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2020 Media Appearances

Ayanna Alexander on Biden’s Racial Justice Policies with Bloomberg Radio

December 30, 2020

Bloomberg Law Social Justice Reporter Ayanna Alexander appeared on Bloomberg Surveillance to discuss President-elect Biden’s vow to reverse President Donald Trump’s policies on matters of racial justice after the killing of George Floyd and the Covid-19 pandemic intensified the political spotlight on those issues.

Stephen Lee on New Greenhouse Gas Standards and the EPA Under President Biden on Bloomberg Radio

December 29, 2020

Bloomberg Law Environment Reporter Stephen Lee appeared on Bloomberg Surveillance to discuss a new rule on Monday to limit greenhouse gas emissions from airplanes. as well as what to expect from the EPA under President Biden and his nominee for administrator of the agency, Michael Regan.

Loren Duggan on the Final Days of the 116th Congress with Federal News Network

December 28, 2020

Bloomberg Government Deputy News Director Loren Duggan looks back on the 116th Congress and ahead to the transition to the 117th Congress with Federal Drive with Tom Temin.

Allyson Versprille on Tax Implications of Stimulus with Bloomberg Radio

December 23, 2020

Senior IRS and Treasury Reporter Allyson Versprille was a guest on Bloomberg Surveillance where she discussed the implications of the recent spending package for the IRS in the month before filing season begins.

Loren Duggan on Stimulus Package with Bloomberg Radio

December 22, 2020

Bloomberg Government Deputy News Director Loren Duggan was a guest on Bloomberg Surveillance where he reported on the House and Senate voting to send President Donald Trump a roughly $900 billion stimulus package, ending months of negotiations on another round of pandemic aid.

Jack Fitzpatrick on Funding Deal on Bloomberg Radio

December 16, 2020

Bloomberg Government Budget Reporter Jack Fitzpatrick was on Bloomberg Surveillance to discuss congressional leaders cutting it close to Friday night’s funding deadline as they continue to negotiate an omnibus spending bill, which could be combined with a coronavirus relief package.

Jeannie Baumann on Covid-19 Vaccine Rollout With Bloomberg Radio

December 15, 2020
Bloomberg Law Medical Research Reporter Jeannie Baumann discussed the rollout of the Pfizer/BioNTech Covid-19 vaccine on Bloomberg Surveillance.

Loren Duggan on Congress’s New Shutdown Deadline with Federal News Network

December 14, 2020
Bloomberg Government Deputy News Director Loren Duggan discusses Congress’s plans to avoid a government shutdown, which may include another round of pandemic relief, with Federal Drive with Tom Temin.

Siri Bulusu on International Provisions of 2017 Tax Law with Bloomberg Radio

December 9, 2020

Bloomberg Tax Reporter Siri Bulusu was a guest on Bloomberg Surveillance where she discussed how the Treasury Department has implemented the international provisions of the 2017 tax law.

Shira Stein Discusses President-elect Biden’s Health Care Picks With Bloomberg Radio

December 8, 2020
Bloomberg Law Health Care Reporter Shira Stein appeared on Bloomberg Surveillance to discuss his health care picks who will be responsible for curbing an increasingly out-of-control pandemic and strengthening and building up the Affordable Care Act.

Emily Wilkins on Georgia Senate Runoff Elections With Bloomberg Radio

December 2, 2020
Bloomberg Government Congressional and Campaigns Reporter Emily Wilkins called into Bloomberg Surveillance from Atlanta where she is covering the upcoming Senate runoff elections that will determine which party controls the Senate.

Jack Fitzpatrick on a Framework Being Reached for a Spending Deal with Bloomberg Radio

December 1, 2020
Bloomberg Government Budget Reporter Jack Fitzpatrick appeared on Bloomberg Surveillance as House and Senate appropriators have agreed to the basic framework of a spending deal to fund the government past December 11, however, the White House has been silent on the deal and House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy opposes it.

Kimberly Robinson on Southern California NPR Affiliate On SCOTUS Census Case

November 30, 2020
Bloomberg Law Supreme Court Reporter Kimberly Robinson appeared on AirTalk with Larry Mantle to discuss a Supreme Court case regarding President Donald Trump’s attempt to exclude people living in the country illegally from the Census and how that could impact California.

Loren Duggan on Congress’s To Do List with Federal News Network

November 30, 2020
Bloomberg Government Deputy News Director Loren Duggan discusses Congress’s plans to keep the federal government funded past December 11 and the status of the National Defense Authorization Act with Federal Drive with Tom Temin.

Jeannie Baumann on Covid-19 Vaccination with Bloomberg Radio

November 25, 2020
Bloomberg Law Health Care Reporter Jeannie Baumann was a guest on Bloomberg Surveillance where she discussed why it is extremely unlikely that states will require universal Covid-19 vaccination and what role schools and employers will play in the effort.

Paige Smith on Holiday Plan Job Restrictions With Bloomberg Radio

November 24, 2020
Bloomberg Law Labor Reporter Paige Smith was a guest on Bloomberg Surveillance where she discussed the kinds of questions employers can ask employees about Thanksgiving and general holiday whereabouts, including travel and personal interactions.

Jacquie Lee On A GAO Report Regarding The FDA & Covid-19 Therapies With Bloomberg Radio

November 18, 2020
Health Care Reporter Jacquie Lee was a guest on Bloomberg Surveillance where she reported on the GAO recommending the FDA be more transparent about the data it uses when deciding which Covid-19 therapies can hit the market.

