January 21, 2020

January 21, 2020

Subscribe to Latest Legal News and Analysis

January 20, 2020

Subscribe to Latest Legal News and Analysis

Public Services, Infrastructure, Transportation

Infrastructure Law

The National Law Review publishes legal news and analysis on infrastructure projects including: contracting, financing and privatizations involving the federal government, state and local municipalities and cross-border risks.  Legal analysis of governmental agencies regulations, as well as staffing changes at those agencies and the  impact are covered by the legal experts who write for the National Law Review.  We publish thought leadership involving: 

Energy & Telecom Infrastructure

  • Gas and power transmission
  • Oil & Gas
  • Petrochemicals
  • Power generation (including renewables and clean technologies)
  • Telecommunications and Satellites
  • Waste and energy from waste

Transport Infrastructure

  • Airports
  • Bridges and Tunnels
  • Ports
  • RailRoad

Social Services Infrastructure

  • Education
  • Healthcare
  • Municipal facilities
  • Prisons
  • Stadiums and event facilities
  • Water, desalination and wastewater treatment

Transportation Law

The National Law Review provides legal news and analysis covering a broad range of commercial and regulatory matters pertaining to rail, motor, and air craft.  Railroad law coverage includes: rail mergers, state taxation of railroads, the creation of short line carriers, and various other cases and regulatory developments of industry-wide significance. Automotive and motor carrier law practice news includes litigation and regulatory matters impacting motor carrier services and developments related to alternate fuel and driverless vehicles. Aviation law news focuses on lawsuits and regulatory matters involving air carriers, spacecraft  and other aviation interests, including drones or  unmanned aerial vehicles (UAV). 

Additionally, regulations coming out of the NHTSA, including extensive information on the myriad impact that self-driving cars will have on a variety of industries is analyzed by the legal experts who write for the National Law Review.  Changes to infrastructure that will come about as self-driving cars become more prevalent, as well as resulting legal risks posed by these vehicles, are also covered by the site. 

Public Service Law

The National Law Review covers matters relating to government agencies, charities, educational and public international organizations.  Types of public law news include developments involving: 

  • Nonprofit and Legal Services Organizations 
  • Educational, Public Health, Public Service Groups
  • Foundations and Charities
Date Title Organization
21
Jan
California Advances State Microgrid Policy K&L Gates
21
Jan
Telecom Alert - APTS Promotes Inquiry Into FirstNet Interoperability; Proposed Updates to NEPA; RDOF Could Benefit 6 Million Homes and Businesses; Tower Lighting Violation Settlement; E911 Location Accuracy Requirements - Vol. XVII, Issue 3 Keller and Heckman LLP
20
Jan
Seattle Launches Energy Efficiency as a Service Program, Encouraging Deep Energy Efficiency Building Retrofits Beveridge & Diamond PC
17
Jan
Identifying All Sources of Underinsured Motorist Coverage for Injured Parties in NC Car Accident Cases Ward and Smith, P.A.
17
Jan
Motor Carriers Continue to Roll Over AB 5 Barnes & Thornburg LLP
17
Jan
D.C. Circuit En Banc Review of FERC Tolling Orders Could Have Profound Implications for Infrastructure Projects Requiring FERC Approval Beveridge & Diamond PC
16
Jan
A Change in the Winds: EIA Forecasts Bump in Renewable Energy for 2020 Steptoe & Johnson PLLC
16
Jan
Pending State Bills Propose to Limit Ability of Transgender Student-Athletes to Compete Jackson Lewis P.C.
16
Jan
GAO Says FAA Could Leverage Drone Test Site Data for More Effective Integration Robinson & Cole LLP
16
Jan
$40 Million In Employment Discrimination Settlements For Department Of Labor Watchdog In FY2019 Zuckerman Law
16
Jan
US Office of Management and Budget Issues a Memorandum Calling for Agency Plans From Federal Government Agencies McDermott Will & Emery
16
Jan
U.S. Export License Now Required for AI Software Related to Geospatial Imagery Greenberg Traurig, LLP
16
Jan
Attacks on Ukraine Whistleblower Negatively Affect Federal Employees’ Perception of Safety Kohn, Kohn & Colapinto
16
Jan
Future Auto is the Buzz of CES Foley & Lardner LLP
15
Jan
New Joint Website on Agricultural Biotechnology Products Launched by EPA, USDA, and FDA Bergeson & Campbell, P.C.
15
Jan
Ninth Circuit Affirms $54.6 Million Verdict In Favor of Wal-Mart Truckers Proskauer Rose LLP
14
Jan
Do California Jury Trial Waivers Inadvertently Guarantee Plaintiffs the Option of a California Jury Trial? Squire Patton Boggs (US) LLP
14
Jan
Louisiana Supreme Court to Address Whether Permanently Moored Casinos Are “Vessels” Under Maritime Law Jones Walker LLP
14
Jan
Federal Court Extends TRO to Enjoin Enforcement of California’s Controversial New Independent Contractor Law for 70,000 Independent Truckers Epstein Becker & Green, P.C.
14
Jan
Auto 2.0 Will Test Government Revenue Sources in More Ways Than One Foley & Lardner LLP

Pages

LATEST LEGAL NEWS & ANALYSIS

TRENDING LEGAL ANALYSIS

Upcoming Legal Education Events