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By Gregory Mersol
A significant amount of wage and hour class/collective jurisprudence has developed around the issue of whether exotic dancers are employees or independent contractors.
By Tayan B. Patel
This case offers up a good lesson to applicants seeking to secure design patent protection and enforce their rights against third parties.
By Taylor A. Bloom, Alan Friel
A little more than 100 days prior to the effective date of the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA), six amendments (A.B. 25, A.B. 874, AB 1146, A.B. 1202, A.B. 1355 and A.B. 1564)...
By Lindsay Holmes, Lee Rosebush, Lance Shea
FDA Issues Guidance on Fish and Fishery Products – The FDA released a draft guidance "intended to clarify steps that owners of fish and fishery products,...
By Adam Higgins
The negotiated price – which manufacturers say would be de facto price controls – also would extend to the prices of drugs sold through commercial insurance.
By Adam Higgins
Below is the Federal Policy team's weekly preview, posted when Congress is in session. Lawmakers are working on a stopgap spending bill to keep the government funded into at least November.
By Veronica Reynolds
A global cybersecurity company recently reported that cryptomining malware hidden in digital textbook downloads was the second most common type of malware ...
By Simone O. Otenaike
Late last week, one of the nation's leading mortgage companies successfully originated a loan on Provenance, a blockchain platform that reportedly allows lenders to originate,...
By Robert A. Musiala Jr.
According to two recent announcements, Binance, the largest cryptocurrency exchange in the world as measured by trading volume, will launch U.S. operations ...
By Diana J. Stern
This week, R3 and a major multinational financial services company announced a partnership to develop and pilot a cross-border payments solution built on blockchain.
By John Lewis
Recent decisions have cast doubt on the enforcement of arbitration clauses in the context of the interstate transportation of goods
By Dan Pepper
On January 1, 2020, California's new Internet of Things (IoT) Security Law goes into effect. The law is the first IoT-specific security law in the United States and, simply put, requires all IoT
By John M. Mueller
On August 29, 2019, the Director of the USPTO notified the Trademark Public Advisory Committee (TPAC) of the Office's intent to set or adjust trademark
By Joseph S. Persoff
California's Supreme Court has cut off an area of significant potential exposure for California employers by ruling that employees cannot recover unpaid wages...
By Alan Friel, Shea Leitch
As discussed in our previous blog post on the topic, Nevada's amendments to its privacy law are set to go into effect Oct. 1, 2019.
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