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Trump 2019: What To Expect in Tax Regulations
As part of our Trump 2019: What To Expect series, Carina Federico, associate in Crowell & Moring’s Tax Group and a former trial attorney at the DOJ Tax Division and deputy associate counsel for the White House, discusses what to expect in the new year in tax regulations.
Discussed in this 12-minute podcast:
Updates on the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA).
What organizations should do when they need tax guidance.
Potential changes to the tax regulatory review process.
Trump 2019: 3 Things To Expect in Health Care in 2019
As part of our Trump 2019: What To Expect series, Jerrica Mathis, director in Crowell & Moring’s Government Affairs Group, and Traci Vitek, senior policy director with the firm, sit down to discuss what we can expect Congress and the White House to focus on in 2019 regarding health care.
Discussed in this 24 minute podcast:
Health care plans and how they are marketed.
Drug pricing proposals.
Trump: The First Year - What to Expect from Congress and the White House in the Rest of 2017
As part of our Trump: The First Year series, Jim Flood, chair of Crowell & Moring’s Government Affairs Group, and Scott Douglas, senior director of policy with the firm, sit down to discuss what we can expect Congress and the White House to focus on for the remainder of the year. Jim has previously served as counsel to Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer and Scott as a finance director for Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell.
Discussed in this 26 minute podcast:
Tax reform: where it is now and what we expect to happen, as well as the politics and economics that are driving the discussion.
Health care: what bills are on the table beyond Affordable Care Act reform.
NDAA: what is likely to happen.
Funding, nominations, and foreign policy.
Predictions on what Congress is likely to achieve by the end of 2017.
Trump: The First Year - Energy Infrastructure under the Trump Administration
In the latest podcast for Crowell & Moring’s “Trump: The First Year” series, Richard Lehfeldt, partner in the firm’s Energy Group, and Diana Jeschke, counsel in the group, sit down to discuss energy infrastructure issues under the Trump Administration. Richard previously worked as counsel for the Energy and Power Subcommittee of the House Energy and Commerce Committee. Diana was an attorney advisor to administrative law judges Carmen Cintron and David Coffman at the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission.
Discussed in this 16-minute podcast:
An overview of energy infrastructure.
Who makes decisions about energy infrastructure, where does the funding originate, and what factors go into those decisions.
An overview of distributed generation and microgrids.
Case studies: NYU and the Princeton University, and what lessons to take from them.
Trump: The First Year - The Future of Chevron Deference
In the latest podcast for Crowell & Moring’s “Trump: The First Year” series, David Chung, partner in the firm’s Environment & Natural Resources Group, and Carlton Greene, partner in the International Trade Group, sit down to discuss the future of Chevron deference and how that doctrine relates to the Trump administration's goal of deconstructing the administrative state. Prior to joining the firm in 2015, Carlton served as chief counsel of FinCEN and also worked for OFAC at the Dept. of the Treasury. David’s practice focuses on litigation and regulatory counseling involving natural resources development and environmental issues.
Covered in this 22-minute podcast:
An overview of Chevron deference and recent developments.
How much flexibility and power agencies have when invoking Chevron deference.
The future of Chevron deference.
Possible implications of eliminating Chevron deference.
Trump: The First Year - U.S. Objectives for Negotiating NAFTA
The U.S. released its negotiating objectives for NAFTA on July 17. In the latest podcast for Crowell & Moring’s “Trump: The First Year” series, Robert Holleyman and John Brew, both partners in the firm’s International Trade Group, discuss the objectives and the key takeaways. Robert previously served as Deputy U.S. Trade Representative and as a counsel for the U.S. Senate. John’s practice focuses on customs, and he has extensive experience in import and export trade regulation.
Discussed in this 17-minute podcast:
An overview of NAFTA.
What the U.S. hopes to accomplish in areas such as trade in goods, digital trade, intellectual property, procurement, currency, and others.
The high stakes around the rules of origin and how revisions may impact the region.
How trade remedies will play into NAFTA and what the fate of Chapter 19 dispute resolution might look like.
What businesses with operations or trade interests in Mexico and Canada should do now.