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By Jeffrey Brown, Lauren Chee
"The law, in its majestic equality, forbids rich and poor alike to sleep under bridges, to beg in the streets, and to steal their bread." – Anatole France, The Red Lily
By Jeffrey Brown
As we have been reporting, food-product makers have been the subject of various types of unfair advertising or competition claims ...
By Kimberly Bousquet
That Missouri adopted this law is not particularly surprising given the rapid development of animal cell culture food technology.
By Kimberly Bousquet
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration took an unusual step on October 31 by issuing an interpretation of the Food Code regarding the use of liquid nitrogen and dry ice in preparation
By Heather Counts, Carl Rowley
There are three initiatives on Missouri's November 6, 2018, ballot that seek to make medical cannabis legal under Missouri state law.
By Carl Rowley, Heather Counts
Three initiatives on Missouri's November 6, 2018, ballot seek to make medical marijuana or medical cannabis legal under Missouri state law.
By Robert Wallace, Jr.
For this episode we're joined by Kenneth Shropshire, one of the leading thought leaders in today's sporting world.
By Robert Wallace, Jr.
This week's guest, Mike Tannenbaum, Executive Vice President of Football Operations of the Miami Dolphins, epitomizes what After The Buzzer attempts to do.
By Robert Wallace, Jr.
As we are about to begin the college football season, we could think of no better person to kick off our first episode than Josh Whitman, the Director of Athletics for the University of Illinois.
By Mark Sableman
Everyone — including lawyers and judges — likes simple legal rules.
By Mark Sableman
The Internet has clearly changed how we think about facts and truth, as the Stormy Daniels versus President Donald Trump case illustrates
By Aaron D. Lacey
As many in higher education are aware, yesterday, following a long series of lawsuits, opinions, and orders, the "borrower defense rule" promulgated by the U.S. Department of Education on November 1, 2016, took effect.
By Gregory Omer, Sarah Wade, Garrett Fischer, Amina Musa
On September 7, 2018, the Financial Crimes Enforcement Network (FinCEN) issued Ruling FIN-2018-R003 (the "Ruling") to exempt covered financial institutions (CFIs) from the requirement...
By Lauren Chee
Parties to contracts sometimes want it both ways: They want solid, ironclad contracts that can't be altered or disputed, but they also want an escape hatch if it turns out they were defrauded in the formation of the agreement.
By Claire Schenk
Although the Federal Priority Act[1] has been deemed to be "almost as old as the Constitution"[2] itself, its application to priority battles ...
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