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With the rise of Big Tech and social media, privacy advocates have rung the alarm on how these large organizations treat their users’ data. Outside of a few lawmakers, this issue never gained traction on Capitol Hill or in the White House, until now. The introduction of the bipartisan American Privacy and Data Protection Act, as well as new regulat…
 
Another election year, another ballot cycle in Colorado. In this episode, Brownstein’s Sarah Mercer, David Meschke and Denver Donchez talk about the state’s ballot measure process and what voters can expect in this even-year election.โดย Brownstein Hyatt Farber Schreck
 
May 9 marked the start of the bicameral conference to negotiate the House-passed USICA and Senate-passed COMPETES Act—both designed to counter China’s growing global influence and improve U.S. competitiveness. Brownstein’s Government Relations team sits down to discuss this rarely used political practice, possible roadblocks, the timeline and the p…
 
The $1.2 trillion Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act is a once-in-a-generation investment in the nation’s infrastructure. With state and local politics increasingly driving national outcomes, our state Government Relations team takes a deep dive into how these funds trickle down from federal coffers to state and local projects from coast to coa…
 
With President Biden’s policy plans largely stalled in Congress, we’re seeing the administration’s priorities materialize in the regulatory world. Our Government Relations team dissects one of most controversial rules proposed by the Securities and Exchange Commission: the new regulations surrounding reporting of climate impacts by public companies…
 
The implementation of the $1.2 trillion bipartisan Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act represents the largest infusion of infrastructure funds in a generation. With so much funding up for grabs, road bumps are to be expected. Our federal Government Relations team discusses what implementation of this historic bill looks like, what will get funde…
 
As gridlock on Capitol Hill continues, state and local politics become more and more relevant every election cycle. With 36 of 50 states holding gubernatorial elections this year, governors are largely shaping national policy on issues ranging from COVID mandates and crime to education policy and infrastructure repairs. Tune in as our State Governm…
 
Even as more states legalize cannabis, it is still federally prohibited despite attempts from a bipartisan group of lawmakers to pass industry-friendly legislation. In this panel discussion, Shareholder Melissa Kuipers Blake and Policy Directors Drew Littman and Brian Wild swap insights on the status of federal legislation including the SAFE Bankin…
 
Based in California, the White Buffalo Land Trust is a leader in an international regenerative agriculture movement. Shareholder Beth Collins joins its Founder and President Steve Finkel and Director of Land Stewardship Jesse Smith to discuss the acquisition of 1,000 acres on the Gaviota Coast in Santa Barbara County and their plans to preserve hab…
 
Colorado is the latest state with its own comprehensive data privacy law. Tune in to hear about the legislative debates before the bill became law, why nuances and differences among state and international privacy laws will make compliance difficult for some companies, what rules and regulations may shape the Colorado privacy landscape in the comin…
 
President Biden’s health care agenda has come into focus after the release of his FY 2022 budget request. However, most of the proposals outlined by the president are unlikely to pass through a deeply divided congress. In this segment, Brownstein’s government relations team discusses all the latest activity on health care including which provisions…
 
With President Biden reaching 100 days in office this Friday, his administration’s China policy apparatus is nearly solidified. In this segment, the Brownstein government relations team discusses the latest activity on China policy, from developments on Capitol Hill to Pennsylvania Avenue, as well as how bipartisan focus on US-China relations could…
 
Infrastructure’s name appears to have been finally called in Washington, D.C., as congressional Democrats and the Biden administration set their sights on passing a multi-trillion dollar plan. In this podcast, Brownstein’s government relations team provides real-time analysis on where negotiations stand and deliberates potential sticking points to …
 
A unified Democratic government will recalibrate the focus of state attorneys general. Alissa Gardenswartz joins Stan Garnett and a recent addition to the Brownstein team, former U.S. Senator and Arkansas Attorney General Mark Pryor, to discuss new issues state AGs are likely to focus on and how heightened partisanship in Washington, D.C. may influ…
 
In 2021, more than 17 states so far have introduced some form of privacy-related legislation, and there’s likely more to come. Shareholders Alissa Gardenswartz and David Hale discuss Virginia’s imminent Consumer Data Protection Act and other state laws poised for passage, the legislative volley over a federal privacy statute, lessons learned from o…
 
With the tumultuous 2020 election season behind us, a panel of Brownstein's Health Care group and additional experts from the health care industry discuss potential changes to key health care laws, the future of health care cost containment and telehealth, policy updates on COVID-19, and how these elements will impact the health care industry and b…
 
The past year brought privacy and data security issues into sharper focus for many companies. Shareholders Alissa Gardenswartz and David Hale discuss the privacy and cybersecurity landscape and what’s on the horizon for companies in 2021. They cover how companies should approach privacy compliance in the wake of developments around the GDPR and the…
 
