|California v Texas and the Future of the Affordable Care Act||September 29, 2020||Tad Heuer, Andrew M. London||White Paper|
|The Health Care Priorities of the Biden Harris Administration and Post Election Outlook for the 117th Congress||November 11, 2020||Thomas Barker, Brian P. Carey, Paul T. Kim, Ross Margulies||White Paper|
|Summary of Supreme Court Oral Arguments in California v. Texas||November 12, 2020||Tad Heuer, Ross Margulies||White Paper|
|Five ways the Biden Administration Could Rescind or Reverse the Trump Administration’s Regulatory Actions||November 13, 2020||Tad Heuer, Kelly Caiazzo, Aaron Lang||White Paper|
|Getting the Deal Through - Arbitration 2017||June 6, 2017||Published Article|
|Bridging the Cultural Gap in International Arbitrations Arising from FCPA Investigations||June 7, 2017||Anthony D. Mirenda, Daniel Schimmel, Shrutih V. Tewarie||Published Article|
|Transparency in Arbitration||April 11, 2018||Daniel Schimmel, John A. Shope, Diana Tsutieva||Published Article|
|Recent Regulatory Developments in US Biosimilars Market||April 20, 2018||Brian P. Carey, Erik L. Schulwolf||Published Article|
|Sexual Abuse at St. George's School and the School's Response: 1970 to 2015||September 1, 2016||Independent Investigation Report|
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