Ken Doyle on the FEC’s Revival with Bloomberg Radio

November 17, 2020
Campaign Finance Reporter Ken Doyle appeared on Bloomberg Surveillance to discuss the Federal Election Commission getting set for revival after being sidelined during the most expensive election in U.S. history.

Loren Duggan on Congress’s Prelude to Lame Duck Session with Federal News Network

November 16, 2020
Bloomberg Government Deputy News Director Loren Duggan discusses the internal housekeeping items and bills critical to to keep the government functioning that Congress will focus on in the week ahead on Federal Drive with Tom Temin.

Jack Fitzpatrick on Government Funding Deadline With Bloomberg Radio

November 11, 2020
Bloomberg Government Budget Reporter Jack Fitzpatrick was a guest on Bloomberg Surveillance where he discussed how lawmakers are facing a December 11 deadline to fund the government and avert a shutdown, but their partisan differences over the coronavirus response are making it more difficult to agree to an omnibus spending bill.

Lydia Wheeler on Latest Legal Challenge to Obamacare on Bloomberg Radio

November 10, 2020
Bloomberg Law Health Care Reporter Lydia Wheeler reported on the latest Supreme Court case to challenge the Affordable Care Act’s constitutionality in an appearance on Bloomberg Surveillance.

Rob Levinson on FY21 Intelligence Budgets with Federal News Network

November 5, 2020
Bloomberg Government Senior Analyst Rob Levinson discusses a slimmer intelligence budget for the Department of Defense and the Office of the Director of National Intelligence in FY 2021 on Federal Drive with Tom Temin.

Greg Giroux on Status of White House Race with Bloomberg Radio

November 4, 2020

Bloomberg Government Elections Report Greg Giroux appeared on Bloomberg Surveillance to discuss where things stand in the presidential race and the margins in the states that have yet to be called.

Greg Giroux on Today’s Election on Bloomberg Radio

November 3, 2020

Bloomberg Government Elections Reporter Greg Giroux appeared on Bloomberg Surveillance to discuss what to watch for in today’s election and the outlook for the Senate.

Loren Duggan on What’s Ahead for Congress with Federal News Network

November 2, 2020
Bloomberg Government Deputy News Director Loren Duggan discusses Congress’s plans for election week on Federal Drive with Tom Temin.

Ellen Barker Authors FEI Daily Article on CARES Act

November 3, 2020

Bloomberg Tax & Accounting Subject matter Expert Ellen Barker authored an article in FEI Daily on how the 2020 CARES Act could make a company ripe for material weakness if not addressed properly.

Colin Wilhelm on Lame Duck Covid-19 Relief With Bloomberg Radio

October 28, 2020

Bloomberg Tax’s Colin Wilhelm was a guest on Bloomberg Surveillance to discuss the challenges facing Congress if they have to put together another coronavirus aid package during a lame duck session.

Jordan Rubin on Amy Coney Barrett Joining The Supreme Court with Bloomberg Radio

October 27, 2020

Bloomberg Law Supreme Court Reporter Jordan Rubin spoke with Bloomberg Surveillance regarding Amy Coney Barrett joining the Supreme Court as its newest justice just ahead of Election Day as the Court is preparing to weigh in on various election-related disputes and a key argument on Obamacare.

Alex Ruoff On Bloomberg Radio Discussing Republicans’ Claims ACA Is Working Under Their Stewardship

October 21, 2020
Bloomberg Government Health Care Reporter Alex Ruoff appeared on Bloomberg Surveillance to discuss Republicans’ claims that the ACA is working well under Trump and a Republican-controlled Senate in an attempt to undercut Democrats’ central electoral message.

Jack Fitzpatrick on Major Coronavirus Stimulus Bill With Bloomberg Radio

October 20, 2020
In an appearance on Bloomberg Surveillance, Bloomberg Government Budget Reporter Jack Fitzpatrick discussed how Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Treasury Steven Mnuchin continue to try to negotiate a major coronavirus stimulus bill, while Senate Republicans may not be on the same page as the Trump administration.

Loren Duggan on Congress’s Next Stimulus Bill with Federal News Network

October 19, 2020
Bloomberg Government Deputy News Director Loren Duggan discusses what’s head for Congress, including a possible stimulus bill for pandemic response, on Federal Drive with Tom Temin.

Rob Levinson on Civilian Agency Contract Spending with Government Matters

October 15, 2020
Bloomberg Government Senior Analyst Rob Levinson breaks down contract spending in fiscal 2020 and the impact of COVID-19 with ABC’s Government Matters.

David Hood on Bank Reserves With Bloomberg Radio

October 14, 2020
Bloomberg Tax Reporter David Hood appeared on Bloomberg Surveillance to discuss how banks this quarter are expecting to yet again beef up the reserves they have to set aside to cover losses on failing loans, as required by major new accounting rules.

Kimberly Robinson on Confirmation Hearing For Judge Amy Coney Barrett on Bloomberg Radio

October 13, 2020
Bloomberg Law Supreme Court Reporter Kimberly Robinson was a guest on Bloomberg Surveillance, discussing the Senate Judiciary Committee hearing for Judge Amy Coney Barrett and the tenets of originalism and textualism.

