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    Bruce Wagman Presents on Wild Horses and the Law

    Attorney Bruce Wagman will present on the Wild and Free-Roaming Horses and Burros Act and on cases involving the Act. Bruce will go over the statutory language, discuss the interpretation of the law by the courts and the government in the last two decades, and provide his thoughts on the current state of the law in this area.
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    RSHC Recognized as a Top Law Firm for Client Service During the Pandemic

    RSHC is honored to be named by BTI Consulting Group as one of the top law firms that provided outstanding client service during the COVID-19 pandemic. The BTI list recognized law firms that distinguished themselves by eliminating red tape and quickly moving to answer client questions with detailed, pointed advice.
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    RSHC Partner Greg Curtner publishes article on NCAA Supreme Court Case in AmLaw Litigation Daily

    In "Education or Exploitation? Fair or Foul? The NCAA Plays in a Different Court — the Supreme Court," Greg Curtner answers key questions on the legal arguments in Alston.
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    Bruce Wagman panelist at TBA Animal Law Section Webinar

    RSHC attorney Bruce Wagman will be a panelist at the Tennessee Bar Association (TBA)’s From Cruelty to Compassion: Animal Rescue and Animal Law webinar. Topics covered will be a case study involving the discovery and rescue of neglected animals, many in need of immediate medical care, and the corresponding and complex legal consequences of these efforts.
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    Bruce Wagman presents at the California Animal Law Symposium 2021

    RSHC attorney Bruce Wagman will be presenting at the California Animal Law Symposium 2021. At the Symposium, “Exotic Animals: Understanding the Issues and Using Litigation and Legislation to Combat Abuse,” Bruce will discuss the use of exotic animals in entertainment. Other panels will address the overfishing of sharks and rays, ending exotic animal ownership, and the “Tiger King” tragedy.
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    Dave Resnicoff Moderating Government Panel at ACI Special Briefing for Pharma and Medical Device Industries

    RSHC Partner Dave Resincoff will moderate the March 18 “Prosecutorial Perspectives on Recent Settlements, OIG’s Guidance, and Enforcement Priorities for 2021” session at the American Conference Institute (ACI) Special Briefing, Fraud & Abuse in the Sales and Marketing of Drugs & Medical Devices. A panel of top federal healthcare fraud prosecutors will discuss the state of industry compliance, DOJ interpretation of the OIG’s Special Fraud Alert and its impact on future enforcement, industry practices under scrutiny, and potential shifts in priorities under the Biden administration.
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    Raymond Rushing Panelist at BLSA Black Male Legal Summit

    RSHC Associate Raymond Rushing will participate in the engaging conversation, “The State of the Black Male Lawyer,” hosted by the Glenn T. Johnson Chapter of the Black Law Students Association (BLSA) at UIC John Marshall Law School on March 13th. Honored guests will discuss navigating the effects of the pandemic and social injustices occurring in our nation.
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    Greg Curtner co-publishes "Ending Amateurism Would Be Disastrous for Student-Athletes" in The Hill

    In an opinion piece for The Hill, Greg Curtner; James Heckman, Nobel Prize-Winning Economist and University of Chicago Professor; and Colleen Loughlin, PhD economist and Executive Vice President at Compass Lexecon, make a research-based argument for preserving the amateur system.
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    Judges Launch New DEI Program, Patricia Brown Holmes Leads Civil Procedures Session

    The Illinois Judges Association (IJA) and the Illinois Supreme Court Commission on Professionalism (2Civility) are launching a three-part educational series, “Building Confidence in Our Legal System,” aimed at addressing racial disparities and other equity issues in Illinois’ legal system. RSHC Managing Partner Patricia Brown Holmes will lead the March 11 session, “Civil Procedures.”
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    Nick Kahlon presents on “Trade Secrets: Navigating The Wild, Wild West of Protection, Enforcement, and Damages”

    Nick Kahlon will present to the Association of Corporate Counsel on “Trade Secrets: Navigating The Wild, Wild West of Protection, Enforcement, and Damages.” The presentation will include an in depth discussion of successful tactics in trade secrets litigation, damages theories, and complementary tools for effective dispute resolution.
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    The Biden Administration and the Tech Industry by Jack Theis

    In his Built In article, “What Biden Means for Tech,” RSHC Partner Jack Theis discusses the how the Biden Administration’s legislative, regulatory, and enforcement priorities will impact the tech industry, and the proactive steps tech firms can take to prepare. Jack counsels that the tech industry can expect new antitrust legislation, financial services regulation, increased enforcement actions and congressional investigations, and federal data privacy and cybersecurity initiatives.
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    NBA YLD Power Hour with Patricia Brown Holmes

    The National Bar Association Young Lawyers Division (YLD) is spotlighting RSHC Managing Partner Patricia Brown Holmes at their February 25 Power Hour fireside chat. As part of an ongoing series of engaging conversations between young lawyers and established leaders, this Q&A will focus on Judge Holmes’ experience in the legal profession and her advice for those beginning to climb the career ladder.
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    Bruce Wagman and Brandy Kuentzel present on “Community Cats Programs in California” at the California Animal Welfare Association

    RSHC attorney and San Francisco SPCA General Counsel will be discussing what encompasses operating a legally compliant community cat program (CCP) in California. There will be an in depth discussion on the legalities of community cats in California, ways to standardize CCPs across the state to uplift communities who do not yet have them, avoid legal challenges in CCPs communities, and ways to defend CCPs if they are ever legally challenged.
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    RSHC's 2021 Illinois Super Lawyers, Holmes and Safer Receive Top Ranking

    We are proud to announce 12 RSHC attorneys have been selected to the 2021 Illinois Super Lawyers and 2021 Illinois Rising Stars lists. For the 11th time, Patricia Brown Holmes has been ranked a Top 50 Women Super Lawyer. Both Ron Safer and Patricia Brown Holmes have been recognized as Top 100 Illinois Super Lawyers.
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    Deborah Bone and Kelly Warner Offer Insights on Limiting Liability for Remote Learning Providers

    Writing in the tech industry outlet Built In, RSHC Partners Deborah Bone and Kelly Warner offer some best practices for technology platforms to avoid litigation over student data privacy concerns.
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