Freight Forwarding Antitrust Investigation (individual representation)

In a price-fixing case against a Japanese national airline executive related to the airline’s freight forwarding business, Ms. Nall helped convince the DOJ Antitrust Office in Washington, D.C. that the client, initially faced with indictment in the investigation, was more appropriately a witness, and secured a complete victory with no prosecution.

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Estate Planning During Uncertain Times

Farella's Wine Industry Education Series features Lauren Galbraith discussing "Estate Planning During Uncertain Times." Estate planning for vineyard and winery owners has come to the forefront during this unpredictable pandemic and in light of...

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EPA’s New Guidance Mandate Leaves Superfund Cleanup Less Certain

Sarah Bell commented in the Bloomberg Law article "EPA’s New Guidance Mandate Leaves Superfund Cleanup Less Certain."    Read the full article here .

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Real Perspectives Podcast With Julie Treppa on Opportunity Zones

Click here for the audio recording of the "Real Perspective Podcast" by The Registry featuring Julie Treppa. She discusses Opportunity Zones, how they evolved, and what the new normal means for this very important...

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Opportunity Zone Virtual Forum

Financing Ground Up Development During a Pandemic Farella's Julie Treppa is a speaker for  The Registry's Opportunity Zone Virtual Forum. The event will take a closer look at Opportunity Zones and the impact on...

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14th Annual ABA Section of Labor and Employment Law Conference

Holly Sutton is a panelist on the 14th Annual ABA Section of Labor and Employment Law Conference live webinar, "Political Speech at Work: What is Fair and What is Foul." Details: Some believe that...

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Farella Provides Amicus Support in Case Challenging Denial of CARES Act Funds to Incarcerated Individuals and Their Families

SAN FRANCISCO, August 31, 2020: Farella Braun + Martel, along with co-counsel the American Civil Liberties Union Foundation of Northern California, filed an amici curiae brief in support of the plaintiffs’ motion for a...

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Battery Energy Storage Systems Integrated in Solar Facilities To Receive Tax Incentives

Intermittency is one of the largest issues impeding increased reliance on energy from utility-scale renewable energy generation sources such as wind and solar. Battery energy storage systems (“BESSs”) can alleviate concerns related to intermittency...

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TikTok Sues Over Trump Order, Calls President’s Decision Political

Janice Reicher, co-chair of Farella's White Collar Defense and Internal Corporate Investigations Group, commented in the Daily Journal article, "TikTok Sues Over Trump Order, Calls President’s Decision Political."

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California Expands Family and Medical Leave Law to Cover Small Employers

California Governor Gavin Newsom recently signed SB 1383, which expands employees’ leave entitlements under California’s Family Rights Act and New Parent Leave Act. Effective January 1, 2021, these leave provisions will apply to employers with...

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LSI's PFAS Contamination and Regulation in California Virtual Conference

Sarah Bell will be speaking at LSI's virtual conference on PFAS Contamination and Regulation in California live webinar, "PFAS and Hazardous Materials Cleanup Laws." Details: CWA violations, CERCLA designations, and NRD claims as potential game...

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