Jack Fitzpatrick on President Trump’s Stimulus About Face on Bloomberg Radio

October 7, 2020
In an appearance on Bloomberg Surveillance, Budget Reporter Jack Fitzpatrick of Bloomberg Government reported on President Trump abruptly halting talks on another stimulus bill until after the election.

Cameron Leuthy on Air Force and Space Force Budgets with Government Matters

October 5, 2020
Bloomberg Government Analyst Cameron Leuthy discussed the fiscal 2021 budget requests for the Air Force and Space Force on ABC’s Government Matters.

Loren Duggan on What’s Ahead for Congress with Federal News Network

October 5, 2020
Bloomberg Government Deputy News Director Loren Duggan discussed the continuing resolution for the 2021 fiscal year, a possible pandemic stimulus, the Supreme Court nominee, and other issues facing Congress

Ken Doyle On Tide of Political Ads On Bloomberg Radio

September 30, 2020
Campaign Finance Reporter Ken Doyle of Bloomberg Government discussed how a $13 billion tidal wave of money crashing into the 2020 election, is causing an unprecedented flood of political advertising as a guest on Bloomberg Surveillance.

Perry Cooper On Judge Amy Coney Barrett’s Rulings and Writings on Bloomberg Radio

September 29, 2020
Bloomberg Law’s Perry Cooper appeared on Bloomberg Surveillance to discuss her reporting on how Judge Amy Coney Barrett’s rulings and academic writings might foreshadow how she would rule on issues likely to come before the Supreme Court.

Jack Fitzpatrick On The Passage of A Funding Bill With Bloomberg Radio

September 23, 2020
Bloomberg Government Budget Reporter Jack Fitzpatrick appeared on Bloomberg Surveillance to discuss the House’s passage of a stopgap funding measure through December 11, overcoming a fight over farm and nutrition aid and preparing for a frantic lame duck session at the end of the year.

Madison Alder On Supreme Court Size With Bloomberg Radio

September 22, 2020

Judiciary Reporter Madison Alder appeared on Bloomberg Surveillance to report on how Democrats are beginning to feel pressure from the left to consider expanding the size of the Supreme Court in the wake of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s death. something easier said than done.

Loren Duggan on Continuing Resolution for FY21 with Federal News Network

September 21, 2020
Bloomberg Government Deputy News Director Loren Duggan discussed the continuing resolution for the 2021 fiscal year taking shape in Congress on Federal Drive with Tom Temin.

Roxana Tiron on the National Defense Authorization Act with Federal News Network

September 17, 2020
Bloomberg Government Senior National Security Reporter Roxana Tiron discussed the differences in the House and Senate versions of the National Defense Authorization Act on Federal Drive with Tom Temin.

Travis Tritten on Pentagon And Climate Change With Bloomberg Radio

September 16, 2020

Senior Defense Reporter Travis Tritten appeared on Bloomberg Surveillance to discuss how the Pentagon, which has been studying how climate change will affect its readiness, but military leaders are now reticent to use the term, wary of crossing President Trump who has labeled it a Chinese hoax.

Jack Fitzpatrick On Stimulus Legislation With Bloomberg Radio

September 15, 2020
Bloomberg Government Budget Reporter Jack Fitzpatrick joined Bloomberg Surveillance to discuss the status of the coronavirus stimulus legislation as little time remains for negotiations as lawmakers aim to pass a funding stopgap before leaving Washington.

Jacquie Lee On Bloomberg Radio on Covid-19 Vaccine

September 9, 2020
Bloomberg Law Health Care Reporter Jacquie Lee was a guest on Bloomberg Surveillance where she discussed the latest developments related to a Covid-19 vaccine and a concern among health leaders that President Trump is pushing the FDA to cut corners in the approval process.

Emily Wilkins on Congress’s To-Do List With Bloomberg Radio

September 8, 2020
Bloomberg Government Congressional Leadership reporter Emily Wilkins was a guest on Bloomberg Surveillance where she discussed Congress returning from its Labor Day recess with a to-do list that includes preventing a government shutdown and attempting to negotiate another Covid-19 stimulus package.

Jack Fitzpatrick on Congress’s Continuing Resolution Talks with Federal News Network

September 8, 2020
Bloomberg Government Budget Reporter Jack Fitzpatrick discussed Congress’s continuing resolution negotiations, as well as a new pandemic response bill, with Federal Drive with Tom Temin.

Allyson Verpsrille On Payroll Tax Deferral With Bloomberg Radio

September 1, 2020

Senior IRS and Treasury Reporter Allyson Versprille appeared as a guest on Bloomberg Surveillance to discuss President Trump’s payroll tax deferral taking effect with many companies poised to pass on the benefit because they still have unanswered questions.

Loren Duggan on Congress’s Plans For the End of the Fiscal Year with Federal News Network

August 31, 2020
Bloomberg Government Deputy News Director Loren Duggan discussed Congress’s plans for the last month of the fiscal year, including funding for the U.S. Postal Service and appropriations bills, with Federal Drive with Tom Temin.

Jeannie Baumann on FDA Commissioner Walking Back Comments Regarding Coronavirus Treatment On Bloomberg Radio

August 26, 2020

Medical Research Reporter Jeannie Baumann appeared on Bloomberg Surveillance to discuss FDA Commissioner Stephen Hahn recently walking back comments he made at a White House press conference on the benefits of convalescent plasma.

