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With Democrats controlling two of three Government branches, the Biden administration is poised to quickly advance key commerce, infrastructure, sustainable energy, and consumer protection legislation and policies — driving changes that align with shareholders’ environmental, social, and governance (ESG) priorities and transform the corporate landscape.

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In an article published by Managing IP, Mintz Member Marguerite McConihe was quoted on the Department of Justice’s recent decision to move a 2020 letter to the competition section of its website and what it may signal for standard essential patent policy under the Biden administration. Ms. McConihe stated that it’s too soon to tell whether the move is a clear sign of where the Biden administration is going and added that the pending appointment of the Assistant Attorney General for Antitrust will be a better indicator of the administration’s position.
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Mintz Member and Chair of the firm’s Environmental Law Practice Jeffrey R. Porter was quoted in article published by Inside EPA on a potential increase in Clean Water Act (CWA) citizen suits in the wake of County of Maui v. Hawaii Wildlife Fund and how the Biden administration may issue new guidance on the landmark U.S. Supreme Court ruling.
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Mintz Member and Founding Chair of the firm’s Immigration Practice Susan Cohen was quoted in an article published by The Wall Street Journal on how entrepreneurs, venture capitalists, and others are urging the Biden administration to revive the International Entrepreneur Rule, an Obama-era immigration program allowing foreign startup founders to remain in the United States without a visa to grow their companies.
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Mintz Member John T. Rudy was quoted in an article published by Law360 on companies in the health care and energy industries updating their risk disclosures to warn investors of potential policy changes that could harm their businesses under a Biden administration. Mr. Rudy said that he expects companies will review disclosures from past years and update accordingly.