As the U.S. celebrated another Constitution Day on Sept. 17, Frank Donatelli, McGuireWoods Consulting executive vice president and director, reflected on a speech given by President Ronald Reagan 31 years ago, on the 200th anniversary of the ratification of the Constitution.
Robert Wasinger, senior vice president on McGuireWoods Consulting’s federal public affairs team, was quoted in a Sept. 17 cover story by CQ Magazine.
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Greg Walden, partner at McGuireWoods and senior advisor with McGuireWoods Consulting, recently discussed legal concerns, ethical considerations and policy around autonomous vehicles with the Corporate Counsel Business Journal.
In a Sept. 10 opinion piece for The Hill, McGuireWoods Consulting executive vice president and director, Frank Donatelli, compares the upcoming midterm elections and modern politics to a heavyweight fight.
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Following the House vote last Friday, the Senate returned to Raleigh on Monday to vote on House Bill 3 and House Bill 4, which rewrite two of the six constitutional amendments appearing on the ballot this November. The legislature returned for the special session after a three-judge panel deemed the initial descriptions misleading and not fit to appear on the ballot. Both bills passed through the Senate with votes mostly among party lines.
Unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) technology is poised to revolutionize businesses across industries and fulfill consumer demands for new and innovative ways to receive goods and services. Like any new and developing technology, it also presents unique challenges.
The Legislature returned to Raleigh for a Special Session today at 10 AM. Legislative leaders called the session to rewrite descriptions of two constitutional amendment descriptions that were denied by a three-judge panel earlier in the week.
An overview of the upcoming week in Congress from the McGuireWoods Consulting Federal Public Affairs Team.
The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) recently proposed to expand its site-neutral payment policy to clinic visits.
The House of Representatives approved the first major change to federal regulation of the over-the-counter drug industry in 40 years.