October 19, 2018 | Law360
This contributed column, authored by Charles Samuels, Shawn Skolky and Evelyn French, discusses a recent $3.85 million U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission penalty for an alleged failure to timely report defective trash cans. This settlement suggests that large penalty actions are far from moribund even with the CPSC under Republican leadership.
This special section profiles the 2018 Boston Business Journal 40 Under 40 class including Member Alec Zadek. In Alec's Q&A, he answers questions about his proudest professional moment (being elected a Member at Mintz), the community service project he is most proud of, the number one quality for professional growth, and others including his guilty pleasure and what is on his bucket list.
October 18, 2018 | Law360
Laura Stefani, a telecommunications and technology attorney at Mintz, authored this Law360 column discussing how California’s newly enacted net neutrality law and another new law may add an additional layer of regulation for manufacturers of certain "internet of things" devices.
October 17, 2018 | PolitiFact
This article looks at varying proposals to replace and/or offer similar coverage to that of the Affordable Care Act (ACA). ML Strategies Vice President Rodney Whitlock, a veteran health care policy professional, is among the industry sources quoted in the piece.
October 16, 2018 | Law360
New York Litigation Member Gil Samberg authored this Law360 column taking an in-depth look at whether the Eleventh Circuit’s recent decision in JPay v. Kobel correctly addressed the issue of “clear and unmistakable” consent when it comes to the delegation of class arbitrability. Gil further addresses another issue relating to the decision with respect to many class arbitration-related matters