Crowell & Moring LLP is pleased to release its “2016 Litigation & Regulatory Forecasts: What Corporate Counsel Need to Know for the Coming Year.” The reports examine the trends and developments that will impact corporations in the coming year—from the last year of the Obama administration to how corporate litigation strategy is transforming from the inside out. This year will bring remarkable change for companies, as market disruptions and the speed of innovation transform industries like never before, and the litigation and regulatory environments in which they operate are keeping pace.

In our Litigation Forecast, we examine the latest litigation developments impacting corporations, such as our report on the California complex court program, the increasing caseload at the Patent Trial and Appeal Board, and how government agencies are showing an increasing willingness to litigate antitrust cases. We spotlight trends impacting industry areas from government contracts to health care, and we provide our fourth-annual jurisdictional analysis that spotlights the data trends that can help shape complex litigation strategy.

Crowell & Moring’s Regulatory Forecast provides an in-depth analysis of a range of issues impacting U.S. and international businesses, from the intensified regulatory impact of President Obama’s final year, to best practices and new developments in compliance, and an in-depth look at how the California drought has heightened questions about dealing with scarce natural resources. In this special edition, be sure to visit our roundtable on managing crisis PR, as well as a range of industry insights covering areas from consumer products to cybersecurity, and from energy to health care. We hope that you will find this report useful and welcome your feedback.

Please visit our Forecast site for full articles, as well as issue updates and event invitations throughout the year at

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