Victoria Graham on Companies Urging FTC To Seek Rehearing in Qualcomm Case on Bloomberg Radio

August 25, 2020

Antitrust Reporter Victoria Graham appeared on Bloomberg Surveillance to discuss a group of companies, including automakers Honda and Ford, urged the Federal Trade Commission to seek a rehearing in an antitrust case the government lost against chipmaker Qualcomm Inc.

Laura Criste on Zero Trust with Federal News Network

August 21, 2020
Bloomberg Government Federal Market Analyst Laura Criste discussed the zero trust IT networks that a growing number of agencies are evaluating with Federal Drive with Tom Temin.

Emilie Burnette on State Tax Survey With FEI Daily

August 19, 2020
Emilie Burnette, Practice Lead, State Tax Analysis and Content, discussed the key takeaways from the 2020 Bloomberg Tax & Accounting State Tax Survey in an interview in FEI Daily.

Sam Skolnik on Technology, Privacy Concerns of Online Bar Exams on Bloomberg Radio

August 19, 2020

Courtney Rozen on Transit Shifts Due to Covid-19 on Bloomberg Radio

August 18, 2020

Loren Duggan on Forthcoming Congressional Legislation with Federal News Network

August 17, 2020
Bloomberg Government Editorial Director Loren Duggan discussed what issues Congress may take up next with Federal Drive with Tom Temin.

CPA Practice Advisor Reviews Bloomberg Tax & Accounting’s Fixed Assets

August 12, 2020

Ally Verpsrille on Payroll Taxes and President Trump’s Executive Order on Bloomberg Radio

August 12, 2020

Amanda Iacone Discusses PPP Fallout On Bloomberg Radio

August 11, 2020

Dan Snyder on Defense Guidelines for Contractors with Government Matters

Director of Government Contracts Analysis Dan Snyder discussed what guidance the Defense Department has issued to contractors and what to watch with defense spending in the fourth quarter on ABC’S Government Matters.

Jeannie Baumann on Bloomberg Radio On Covid-19 Treatments

Medical Research Reporter Jeannie Baumann discussed emerging treatments for Covid-19 patients on Bloomberg Surveillance.

Allyson Versprille Discusses New IRS Regulations With Bloomberg Radio

Senior IRS and Treasury Reporter Allyson Versprille was a guest on Bloomberg Surveillance where she reported on new IRS regulations that crack down on the use of planning strategies hedge funds and private equity funds set up to doge rules restricting their managers’ ability to pay less tax on some of their pay.

Loren Duggan on the Week Ahead in Congress with Federal News Network

Bloomberg Government Editorial Director Loren Duggan discussed the Senate’s plans as they return this week, as well as the 2021 budget, with Federal Drive with Tom Temin.

Jack Fitzpatrick On Stimulus Talks With Bloomberg Radio

Budget Reporter Jack Fitzpatrick called into Bloomberg Surveillance with an update on the fast-moving negotiations on Capitol Hill regarding another coronavirus relief package.

Shira Stein on Drug Pricing with Bloomberg Radio

Shira Stein, health care reporter for Bloomberg Law, appeared on Bloomberg Surveillance and provided insights on President Trump’s new executive orders related to efforts to lower drug prices, which many see primarily as a move to repair his standing with voters on health care.

Dan Snyder on Government Contracting in FY20 and FY21 with Federal News Radio

Director of Government Contracts Analysis Dan Snyder discussed larger government contracts emerging by end of fiscal 2020 and early into FY 2021 with Amtower Off Center.

Travis Tritten on Space Force with Federal News Radio

Bloomberg Government Senior Defense Reporter Travis Tritten discussed details of states vying to become the new Space Force’s home with Federal Drive with Tom Temin.

Maeve Allsup on Black Shoppers and Harassment With Bloomberg Radio

Legal Reporter Maeve Allsup appeared on Bloomberg Surveillance and discussed how major retailers have frequently been accused of racially profiling, harassing, and illegally arresting Black shoppers, who have brought those claims to court and faced uphill battles due to how federal courts interpret civil rights law.

Madison Alder on Threats Faced By Federal Judges on Bloomberg Radio

Judiciary Reporter Madison Alder discusses how a shooting at a federal judge’s home highlights the risks for judges outside court in an appearance on Bloomberg Surveillance.

Loren Duggan on Stimulus Bills with Federal News Radio

Bloomberg Government Editorial Director Loren Duggan discussed the week ahead for Congress, including different stimulus bills from the House and Senate, with Federal Drive with Tom Temin.

Shira Stein on CDC’s Covid-19 Survey with Bloomberg Radio

Health Care Reporter Shira Stein was a guest on Bloomberg Surveillance where she discussed a CDC nationwide survey to understand how many people in the U.S. have already had Covid-19.

Jordan Rubin On The Death Penalty And The Courts With Bloomberg Radio

Bloomberg Law Supreme Court Reporter Jordan Rubin appeared on Bloomberg Surveillance where he discussed the current state of the death penalty in the U.S. and at the U.S. Supreme Court.

Chris Cornillie on Cancellation of Alliant 2 with Federal News Radio

Bloomberg Government Federal Markets Analyst Chris Cornillie discussed the GSA’s cancellation of its Alliant 2 small business program and its possible replacement on Federal Drive with Tom Temin.

Kimberly Robinson on SCOTUS Rulings With Southern California NPR Station

Bloomberg Law Supreme Court Reporter Kimberly Robinson appeared as a guest on Air Talk with Larry Mantle on KPCC Radio on the Supreme Court issuing a mixed verdict on demands for President Trump’s financial records that will keep his tax returns, banking and other documents out of the public eye for the time being.

