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By Frederick Ball, Lisa Clark, Stephen Honig, Jennifer Kearns, Johann Yi-Der Lin, Ph.D., Jiazhong (Jason) Luo, Vicki Norton, Ph.D., Ryan Smith, Ph.D.
Since the 2018 Farm Bill passed in December 2018, removing hemp from the Controlled Substances Act and thus legalizing it under federal law, consumer goods containing the hemp-derivative cannabidiol
By Jonathan Segal
For many years, I have written the ongoing tale, the Jewish Guy Who Wears A Chai, about the potential minefields HR professionals must navigate during the holiday season.
By Vincent Capuano
One of the more active areas in the patenting of cannabis technology in 2019 is the related fields of cannabis extraction and cannabinoid purification.
By Giles T. Cooper
Only a tiny proportion of already-approved solar projects may qualify for Vietnam's next feed in tariff (FiT 2) according to draft opinions from the MOIT.
By Brad A. Molotsky
On Friday, December 6th, the IRS/Treasury delivered to the White House's Office of Management and Budget (OMB)
By Patricia Hofstra
As physician practices, health care entities, private equity and venture capital firms consider physician practice investments and acquisitions
By John M. Simpson
On December 2, Bill 156 was introduced in the Legislative Assembly of Ontario, Canada, entitled the "Security from Trespass and Protecting Food Safety Act, 2019
By Justus Getty
While it's hard to believe that more than a month has passed since the 2019 Power & Renewables Summit in Austin, Texas, the Duane Morris Green IP Blog
By Seth Goldberg
Banking has been an impediment for the cannabis industry because the Bank Secrecy Act of 1970 (BSA) and related regulations―which seek to prevent money laundering and other financial crimes...
By Jonathan Segal
Amorous relationships between bosses and subordinates are fraught with risk. Boards need to deal with the issue head-on to protect employees, the company, shareholders and themselves.
By Neville Bilimoria
Providers in the long term care industry often ask me whether they should sign on with their local accountable care organization ("ACO").
By Frederick Ball, Justin M. L. Stern
On November 25, 2019, the U.S. Food & Drug Administration (FDA) announced that it had issued warning letters to 15 U.S.
By Rick Hyman
In two recent posts I discussed (i) the structure of unitranche facilities and their growing acceptance in the market and (ii) the uncertainty inherent in these facilities...
By Oliver Massmann
Der private Partner (das Projektunternehmen) ist ein Special Purpose Vehicle (SPV), welches durch eine Gruppe privater Firmen, die in Vietnam tätig sind, ...
By Rick Hyman
In an earlier post, I generally discussed the structure of unitranche facilities and their growth in popularity among borrowers since the credit crisis.
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