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Documents by Lawyers at this office
Will the FCC Answer Calls to Clarify the TCPA?
Keith J. Barnett,Thomas M. Byrne,Juan C. Garcia,Phillip E. Stano,Rocco E. Testani, April 9, 2015
We can now count an FCC Commissioner among those imploring the agency to act on the growing number of pending petitions asking for much needed clarification of regulations promulgated under the Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA). On April 1, 2015, in his remarks before the Association of...
BLM Issues First Federal Regulations for Hydraulic Fracturing
Roshanda N. Cayette-Contreras,Lillian A. Forero,Catherine M. Krupka,Daniella Landers,Takcus C. Nesbit, March 30, 2015
On Thursday, March 26, 2015, the U.S. Department of the Interior’s Bureau of Land Management (BLM) published in the Federal Register the Final Rule on hydraulic fracturing on federal and Indian lands. The Final Rule sets forth the first federal regulations of hydraulic fracturing and...
Proposed Changes to Proposition 65: What It Means for Texas Businesses
David A. Baay,Maryann B. Zaki, March 24, 2015
If you’ve been to California recently, you likely returned with a heightened awareness of the dangers present in the products you consume and use on a daily basis. That is because in California, Proposition 65 requires businesses to notify California citizens about significant amounts of...
Year Established: 1924