MLA is pleased to provide current news and information on various legal and legislative issues through its blogs. These blogs are written and maintained by attorneys and advisors at the firm who are experienced in both of these areas and can provide their insight on relevant issues, trends and their impact on business, government and law.
Government Contracts Advisor
Led by members of the nation’s largest and original government contracts practice, Government Contracts Advisor serves as an informative resource on legal, legislative and industry developments impacting government contractors working in key industry sectors such as aerospace and defense, electronics, communications, information technology, technical services, finance, infrastructure, construction, health care, biodefense, and life sciences. Government Contracts Advisor focuses on a variety of issues including bid protests, compliance and investigations, cyber security, cost accounting, business systems, procurement fraud, suspension and debarment, and terminations and contract restructures, among other relevant topics.
Green Patent Blog
Strong intellectual property protection is essential for success in today’s diverse and dynamic clean tech industry. As green innovation surges ahead and climate change law and policy rapidly evolve, clean tech companies increasingly turn to IP lawyers with considerable industry experience. MLA knows the clean tech industry and is uniquely positioned to provide strategic intellectual property counsel informed by a deep understanding of clean tech industry history and trends. Authored by Intellectual Property and Technology attorney Eric Lane,the Green Patent Blog is dedicated to discussion and analysis of intellectual property issues in clean technology and renewable energy.
Labor Relations Today
As an innovative provider of labor and employment legal services, MLA is strategically positioned to tackle emerging issues in labor law. Labor Relations Today provides in depth analysis, resources, and commentary regarding current issues in labor and employment law. Since its inception, Labor Relations Today has become a leading online community for tracking legislative, executive, and administrative regulatory developments that will significantly impact how companies interact with their employees and labor unions.
Middle Market Money Blog
The Middle Market Money Blog provides insight and guidance into legislation, regulation and trends to assist entrepreneurs and emerging growth companies address corporate finance and regulatory hurdles. MLA’s goal is to help clients understand these laws and emerging regulatory issues and facilitate their access to capital markets.
Pay to Play Law
Few law firms have a foundation in state and federal lobbying compliance, corporate political activities, campaign finance, election law and government ethics. The Political Law team is comprised of attorneys and advisors from our Government Affairs, Corporate, Tax and Litigation practices, many of whom have played significant roles in national political campaigns. The Political Law team’s blog, Pay to Play Law Blog, is dedicated to helping readers understand pay-to-play legislative developments and foster debate around corporate compliance and the direction of future legislation and developments.
Politics, Law and Policy
Authored by a bipartisan group of attorneys and public policy advisors in the firm’s nationally-recognized government affairs practice, the Politics, Law and Policy blog serves as an important resource for those seeking analysis and resources on the impact of federal and state politics and public policies on a wide range of issues and debates, including health care, energy, infrastructure, taxes, transportation, cybersecurity, and campaign and election compliance. The Politics, Law and Policy blog follows law and public policy developments and political campaigns at the state and national levels. It features legal, political and policy insights from attorneys and professionals who have held public office and served as their advisors, including governors, mayors, ambassadors, attorneys general, congressional members, and senior administration officials.