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    Blog: The Nickel Report

    Power to Launch: Creation of Federal-State Offshore Wind Implementation Partnership

    Yesterday, June 23, 2022, The Biden Administration announced the launch of a Federal-State Offshore Wind Implementation Partnership (“Partnership”) to expedite and foster the growth of wind energy, tackle the climate crisis, strengthen American energy security, and achieve the goal of deploying 30 gigawatts (GW) of offshore wind by 2030.  Key parties in the Partnership include the White House... The post Power to Launch: Creation of Federal-State Offshore Wind Implementation Partnership appeared first on The Nickel Report. Continue Reading

    Blog: ALTIUS Blogs

    WEBINAR VIDEO | Digital Law Series #16: Keeping up with GDPR

    During this session, our presenters Jan Clinck and Anne-Sophie Raxhon, will have a closer look at, amongst other things: ECJ’s verdict regarding class actions against infringements of personal data protection rules Advice of Belgian DPA regarding the whistle-blower directive implementation European Commission’s proposal for a regulation on the European Health Data Space (EHDS) Highlights of the latest decisions of the Belgian DPA

    Blog: Antitrust Update

    GlaxoSmithKline Faces Antitrust Suit Over Alleged Inhaler “Hop”

    Missouri resident Elliot Conrad Dale recently filed an antitrust lawsuit against GlaxoSmithKline (“GSK”), claiming GSK employed a “device hopping” scheme to ensure uninterrupted patent and regulatory protection for its brand-name asthma inhalers Ventolin and Arnuity Ellipta.  The complaint, filed in the Western District of Missouri on behalf of putative nationwide and state antitrust classes, alleges [...]

    Blog: Project Law Blog

    Alberta Court of Appeal Rules that Federal Impact Assessment Act is Unconstitutional

    On May 10, 2022, the Alberta Court of Appeal handed down its decision on the constitutionality of the federal Impact Assessment Act (the “IAA”). The decision, rendered pursuant to a reference to the Court by the Alberta government, held that the IAA and its associated Physical Activities Regulations (the “Regulations”) are unconstitutional as they go beyond the ...

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