Tag Archives: US Congress

WEBINAR: Federal Privacy Legislation: Within Reach After a Decade of Debate. If So, What Next?

During this Lexology Masterclass webinar, Squire Patton Boggs Partners and Public Policy Team members Beth Goldstein and Jeff Turner, along with privacy litigator and Partner Kristin Bryan, will discuss one of the most critical pieces of privacy legislation in years, the American Data Privacy and Protection Act (ADPPA). This game-changing privacy legislation not only has potential … Continue Reading

Looking Ahead at the US Economy and Transatlantic Relations Under Biden-Harris Administration – Conversation with EU AmChams

In early December 2020, former US Speaker of the House John Boehner (Republican-Ohio) and former Chairman of the US House Democratic Caucus Joe Crowley (Democrat-New York) spoke to a group of EU AmChams, representing Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Czech Republic, Estonia, Hungary, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia and Spain, on their views of the Biden-Harris economic agenda, how … Continue Reading

Redefined by COVID-19 and Shaped by Current Events: What’s Ahead for US Federal Appropriations

How has COVID-19 altered the US federal appropriations process? What steps is Congress taking to adopt must-pass fiscal year 2021 spending bills? Will the United States experience another government shutdown this year? Attention in Congress will soon turn to the annual appropriations process and passage of fiscal year 2021 spending bills.  In addition to funding … Continue Reading
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