Ellen Gilmer on Dakota Access Pipeline on WNYC

Ellen Gilmer appeared on WNYC’s The Takeaway on the Trump administration being dealt a major blow when a district court said the Dakota Access Pipeline must shut down by August 5th.

Loren Duggan on Congress’s Agenda with Federal News Radio

Bloomberg Government Editorial Director Loren Duggan discussed the House of Representatives’ two weeks of committee work, including appropriations for fiscal 2021 and another possible stimulus bill, with Federal Drive with Tom Temin.

Dan Snyder on the BGOV200 with Federal News Radio

Director of Government Contracts Analysis Dan Snyder discussed key findings from the BGOV200 on Federal Drive with Tom Temin.

Lydia Wheeler on SCOTUS Ruling with Obamacare Impact on Bloomberg Radio

Lydia Wheeler, health care reporter at Bloomberg Law, was a guest on Bloomberg Surveillance today where she provided insights related to a Supreme Court ruling that has nothing to do with health care but could signal how the court will rule when Obamacare comes before the court next term.

Courtney Rozen on TSA Screening Protocols With Bloomberg Radio

Bloomberg Government Transportation Reporter Courtney Rozen appeared on Bloomberg Surveillance where she discussed how the TSA is balancing security with public health in screening airline passengers.

Sam McQuillan Discusses Unforeseen Beneficiaries of State Tax Production Credits with Bloomberg Radio

Bloomberg Tax Reporter Sam McQuillan discussed his months-long investigation into how the biggest U.S. corporations and high-net-worth individuals have emerged as some of the primary beneficiaries of state tax breaks intended to attract the production of movies, TV series, and commercials as a guest this morning on Bloomberg Surveillance.

Shira Stein on Trump Administration’s Push to Increase U..S. Drug Manufacturing With Bloomberg Radio

Bloomberg Law Reporter Shira Stein appeared on Bloomberg Surveillance to discuss the Trump administration’s push to increase U.S.-based manufacturing of drugs and devices after shortages during the Covid-19 pandemic due to overseas productions., a lofty undertaking that will require undoing 30 years of offshoring and will take several federal agencies, years of jumping through regulatory hoops, and hundreds of millions of dollars.

Loren Duggan on Congress’s Agenda with Federal News Radio

Bloomberg Government Editorial Director Loren Duggan discussed the forthcoming agenda for Congress’s long agenda, including topical issues like DC statehood and police reform, on Federal Drive with Tom Temin.

Amanda Iacone on Bloomberg Radio Discussing Switch To Remote Auditing

Bloomberg Tax Accounting Reporter Amanda Iacone was a guest on Bloomberg Surveillance, where she discussed how the largest U.S. accounting firms are adjusting to have to switch to remote auditing.

Robert Iafolla On Efforts To Defund the Police On Bloomberg Radio

Robert Iafolla, labor reporter for Bloomberg Law, appeared on Bloomberg Surveillance to discuss police unions’ ability to block measures to “defund the police.”

Jeannie Baumann on States’ Public Health Funding and Covid-19 with Bloomberg Radio

Jeannie Baumann, health care reporter for Bloomberg Law, appeared on Bloomberg Surveillance to discuss her reporting that decades of cuts in public health funding have crumbled the nation’s public health infrastructure, leaving health departments without the tools and the people they needed to respond to the Covid-19 pandemic.

Jack Fitzpatrick on House Appropriations with Federal News Radio

Bloomberg Government Budget Reporter Jack Fitzpatrick discussed what’s head for Congress with regard to appropriations for the 2021 fiscal year on Federal Drive with Tom Temin.

Joseph Bailey and Shaina Lippman On Asset Impairment in FEI Daily

Bloomberg Tax & Accounting’s Shaina Lippman and Joseph Bailey bylined an article in FEI Daily on Covid-19’s impact on financial reporting and the corporate balance sheet.

Shaun Courtney on President Trump and Antifa with Bloomberg Radio

Homeland Security Reporter Shaun Courtney discusses President Trump’s calls for Antifa to be named a domestic terror organization and why that might distract from the threats from ISIS and white supremacists as a guest on Bloomberg Surveillance

Greg Giroux on Today’s Elections on Bloomberg Radio

Bloomberg Government Elections Reporter Greg Giroux appeared on Bloomberg Surveillance and previewed the primary elections taking place today in seven states, one of the busiest days of voting on the calendar.

Colin Wilhelm on Next Covid-19 Relief Package with Bloomberg Radio

Colin Wilhelm, Bloomberg Tax Capitol Hill Reporter, was a guest on Bloomberg Surveillance where he weighed in on the next coronavirus relief package and what Democrats and Republicans hope to see in the bill.

Loren Duggan on What’s Ahead For Congress with Federal News Radio

Bloomberg Government Editorial Director Loren Duggan discussed Congress’s long agenda, including a possible fourth stimulus bill, on Federal Drive with Tom Temin.

Alex Ruoff on Opening Hospitals for Elective Care with Bloomberg Radio

Bloomberg Government Health Care Reporter Alex Ruoff was a guest on Bloomberg Surveillance where he discussed health care issues amid Covid-19, including the prospect of hospitals re-opening for elective procedures.

