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By Adam Young, Michael DeMarino, Jennifer Mora
Across the country, states are moving to legalize medical and recreational cannabis.
By Robert Terzoli
Federal trademark registrations are now possible to obtain for some hemp-related trademarks.
By Stanley Jutkowitz, Christopher J. Palmese
Marijuana is a $10 billion industry, legal in some form in 33 states plus the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico and Guam.
By Aaron Belzer, Joseph Orzano
An Oregon federal jury reached a verdict in a Telephone Consumer Protection Act ("TCPA") class action in April that exposes the defendant to a potential judgment in excess of $2.7 billion.
By Joseph Escarez, Christopher Lee
Although Congress created the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau ("CFPB") nearly a decade ago, constitutional challenges to its leadership structure remain ongoing.
By Christopher Robertson, Alison K. Eggers, Andrew Stark
In Shareholder Representative Services LLC v. RSI Holdco, LLC, C.A. No. 2018-0517-KSJM (Del. Ch. May 29, 2019), the Delaware Court of Chancery held that a merger agreement provision assigning pre-merger privilege ...
By Holger Besch
News Flash: "Caveat Propraetor" or "Proprietor Beware" might soon replace "Eureka" as the state motto of California.
By Karen Bitar, Sarah Fedner
The #MeToo movement has had an enormous impact on corporate America. Workplace harassment and sexual misconduct are not new concepts and have been the focus of litigation for many years.
By Jennifer Mora
Following closely on the heels of a similar law in New York City, effective January 1, 2020, it will be unlawful for Nevada employers to reject a job applicant who tests positive for cannabis on a pre-employment drug test.
By Gerald Maatman Jr., Esther Slater McDonald, Michael DeMarino
Satisfying Rule 23(b)(3)'s predominance requirement is undoubtedly a challenge when it comes to a nationwide class.
By Jennifer Mora
In a simpler time, courts reviewing medical cannabis laws issued employer-friendly decisions, generally finding no duty to accommodate medical cannabis even when state laws allowed its use for medical purposes.
By Joshua Seidman, Tracy Billows
Despite gubernatorial support, passing through the state Senate, and being reported favorably out of Committee in the House, multiple bills that likely would have preempted local sick leave ordinances in Texas if passed, ...
By Jay R. Houghton
As a response to an increasingly demanding market place, project delivery methods have evolved from the more traditional methods of design-bid-build, design-build, and construction-manager-at-risk into what is known as IPD.
By Stanley Jutkowitz
The District of Columbia is one of only two jurisdictions (the other is Vermont) which have legalized possession of recreational marijuana but where sales remain illegal. Wait, what?
By Joshua Seidman, William Perkins
Westchester County was first infected with the nation's paid sick leave bug late last year, when it became the second New York State locality — and first county — to pass a mandatory paid sick leave ordinance.
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