Upon President-elect Joe Biden’s inauguration, there will be a Democrat-controlled government for the first time since 2011. Mark Begich moderates a conversation with Al Mottur, Greta Joynes and LaKeitha Anderson to unpack how the 117th Congress, controlled by the narrowest of margins, and new administration will change policy, politics and process…
 
Climate policy was an integral part of President-elect Joe Biden's campaign platform, and his administration will evaluate an unprecedented number of issues through an environmental lens. Brownstein’s government relations team provides insight into which decision-makers in Biden’s orbit will play a key role on climate issues, what immediate actions…
 
President-elect Joe Biden has pledged to expand “Buy American” policies, but what balance will Biden strike between domestic manufacturing and U.S. trade policy? In this segment, former Sen. Mark Begich moderates a discussion between Lori Harju and former Rep. Ed Royce to discuss how trade policy under Biden will compare to President Trump, and wha…
 
When President-elect Joe Biden is inaugurated on Jan. 20, 2021, there will be immediate and long-term implications for U.S. policy across the board. From potential day-one executive actions to Biden’s near-term legislative priorities, the Brownstein team discusses how the first 100 days of the new government may unfold and what opportunities will e…
 
The impact of the pandemic on states is very real as state legislatures across the country experience budget shortfalls. Sarah Mercer, Kristina Kleist and Kristin Lee from the firm’s State Government Relations practice discuss how Colorado, Nevada, New Mexico and Wyoming have navigated federal and state relief funding so far and what to expect goin…
 
There’s been no shortage of interest in the top of the ticket in the 2020 election, but there’s much at stake down ticket as well at the state level. Shareholders Sarah Mercer and Brin Gibson from the firm’s State & Local Legislation & Policy Group break down races to watch at the gubernatorial, attorney general and state legislature level that cou…
 
California continues to break new ground in consumer protection regulation, having just established the new Department of Financial Protection and Innovation, or “mini-CFPB,” as well as being poised to pass yet another sweeping data privacy law on Nov. 3. Shareholders Jonathan Sandler, Alissa Gardenswartz and Sarah Auchterlonie break down these dev…
 
The House China Task Force recently issued a report with hundreds of policy recommendations to counter current and emerging threats from China. In this segment, the Brownstein government relations team analyzes which recommendations are likely to be prioritized next cycle, and advises on the significant impact new policies may have on companies and…
 
With a number of reauthorization bills outstanding, a potential omnibus appropriations bill on the horizon, and economic stimulus negotiations ongoing, the days and months following Nov. 3 will be active and consequential. Drew Littman moderates a conversation with Bill McGrath, Brian Wild and Nadeam Elshami to provide informative analysis on possi…
 
Both candidates in the upcoming presidential election have indicated changes to tax policy will be a priority, yet there is a stark contrast in their proposed approaches to altering corporate, international and individual provisions in the tax code. In this podcast, Brownstein’s National Tax Policy Group, in the style of The McLaughlin Group, forec…
 
On October 8, Brownstein’s Health Care industry group hosted a panel discussion with industry experts about what the election, the Affordable Care Act challenge before the Supreme Court and policy trends mean for the future of health care and industry transactions. The discussion includes a pre-election assessment on further COVID aid legislation, …
 
With ballots printed and the election less than a month away, Sarah Mercer and David Meschke unpack what’s on the Colorado ballot and the current political climate. They cover the strength of the state’s mail-in ballot process, Congressional races and judicial retention elections and the details of all the initiatives and measures that made it on t…
 
Any one U.S. senator can prevent a bill from receiving a vote. The procedure that grants that ability, known as the filibuster, has a well-documented history in the Senate of preserving the rights of the minority party. Should there be a Democratic majority in the next Senate, many political analysts speculate the filibuster could be in jeopardy. O…
 
Former Vice President Joe Biden and Sen. Kamala Harris (D-CA) are officially the Democratic nominees for president and vice president. In this segment, Drew Littman talks with Al Mottur, Carmencita Whonder and Brian McGuire to discuss the importance of the vice presidential pick historically and its significance this year. The team also covers the …
 
Colorado Attorney General Phil Weiser joins Brownstein shareholders Alissa Gardenswartz and Sarah Mercer for a discussion about the future of antitrust enforcement, ensuring consumer protection while supporting innovation and issues arising from the pandemic, including price gouging and evictions.โดย Brownstein Hyatt Farber Schreck
 
With the passing of the Aug. 3 deadline for signature gathering for citizen-initiated ballot measures in Colorado, Sarah Mercer and David Meschke discuss what initiatives are already on the ballot, what they expect to make it on the ballot and notably what will not make it on the ballot this year. They also cover online signature gathering and touc…
 
The COVID-19 pandemic has required city planning departments to change how they manage development projects. Brownstein Shareholder Jamie Thalgott brings together Alfredo Melesio, City of North Las Vegas Assistant City Manager, Michael Tassi, City of Henderson Director of Community Development and Services, and Robert Summerfield, City of Las Vegas…
 
