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Liza L.S. MarkPartner

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Alberto de la PenaPartner

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Matthew Fry

Matthew L. FryPartner

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Ann Al-Bahish

Ann L. Al-BahishPartner

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Adrian C AzerPartner

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Charles Beckham, Jr.

Charles A. Beckham, Jr.Partner

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  • Canada


William Cecil

William CecilPartner

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Bernard Clark, Jr.

Bernard F. Clark, Jr.Partner

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Matthew Thomas DeffebachPartner

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Jason HabinskyPartner

  • Labor and Employment
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James Markus

James MarkusPartners

  • Finance

Ben Mesches

Ben L. MeschesPartner

  • Appellate


Laura O'Donnell

Laura E. O'DonnellPartner

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Gilbert Porter

Gilbert D. PorterPartners

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Timothy Powers

Timothy E. PowersManaging Partner

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Suzanne Trigg

Suzanne A. TriggPartner

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Mini Kapoor

Mini Kapoor, Ph. D.Associate

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Jennifer Kreick

Jennifer S. KreickAssociate

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April 2020

Podcast: Reopening for Business - Considerations During COVID-19

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April 2020

Podcast: Navigating the CARES Act

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April 2020

Podcast: Keep Calm and Notary On

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April 2020

Podcast: The Constantly Changing Business and Legal Landscape Due to COVID-19

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April 2020

Webinar: Bias and Discrimination in the U.S. During Times of Crisis

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June 2018

Webinar on GDPR Compliance and Data Protection Laws in Argentina, Brazil and Mexico

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January 2013

Payment Support Mechanisms: Webinar II - Bank Guarantees, Letters of Credit and Surety Bonds

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January 2013

Payment Support Mechanisms: Webinar I - Corporate Guarantees and Indemnities

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March 2012

WEBINAR: Private Capital Quarterly Energy - An Analysis of Fracing Developments

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Raquel Alvarenga in HR Magazine: ‘Fully Vaccinated Workers May Need COVID-19-Related Accommodations’
Haynes and Boone, June 2021

Haynes and Boone, LLP Counsel Raquel Alvarenga talked with HR Magazine about continued COVID-19-related accommodations for vaccinated employees.Below is an excerpt:Many businesses have developed policies on providing reasonable accommodations to employees who refuse to get a COVID-19 vaccine for religious or disability-related reasons. Employers shouldn't forget that fully vaccinated workers may need accommodations, too.In recently updated guidance, the U.S...

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David McCombs, Eugene Goryunov, Dina Blikshteyn and Roy Falik in Bloomberg Law: ‘COVID Testing and Patentability’
Haynes and Boone, March 2021

In September 2020, a team of MIT researchers published a paper in the IEEE Open Journal of Engineering in Medicine and Biology, testing the hypothesis that coronavirus carriers—even asymptomatic ones—could be accurately detected using artificial intelligence (AI) based on only a phone recording of a forced cough.If this hypothesis is correct, the COVID-19 test can be accessible to people worldwide. This is because it can be programmed into a mobile application, which can then be installed by millions of people on their smartphones...

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Adrian Azer and Michael Scanlon in Claims Journal: ‘Another COVID-19 Worry: What is My Deadline to File Suit?’
Haynes and Boone, January 2021

When the scope of the COVID-19 pandemic became apparent in March 2020, an avalanche of articles appeared in which many insurers took the position that there was no coverage for losses associated with the SARS-CoV-2 virus due either to a lack of physical loss or damage to property necessary to trigger coverage under most commercial property policies, or to the effect of virus exclusions found in many such policies. Law firms representing policyholders pushed back, bringing to the attention of insureds the body of case law finding physical loss to property when a dangerous physical condition or social perception thereof prevents an insured from fully using its property as intended...

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Practical Strategies to Limit Premises Liability Claims Involving COVID-19
Haynes and Boone, September 2020

Businesses that open their doors to customers, guests, and other visitors during the pandemic must be vigilant, not only to keep their premises safe to those who enter, but also to avoid lawsuits by individuals who claim they contracted COVID-19 on business premises. The legal landscape surrounding such claims is still somewhat uncertain: Plaintiffs are just beginning to test potential legal theories in this specific context and, with congressional negotiations regarding the next coronavirus stimulus package at a current impasse, the availability of a federal immunity remains unknown...

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China Releases Circular on Further Stabilizing Foreign Trade and Foreign Investment
Haynes and Boone, August 2020

On August 12, 2020, the State Council of the People’s Republic of China (“State Council”) released theCircular on Further Stabilizing Foreign Trade and Foreign Investment(the “Circular”), in which the Chinese government announced 15 policies aiming to protect foreign trade entities and to keep supply chains stable against the economic fallout of the unabated COVID-19 pandemic. A few key points of the Circular include: 1. Facilitate foreign trade flows and business travel to China...

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