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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
7
May
COVID-19 Dramatically Delays U.S. Passport Renewals, Disrupts Travel Jackson Lewis P.C.
7
May
Impact of COVID-19 on F-1 Students Seeking OPT Mintz
7
May
Universities Sued for Closing Campuses Amidst COVID-19 Crisis Jackson Lewis P.C.
7
May
Secretary DeVos Rejects Calls for Waivers – School Districts Must Comply with IDEA and Section 504 Dinsmore & Shohl LLP
7
May
U.S. Department of Education Releases Additional Details on CARES Act Funds for Minority Serving Institutions, Institutions Serving Low-Income Students and Other Institutions with the Greatest Unmet Coronavirus Needs, and State Discretionary Grants Faegre Drinker
7
May
U.S. Department of Education Issues Final Title IX Regulations Reflecting Major Changes for Handling Campus Sexual Misconduct Faegre Drinker
7
May
OFCCP’s Ombuds Service Now Open For Business Proskauer Rose LLP
7
May
National Governors Association Recommends Increased Oversight of Colleges and Universities after COVID-19 Wiggin and Dana LLP
7
May
President Trump Moves to Secure U.S. Power Grid from Foreign Adversary Threats K&L Gates
7
May
BREAKING NEWS: No EEO-1 Reporting in 2020 Jackson Lewis P.C.
6
May
Navigating the Tuition Refund Class Action Pierce Atwood LLP
6
May
Railroad Commission of Texas Votes Against Mandatory Oil Production Cuts Hunton Andrews Kurth
6
May
“Where’s My Refund” – In Defense of Colleges and Universities Sued for the Return Fees and Tuition Polsinelli PC
6
May
California Attorney General’s Misclassification Suit Against Ride Share Companies Sets the Stage for a November Showdown Epstein Becker & Green, P.C.
6
May
With Most State Capitols Closed, Some States Press Forward on Clean Energy Legislation Mintz
6
May
Regulating Microplastics in Drinking Water: California Retains its Vanguard Status Hunton Andrews Kurth
6
May
Presidential Order Creates Big Questions For Utility Industry Womble Bond Dickinson (US) LLP
5
May
New Hampshire’s COVID-19 ‘Stay at Home Plan 2.0’ on Reopening Businesses Jackson Lewis P.C.
5
May
DOT Publishes Answers to FAQ Regarding COVID-19 Guidance Keller and Heckman LLP
5
May
President Orders National Security Review for Certain Electric System Equipment Van Ness Feldman LLP

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