreme Court by governmental entities – specifically, which areas do governmental entities tend to most often appeal in civil cases? This week, we...more

What Areas of Law Does the Government Appeal in Civil Cases (Part 4)?

by Sedgwick LLP on

Last time, we reviewed the areas of the law which governmental entities appealed between 2006 and 2012. Today, we complete the cycle, reviewing the years 2013 through 2016. The most striking thing about the Court’s civil...more

Social Media & Municipalities: A Roundtable with SmithAmundsen’s Municipal Attorneys

by SmithAmundsen LLC on

In our digital evolving age, social media platforms create a multitude of opportunities to engage the citizenry. They also create a minefield of dangers for municipalities to avoid. Moderator, Julie Proscia, led a...more

What Areas of Law Does the Government Appeal in Civil Cases (Part 3)?

by Sedgwick LLP on

Last week, we reviewed the year-by-year data for the areas of law in which the government has appealed from 1990 through 2005. Today, we address the record for the years 2006 through 2012. Surprisingly, the leading area of...more

United States v. Microsoft: Supreme Court to Resolve Lower-Court Dispute Over U.S. Warrants Seeking Foreign-Stored User Data

by Morrison & Foerster LLP on

On October 16, 2017, the Supreme Court announced it had granted the government’s petition for certiorari in United States v. Microsoft and will hear a case this Term that could have lasting implications for how technology...more

GovTech M&A

by Womble Bond Dickinson on

A Selection of Evolving Trends in Mergers and Aquisitions - Buyers are aggressively targeting companies with differentiated technology and strategically-positioned intellectual property....more

México: STPS Amplía El Periodo De Días Inhábiles Por Sismo

by Littler on

El 26 de septiembre del 2017, la Secretaría del Trabajo y Previsión Social (“STPS”) amplió el periodo de días inhábiles, esto con el fin de permitir que las autoridades inspeccionen las oficinas locales debido al sismo...more

How Often Do Governmental Entities Win in Civil Cases?

by Sedgwick LLP on

Last week, we began our review of the Court’s experience with governmental entities. This week, we’re evaluating governmental entities’ winning percentage....more

How Common Are Governmental Parties in the Court’s Civil Docket?

by Sedgwick LLP on

For the past several weeks, we’ve looked at the Court’s record with death penalty appeals. This week and next, we’re looking at the Court’s record with parties that are governmental entities....more

México: Declaratoria de diversas autoridades de días inhábiles a causa del terremoto

by Littler on

Mientras siguen los esfuerzos de recuperación tras el terremoto en México, diversas autoridades continúan declarando días inhábiles en medida que los daños se presentándose. Esto se traduce en que varias acciones y...more

Mexico: Various Governmental Authorities Declare Non-Working Days Due to Earthquake

by Littler on

As Mexico's earthquake recovery efforts continue, the list of government authorities that have declared non-working days due to this natural disaster continues to grow. This means that various actions and proceedings before...more

How Often Do Governmental Entities Win in Civil Cases?

by Sedgwick LLP on

Yesterday, we looked at how often governmental entities have appeared as parties in civil cases at the Illinois Supreme Court. Today, we address the governmental entities’ winning percentage. Governmental entities won...more

How Common Are Governmental Parties in the Court’s Civil Docket?

by Sedgwick LLP on

For the past several weeks, we’ve looked at the Court’s record with death penalty appeals. This week and next, we’re looking at the Court’s record with parties that are governmental entities. In Table 559, we report the...more

Under Construction - June 2017

by Snell & Wilmer on

Welcome to the summer 2017 edition of our Under Construction newsletter. In this issue, to accompany the summer heat, we highlight several hot topic items affecting the construction industry, such as the recent revisions to...more

The District of Oregon Rules That the United States May Not Pursue False Claims Act Litigation Against State Entities

by Hogan Lovells on

On April 11, 2017, the United States District Court for the District of Oregon held that the United States may not pursue False Claims Act (FCA) litigation against an arm of the State and dismissed the FCA claims in the...more

GAO Urges Transparency in GSA Leasing Practice for Foreign-Owned Real Estate

by Holland & Knight LLP on

On January 3, 2017, the United States Government Accountability Office (GAO) delivered a report to Congress recommending that the General Services Administration (GSA) inform tenant agencies when leasing high-security space...more

The Ethics Advisor: Good Governance Floats on a Sea of Integrity

by Best Best & Krieger LLP on

“In civilized life, law floats in a sea of ethics,” the late Earl Warren, who served as a U.S. Supreme Court chief justice and as California attorney general and governor, stated in a 1962 speech. In a closely related sense,...more

The Illinois Supreme Court Opens Door to Claims Against Government Entities for Flood Losses

by Cozen O'Connor on

Floods lead to costly claims for insurance companies. Unfortunately, subrogated insurers are frequently precluded from pursuing governmental entities that cause flooding because they enjoy immunity from tort claims. So, for...more

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