January 23, 2020 | Corporate Counsel
Mintz Member Jennifer B. Rubin authored an article published by Corporate Counsel that identified some of the diverse personalities that compose a corporate board and provided guidance on how to leverage those disparate personalities to achieve consensus.
January 17, 2020 | Civil RICO Report
Mintz Member Peter Biagetti and Associate David Kete co-authored an article published in the January 2020 edition of Thomson Reuters’ Civil RICO Report detailing a notable ruling achieved by Mintz in a federal court in Boston that will have a significant impact on how future cases alleging a RICO “pattern” will be assessed.
January 16, 2020 | Communications Daily
Of Counsel Angela Kung was quoted in an article published by Communications Daily that featured insights from industry stakeholders on the Federal Communications Commission (FCC)’s draft Order establishing final rules for the Rural Digital Opportunity Fund (RDOF), which is up for consideration at the FCC’s January 30 meeting. As the next step in closing the digital divide, the RDOF, if adopted, would offer up to $20.4 billion over the next decade to support high-speed broadband networks in rural America.
January 16, 2020 | Boston Business Journal
Mintz Member Yalonda Howze was profiled by the Boston Business Journal for her work as Co-Chair of Move the Needle, a consortium of lawyers representing businesses and law firms focused on the common purpose of advancing diversity and inclusion in the legal profession. Mintz is among the law firms involved in the consortium’s efforts to accomplish greater inclusion and advancement within the corporate and law firm setting and foster diversity in the Boston legal community broadly. In the profile, Ms. Howze discussed how to make progress towards diversity in the legal market and the one question that partners should reconsider asking during interviews.
January 15, 2020 | Law360
Mintz Members Brian Dunphy and Laurence Freedman, and Member and Co-Chair of the firm’s Health Law Practice Karen Lovitch co-authored this Law360 expert analysis article examining trends in U.S. Department of Justice health care enforcement in 2019, noting that the False Claims Act remains the government’s most powerful civil health care enforcement tool.