Ken Doyle On Covid-19, Campaign Ads, and the 2020 Election with Bloomberg Radio

Bloomberg Government’s Ken Doyle discusses the Covid-19 pandemic’s on campaign advertising and the lack of transparency for online ads as the 2020 election approaches as a guest on Bloomberg Surveillance.

Sara Hansard on Health Insurers and Covid-19 with Bloomberg Radio

Bloomberg Law’s Sara Hansard appeared on Bloomberg Surveillance to discuss health insurers, who are doing well so far this year because medical care that has been deferred due to hospital shutdowns for non-Covid-19 care as well as patients’ lower use of everything from emergency rooms to check-up visits — outweighing costs from Covid-19 treatments.

Paige Smith on Legal Issues For Businesses Cutting Pay on Bloomberg Radio

Bloomberg Law’s Paige Smith looks at what attorneys are telling businesses looking to cut pay during the coronavirus pandemic as a guest on Bloomberg Surveillance.

Loren Duggan on Potential Return of Congress with Federal News Radio

Bloomberg Government Editorial Director Loren Duggan discussed the return of the Senate, the House’s plans for return, and potential additional emergency legislation related to Covid-19 on Federal Drive with Tom Temin.

Kimberly Robinson On NPR Discussing The Second Week of SCOTUS’s Arguments By Phone

May 11, 2020
Bloomberg Law Supreme Court Reporter Kimberly Robinson appeared on Air Talk with Larry Mantle to discuss the second week of the Supreme Court’s arguments by phone with cases on employment discrimination, President Trump’s taxes and presidential electors.

Valerie Bauman on Gilead’s Covid-19 Treatment with Bloomberg Radio

Senior Health Care Reporter Valerie Bauman discussed Gilead Sciences and its Covid-19 treatment remdesivir on Bloomberg Surveillance.

Courtney Rozen on Covid-19’s Impact on Frontline Transportation Workers with Bloomberg Radio

Bloomberg Government Transportation Reporter Courtney Rozen reports on the devastating impact Covid-19 is having on frontline transportation worker, many of whom are minorities, on Bloomberg Surveillance.

Rob Levinson on Navy Budget with Federal News Radio

Bloomberg Government Senior Analyst Rob Levinson discussed the Navy’s spending with Federal Drive with Tom Temin.

Shira Stein With Bloomberg Radio On The Sidelining of Trump Administration’s Health Policy Priorities

Bloomberg Law’s Shira Stein was on Bloomberg Surveillance today to discuss how the coronavirus outbreak has forced the Trump administration to at least temporarily delay its plans to finalize and carry out some of its key health policy plans.

Dan Snyder on Government Contracting Landscape with Federal News Radio

Director of Government Contracts Analysis Dan Snyder discussed government contracting opportunities with Federal Drive with Tom Temin.

Loren Duggan on Covid-19 Stimulus with Federal News Radio

Bloomberg Government Editorial Director Loren Duggan discussed the latest Covid-19 stimulus bill on Federal Drive with Tom Temin.

Erin Mulvaney on Lawsuits for Contracting Coronavirus the Job on Bloomberg Radio

Bloomberg Law Senior Legal Reporter Erin Mulvaney appeared on Bloomberg Surveillance reporting on the hurdles faced by workers who contract Covid-19 at work when it comes to suing their employers.

Leslie Pappas on Potential Uptick in Bankruptcies on Bloomberg Radio

Bloomberg Law Correspondent Leslie Pappas appeared on Bloomberg Surveillance reporting on the U.S. bankruptcy system, which risks being overwhelmed by a wave of previously healthy companies hurt by the coronavirus seeking relief all at once in the months ahead.

Jack Fitzpatrick on Covid-19 Legislation on Bloomberg Radio

Bloomberg Government Budget Reporter Jack Fitzpatrick appeared on Bloomberg Surveillance where he discussed potential forthcoming Congressional legislation for Covid-19 relief.

Michael Bologna on Covid-19’s Impact on State Revenue Programs on Bloomberg Radio

Bloomberg Tax Correspondent Michael Bologna appeared on Bloomberg Surveillance to share insights from his story on things states might do to restructure their revenue programs to minimize downside risks and nurture revenue recoveries when normal economic activity resumes.

Loren Duggan on What’s Ahead for Congress with Federal News Radio

Bloomberg Government Editorial Director Loren Duggan discussed Covid-19 relief and other forthcoming legislation on Federal Drive with Tom Temin.

Brenna Goth on Arizona’s About-Face on Essential Businesses on NPR’s All Things Considered

Bloomberg Government State Correspondent Brenna Goth was on NPR’s All Things Considered discussing Arizona Governor Doug Ducey’s (R) about-face on barber shops and beauty salons being deemed essential businesses.  

Sam McQuillan Discusses Tourism’s Decline Due to Covid-19 & The Impact on States’ Coffers

Bloomberg Tax’s Sam McQuillan was a guest on Bloomberg Surveillance where he weighed in on how the precipitous falloff in tourism due to the Covid-19 pandemic is adversely impacting states that depend on taxes from travel and gaming to fund their budgets

Dan Stoller on Covid-19 Privacy Risks for Schools and Educators

Privacy and Data Security Reporter Dan Stoller was a guest on Bloomberg Surveillance where he discussed the coronavirus pandemic creating privacy risks for schools and education technology companies that rushed to implement tools to avoid cancelling the school years.