With the presidential election fewer than four months away, former Vice President Joe Biden has opened up a sizable lead in national polling over incumbent President Donald Trump. But how should these numbers be interpreted? Will both national and swing-state polling diverge from actual results this November as they did in 2016? Drew Littman modera…
 
On June 23, Brownstein’s Health Care industry group convened a roundtable of health care professionals and experts to discuss the health care business climate during and post COVID-19. The discussion includes trends across different health care sectors, an update from Brownstein’s Washington, D.C. team, False Claims Act issues associated with COVID…
 
Brownstein Shareholder Diane De Felice joins Lauri Moffet-Fehlberg, senior principal at Dahlin Group Architecture, for a discussion on challenges and opportunities in new construction versus the existing built environment following the COVID-19 pandemic. They also cover how innovation such as apps tied to design responses—like new bike lanes, mappi…
 
In this episode of Brownstein’s What’s Next Nevada, Shareholder Mitch Langberg is joined by Ellen Schulhofer and Rich Benenson from Brownstein’s leadership team. They discuss lessons learned as business leaders during the COVID-19 pandemic and how those can be applied as businesses reopen, goal setting, the importance of input from all levels of a …
 
Americans will cast their votes in the 2020 presidential election in less than five months, drawing an unprecedented election cycle to a close. The year, so far, has tested the ability of campaigns to adapt and meet the moment, as the nation continues to battle the COVID-19 global pandemic and grapple with recent protests. Drew Littman moderates a …
 
In this episode of Brownstein’s What’s Next Colorado—a podcast series devoted to the legal, political and business issues companies will face as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic—Shareholders Sarah Mercer and Tal Diamant discuss Gov. Jared Polis’ announcement that Colorado restaurants may begin to reopen for in-person dining. They cover general res…
 
This episode of Brownstein’s What’s Next podcast series—devoted to the legal, political and business issues companies will face in the weeks and months to come as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic—focuses on the liability risks of making inaccurate statements related to the current crisis. Brownstein Shareholders Mitch Langberg, Greg Brower and Ali…
 
In the first episode of Brownstein’s What’s Next Colorado—a podcast series devoted to the legal, political and business issues companies will face in the weeks and months to come as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic—Brownstein Shareholders Sarah Mercer, Doug Friednash and Melissa Kuipers Blake discuss where Colorado is at right now from a state and…
 
In the inaugural episode of Brownstein’s What’s Next Nevada, Brownstein Shareholders Mitch Langberg, Frank Flansburg and Rebecca Miltenberger discuss how the COVID-19 crisis has triggered contract issues such as force majeure clauses and other challenges to performance, how that has impacted business over the last several months and what happens if…
 
As developers try to navigate the ever-changing world of COVID-19 and its impact on balancing sustainability with new health concerns, Brownstein Shareholder Diane De Felice joins Lauri Moffet-Fehlberg, senior principal at Dahlin Group Architecture for a series of discussions on how design is adapting. Their first episode covers how the pandemic ma…
 
In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, Nevada Gov. Steve Sisolak issued a Declaration of Emergency, and Congress has passed a series of measures intended to mitigate the impact of the crisis in the U.S. Greg Brower and Neal Tomlinson discuss how these actions will affect businesses in Nevada. The call was moderated by Kristina Kleist.…
 
In episode No. 2 of the Colorado Women’s Chamber of Commerce podcast powered by Brownstein’s Women’s Leadership Initiative, Brownstein Shareholder and CWCC Board Member Sarah Mercer hosts Amber McReynolds, CEO for the National Vote At Home Institute and Coalition and former Director of Elections for the City and County of Denver. Sarah and Amber di…
 
As technology continues to evolve at a rapid pace, the ability to protect these technologies from cyber attacks is more critical than ever. From artificial intelligence and cryptocurrency to the nation’s infrastructure, targets for sophisticated cyber attackers are only multiplying. Mark Begich sits down with Al Mottur and Greta Joynes to discuss h…
 
The federal government is contending with state legislatures across the country implementing laws governing the classification of workers. Many of these laws restrict who can be classified as an independent contractor as opposed to an employee, impacting multiple industries, including those within the “gig economy.” Geoff Burr, Radha Mohan and Will…
 
Sarah Mercer and David Meschke discuss Colorado citizen ballot initiatives for the 2019-2020 cycle. They compare the volume of initiatives this cycle to the previous cycle, identify hot topics they’re seeing from the current initiatives, remind us what’s already on the ballot, summarize other initiatives moving through the process and point out key…
 
With the Iowa Caucus nearly underway, the nation will be watching closely to see how candidates fare in their first real test. Drew Littman moderates a discussion with Nadeam Elshami, David Reid and Brian Wild to provide fresh analysis on the current state of the presidential race and offer insight into likely outcomes in Iowa and how these results…
 
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