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By Diane Romza-Kutz
A recent Illinois court decision involving medical cannabis is a perfect example of the growing chasm between federal and state regulation.
By Gregory Omer
In addition to formal regulations, informal federal regulatory guidance has become commonplace in the world of banking law.
By Gary Wexler
During 2017, the California Office of Environmental Health Hazard Assessment (OEHHA) added nine compounds to its list of chemicals that product manufacturers are required by law to disclose to consumers.
By Diane Romza-Kutz, Fredric Roth V
Homeopathic medicine has long occupied a niche in American culture. Since 1988, with the issuance of the Compliance Policy Guide, § 400.400, ...
By John Howard, Kenneth J. Farris
On Jan. 9, 2018, the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) announced a new voluntary episode-payment program...
By Kimberly Bousquet
When faced with consumer litigation, food and beverage companies routinely point to the ingredient list in defense of front-of-package false advertising claims.
By Diane Romza-Kutz, Fredric Roth V
Today, Jan. 4, 2018 – just four days after recreational cannabis became legal in California – Attorney General Jeff Sessions rescinded the long-standing "Cole Memorandum" issued in 2013 ...
By Jason Thein, Lacey Searfoss
On December 22, 2017, President Trump signed into law what is commonly known as the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act — perhaps a holiday gift for some or a lump of coal for others
By Mark Sableman
Internet disputes are often resolved through correspondence. But effective dispute-resolving correspondence often differs from what most people think of as "cease-and-desist letters," "lawyer letters" or "nastygrams."
By Mark Sableman
You may think there is one simple hard-and-fast rule of copyright law: You cannot transfer a copyright without a written instrument signed by the copyright owner. It's right there in section 204 of the Copyright Act.
By David Warfield
In a blow to certain distressed companies, the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017 eliminates the ability of taxpayers to carry back net operating losses ("NOLs") ...
By Halpin Burke
One of our many valued sweepstakes clients is Subway®. We've had the pleasure of working with Subway® on local and regional sweepstakes, and employee incentive programs for several years.
By Anthony Blum
The topic of sovereign immunity has been raised a number of times in recent months in inter partes review ("IPR") proceedings.
By Jayna Rust
Do you have agreements with the government or with anyone who does business with the government? Or are you affiliated with anyone who does business with the government?
By Edwin Harvey, Emilee Hargis
Agreements to refrain from soliciting another company's employees ("no poaching" agreements) recently came under increased scrutiny — including the ominous potential for felony charges.
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