Valerie Bauman on Health Care Regulation Changes in Response to Covid-19 with Bloomberg Radio

Health Law Reporter Valerie Bauman was on Bloomberg Surveillance to discuss the Trump administration rolling out changes to health care regulations in response to the Covid-19 pandemic, temporarily eliminating red tape to make it easier for health workers on the front lines to deliver critically needed care.

Dan Snyder on Government Contracting Guidance for Covid-19 with Federal News Radio

Director of Government Contracts Analysis Dan Snyder discussed Bloomberg Government’s guidance for federal contractors taking on work related to Covid-19 on Federal Drive with Tom Temin.

Amanda Iacone On Balance Sheets’ Return to Prominence on Bloomberg Radio

Financial Accounting Reporter Amanda Iacone appeared on Bloomberg Surveillance to discuss investors increasing focus on balance sheets – how much cash companies have in the bank, what credit lines they could draw down, and what debt they owe – in this period of economic uncertainty.

Loren Duggan on Congress’s Covid-19 Relief Bill with Federal News Radio

Bloomberg Government Editorial Director Loren Duggan discussed what’s included for federal agencies in the recent Covid-19 relief legislation on Federal Drive with Tom Temin.

Jack Fitzpatrick on Stimulus for Federal Agencies with Government Matters

Bloomberg Government Budget Reporter Jack Fitzpatrick appeared on ABC’s Government Matters to discuss the new stimulus deal for federal agencies.

Jeannie Baumann Discussing Covid-19 Therapies and Vaccines with Bloomberg Radio

Medical Research Reporter Jeannie Baumann was a guest on Bloomberg Surveillance where she discussed the need for the biotech industry to move now on ramping up manufacturing for Covid-19 therapies and vaccines to prevent patients from seeing delays in accessing these treatments.

Jack Fitzpatrick on Status of Coronavirus Relief Legislation with Bloomberg Radio

Bloomberg Government Budget Reporter Jack Fitzpatrick appeared on Bloomberg Surveillance where he discussed the status of the coronavirus relief legislation making its way through Congress.

Jordan Rubin on Bloomberg Radio Discussing Covid-19 Impact on the Supreme Court

Bloomberg Law Supreme Court Reporter Jordan Rubin appeared on Bloomberg Surveillance to discuss how the Supreme Court is managing the coronavirus threat, including delaying arguments and working remotely.

Jeannie Baumann on COVID-19 Vaccine with Bloomberg Radio

Bloomberg Law health care reporter Jeannie Baumann joined Bloomberg Surveillance to discuss the latest developments in a vaccine for COVID-19.

Ken Savell on Best Practices for E-Filing in CPA Practice Advisor

Senior Tax Analyst Ken Savell bylined an article in CPA Practice Advisor on best practices to help avoid e-filing tax return problems.

Chris Opfer on Unions & 2020 Election and AFL-CIO Lawsuit with Bloomberg Radio

Bloomberg Law Deputy Team Lead Chris Opfer joined Bloomberg Surveillance to discuss unions’ role in the 2020 elections and a new lawsuit by the AFL-CIO against the Trump administration.

Genevieve Douglas on Challenges for Companies Safeguarding Workers Amid Coronavirus

Bloomberg Law Reporter Senior Elections Reporter Genevieve Douglas appeared on Bloomberg Surveillance where she discussed the risks and compliance employers but balance as coronavirus spreads.

Dan Snyder on Government Contracting in 2020 with Government Matters

Director of Government Contracts Analysis Dan Snyder appeared on ABC’s Government Matters to discuss the biggest trends in government contracting this fiscal year.

Greg Giroux on Super Tuesday’s Congressional Primaries with Bloomberg Radio

Bloomberg Government Senior Elections Reporter Greg Giroux appeared on Bloomberg Surveillance where he discussed what to look for in Super Tuesday’s Congressional Primaries.

Nancy Ognanovich on What’s Ahead for the Senate with Government Matters

Bloomberg Government Congressional Leadership Reporter Nancy Ognanovich appeared on ABC’s Government Matters to discuss what’s ahead for the U.S. Senate.

Loren Duggan on What’s Ahead for Congress with Federal News Radio

Bloomberg Government Editorial Director Loren Duggan discussed what to expect from Congress this week, including helping with staff shortages at airports, on Federal Drive with Tom Temin.

Roxana Tiron and Travis Tritten on the FY21 Military Budget with Government Matters

Bloomberg Government Senior National Security Reporter Roxana Tiron and Senior Defense Reporter Travis Tritten appeared on ABC’s Government Matters to discuss what Congress thinks about the FY21 military budget request and what that means for future Pentagon plans.

Kimberly Robinson on NPR Discussing Upcoming SCOTUS Cases

Bloomberg Law Supreme Court Reporter Kimberly Robinson appeared on KPCC’s AirTalk with Larry Mantle to discuss the biggest cases the justices will hear in the coming months.

Nancy Ognanovich on Key Issues for Congress with Bloomberg Radio

Bloomberg Government Congressional Leadership Reporter Nancy Ognanovich appeared on Bloomberg Surveillance where she discussed issues that the Senate may take up, including infrastructure.

Keshia Clukey On New York’s Plastic Bag Ban with WUTQ Radio

Correspondent Keshia Clukey discussed New York’s forthcoming ban on single-use plastic bags with Talk of the Town.

Cheryl Bolen on Government AI Risks with Bloomberg Radio

Bloomberg Law White House Correspondent Cheryl Bolen appeared on Bloomberg Surveillance where she discussed the risks and opportunities that come with the growing use of artificial intelligence in the federal government.

