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By Lindsay Holmes, Lee Rosebush, Lance Shea
Acting FDA Commissioner Remarks on Cannabis-Derived Ingredients in Food – Last week, the FDA held a public hearing titled "Scientific Data and Information about Products Containing Cannabis
By Gregory Mersol
Some cases look a lot more important at first glance than what they turn out to be. Case in point, today's decision in Fort Bend County, Texas v. Davis, Case No. 18-525 (U.S. Sup. Ct. June 3, 2019).
By Adam Higgins
President Trump is headed to Europe, where he will meet with Queen Elizabeth II, outgoing British Prime Minister Theresa May, and French President Emmanuel Macron.
By John Lewis
After New Prime v. Oliveira, 139 S. Ct. 532 (2019), many wondered if state arbitration law could be applied when transportation workers were found to be exempt from the Federal Arbitration Act (FAA) based on § 1.
By Saima Sheikh
In a follow-up to our August 2018 blog post regarding a $1.1 million class settlement of the EEOC first parental leave lawsuit against a large cosmetics company, a large financial institution has just agreed to pay...
By Christian B. Jones
Below is this week's "Capitol Hill Healthcare Update," which is posted on Mondays when Congress is in session.
By Marc Powers
The SEC has brought a civil injunctive action in federal court against a California man claiming to be selling instructional packages,
By Joanna Wasick
According to a press release published this week, Morgan Rockcoons of Las Vegas, Nevada, has been sentenced to 21 months in prison for wire fraud and operating a bitcoin exchange
By Diana J. Stern
Late last week, a major multinational telecommunications conglomerate announced it is the first major mobile carrier to accept online bill payments from customers in cryptocurrency
By Adam Higgins
Below is the Federal Policy team's weekly preview, published when Congress is in session.
By John M. Mueller
As previously reported on this blog, the issue of payment of fees related to trademark applications/registrations in Venezuela is currently in a state of flux.
By William R. Daugherty, Caroline B. Brackeen
Texas is one of the many states that looked to be following in the footsteps of California's enactment of a broad consumer privacy law, which has far-ranging implications for businesses and consumers.
By Nathan Schacht
Colorado tightened its protections for pay equity when the state's Equal Pay for Equal Work Act (the "Act") was signed into law on May 22
By Alan Friel
The California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA), effective Jan. 1, 2020, will require more privacy transparency and choice for consumers
By Alan Friel, Niloufar Massachi, Taylor A. Bloom
Over the past several weeks, the California State Assembly has voted in favor of advancing to the California Senate bills
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