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31st National Forum on Consumer Finance Class Actions and Government Enforcement
31ST NATIONAL FORUM ON CONSUMER FINANCE CLASS ACTIONS AND GOVERNMENT ENFORCEMENT
July 23-24, 2019
Today, consumer financial services companies face a broad range of threats exclusive to this industry, and they require representation that appreciates the nuances this arena requires. Attend this conference to meet and re-connect with peers, and learn from leading industry decision-makers, counsel ...

FST Government Victoria 2019
FST GOVERNMENT VICTORIA 2019
July 24-24, 2019
Once dismissed as a technology ‘laggard’, the Victorian Government has done much to reform its image as a bit player in among Australia’s digital progressive governments. With the state’s digital economy expected to generate more than $50 billion for the economy by 2020 ...

Alex Miller Government Affairs, LLC

Alex Miller Government Affairs, LLC is a full-service government affairs and political consulting firm representing a diverse group of clients before the North Carolina legislature, executive branch, administrative agencies and the federal government.

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Tucked among the provisions in the budget bill passed by Congress on Friday are new rules about how FEMA, the Federal Emergency Management Agency, works with houses of worship. According to the new law, religious nonprofits can’t be excluded from disaster aid just because of their religious nature, which had been the agency’s policy in certain contexts prior to January....
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Senate Efforts Will Focus on Promoting New Yorkers’ Safety as State Observes 15 Years Since the September 11th Attacks. Senate Majority Leader John. J. Flanagan today announced the creation of the Senate Majority Task Force on Counterterrorism and Public Protection and appointed Senator Thomas Croci (R, Sayville) as Chair...
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Federal prosecutors from the U.S. Attorney's office and the SEC are investigating blood-testing start-up Theranos over whether it misled investors, sources told The Wall Street Journal Monday. Clients like Walgreens were subpoenaed about how Theranos described its technologies and progress to investors and government officials, the Journal reported. These early subpoenas do not indicate that prosecutors are actively seeking indictment, the Journal reported, though misleading government official...
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EVENTS

FST Government Victoria 2019
FST GOVERNMENT VICTORIA 2019
July 24-24, 2019
Once dismissed as a technology ‘laggard’, the Victorian Government has done much to reform its image as a bit player in among Australia’s digital progressive governments. With the state’s digital economy expected to generate more than $50 billion for the economy by 2020 ...

31st National Forum on Consumer Finance Class Actions and Government Enforcement
31ST NATIONAL FORUM ON CONSUMER FINANCE CLASS ACTIONS AND GOVERNMENT ENFORCEMENT
July 23-24, 2019
Today, consumer financial services companies face a broad range of threats exclusive to this industry, and they require representation that appreciates the nuances this arena requires. Attend this conference to meet and re-connect with peers, and learn from leading industry decision-makers, counsel ...