Sara Hansard on Employers’ Health Care Costs on Bloomberg Radio

Bloomberg Law Health Care Reporter Sara Hansard appeared on Bloomberg Surveillance where she discussed the cost of providing health care to the nation’s 160 million employees with employer-sponsored insurance, which showed signs of moderating in 2018, compared to the general economy.

Jack Fitzpatrick on the Federal Budget with Federal News Radio

Bloomberg Government Budget Reporter Jack Fitzpatrick discussed the White House’s 2021 budget and Congress’s reaction on Federal Drive with Tom Temin.

Jon Reid on T-Mobile-Sprint Merger with Bloomberg Radio

Bloomberg Law telecom reporter Jon Reid appeared on Bloomberg Surveillance, discussing T-Mobile and Sprint clearing their biggest hurdle to close their $26.5 billion merger after the companies prevailed in a multi-state lawsuit seeking to block the deal. While the merger is likely to go through this year, the companies still need approval from California’s telecom regulator in order to operate in the state.

Jack Fitzpatrick on Trump Administration’s FY 2021 Budget Request on Bloomberg Radio

Bloomberg Government’s Jack Fitzpatrick appeared today on Bloomberg Surveillance where he discussed President Donald Trump’s fiscal 2021 budget request, which calls for ditching the bipartisan budget caps agreement reached last year, cutting domestic spending for the Departments of Health and Human Services, Housing and Urban Development and Education, among others. But its projections to slash the deficit rely on GDP growth estimates that are far beyond mainstream projections.

Emily Wilkins on the State of the Union with Bloomberg Radio

Bloomberg Government Congressional Leadership reporter Emily Wilkins was a guest on Bloomberg Surveillance, where she discussed President Trump’s State of the Union address.

Greg Giroux on the Iowa Caucus with Bloomberg Radio

Bloomberg Government Senior Elections Reporter Greg Giroux was a guest on Bloomberg Surveillance, where he discussed the Iowa caucus.

Loren Duggan on What’s Ahead for Congress with Federal News Radio

Bloomberg Government Editorial Director Loren Duggan discusses what to expect from Congress this week on Federal Drive with Tom Temin.

Michaela Ross on DHS Oversight of Coronavirus with Bloomberg Radio

Bloomberg Government Reporter Michaela Ross was a guest on Bloomberg Surveillance, where she discussed lawmakers’ concerns over the Department of Homeland Security’s plans to protect Americans from coronavirus.

Chris Cornillie on Federal IT Spending with Government Matters

Bloomberg Government Federal Markets Analyst Chris Cornillie discussed trends in federal IT spending on Government Matters.

Colin Wilhelm on Infrastructure Legislation With Bloomberg Radio

Bloomberg Tax Capitol Hill Reporter Colin Wilhelm was a guest this morning on Bloomberg Surveillance, where he discussed the House Ways and Means Committee revisiting the toughest part of crafting a major infrastructure package: figuring out how to pay for it.

Ryan Sheehan on Bonus Depreciation in Industry Today

Bloomberg Tax Senior Product Manager Ryan Sheehan bylined an article in Industry Today on the impact of bonus depreciation on the manufacturing industry.

Jordan Rubin on New SCOTUS Rule with Bloomberg Radio

Supreme Court Reporter Jordan Rubin appeared on Bloomberg Radio to discuss the Supreme Court’s new rule giving advocates two uninterrupted minutes to argue their cases before they are interrupted by questions from the justices.

Loren Duggan on the Launch of Senate Impeachment with Federal News Radio

Bloomberg Government Editorial Director Loren Duggan discusses the launch of the Senate impeachment trial on Federal Drive with Tom Temin.

Keshia Clukey on The Week in Albany on WCNY Radio

Correspondent Keshia Clukey discussed the news of the week from the state capitol in Albany on Capitol Pressroom.

Dan Snyder on Federal Contracting in 2020 with Federal News Radio

Director of Government Contracts Analysis Dan Snyder discussed federal contracting in 2020 on Federal Drive with Tom Temin.

Keshia Clukey on WMHT on Governor Cuomo’s Upcoming Address

Correspondent Keshia Clukey appeared on the PBS station’s program New York Now to preview Governor Cuomo’s annual Budget Address.

Emily Wilkins on Impeachment with Bloomberg Radio

Bloomberg Government Congressional Leadership Reporter Emily Wilkins was a guest on Bloomberg Surveillance where she discussed what to expect from the U.S. Senate on impeachment.

Nancy Ognanovich on Impeachment with Bloomberg Radio

Bloomberg Government Congressional Leadership Reporter Nancy Ognanovich was a guest on Bloomberg Surveillance where she discussed the logistics of impeachment in the U.S. Senate.

Dean Scott on Phoenix NPR Affiliate on Uranium Mining

Bloomberg Environment Reporter Dean Scott appeared on KJZZ Radio to discuss the ongoing debate surrounding new uranium mining around Grand Canyon National Park.

Alex Ruoff on Health Care Spending with Bloomberg Radio

Bloomberg Government Health Care Reporter Alex Ruoff was a guest on Bloomberg Surveillance where he discussed administration spending in health care.

Loren Duggan on Congress’s Return from Recess with Federal News Radio

Bloomberg Government Editorial Director Loren Duggan discusses what’s ahead for Congress on Federal Drive with Tom Temin.
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