17 January 2018 / Birmingham, MI Mapping the Route ... Current Trends Impacting Automotive Suppliers
Join automotive industry executives January 17, 2018, at the Townsend Hotel in Birmingham, Michigan, as Foley & Lardner presents its 2018 Auto Show Program: Mapping the Route . . . Current Trends Impacting Suppliers.
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18 January 2018 / New York, NY Let's Go to the Game
Please join us for a roundtable discussion led by industry experts who will discuss two timely topics impacting the sports and technology industries today.
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18 January 2018 / Webinar PTAB - A Year in Review
Please join Foley attorneys, George Beck, Andrew Cheslock, and Steve Maebius, as they discuss the year’s major developments and how they may impact practice before the PTAB going forward.
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04 January 2018 Fredericksen Discusses Trump’s Potential Obstruction Charges for Reasoning Behind Russia Meeting During Presidential Campaign
Partner Scott Fredericksen was interviewed for a CBS Evening News story, “Wolff Book: Trump Spokesman Quit Over Response to Trump Tower Meeting,” discussing whether the Trump administration’s initial false reason for a meeting with the Russian government during the 2016 presidential campaign constituted obstruction of justice.
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01 January 2018 Overly Quoted in Law360 about Cybersecurity and Privacy Predictions for 2018
Partner Mike Overly was quoted in a Law360 article, “Cybersecurity & Privacy Predictions for 2018,” about what the new year will bring for cybersecurity and privacy.
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01 January 2018 Grigorian Quoted in Law360 about Hot Practice Areas for 2018
Partner Chris Grigorian was quoted in a Law360 article, “The 4 Hottest Practice Areas for 2018,” about how the autonomous vehicle industry is continuing to pose new public policy questions and legal issues for corporations in the automotive space.
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Super Bowl Tickets
Standing Still: Fan Gets Second Chance to Bring Precarious NY/NJ Super Bowl Ticket Case

Recently, the Third Circuit U.S. Court of Appeals turned the switch on a fan’s seemingly dormant class action suit against the National Football League concerning its 2014 Super Bowl Ticket Distribution Policy.

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