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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
By Shea Leitch, Alan Friel
Last week, Nevada Governor Steve Sisolak signed new privacy legislation into law in Nevada. Senate Bill 220 updates Nevada Revised State 603A to provide consumers a new right to opt out of the sale of their data.
By Carl Hittinger, Tyson Herrold
Third Circuit Judge Dolores K. Sloviter retired in 2016, leaving behind a remarkable legacy. As a member of the bench for nearly 40 years,
By James Morrison
Washington state employers that rely on noncompetition agreements will face a dramatically different legal landscape beginning Jan. 1, 2020, when a new noncompetition law takes effect.
By Lindsay Holmes, Lee Rosebush, Lance Shea
The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) made a "menu labeling social media toolkit."
By Casey E. Holder, Barbara Linney, Lana Muranovic, Kerry T. Scarlott
On May 16, the U.S. Department of Commerce added Huawei and many of its non-U.S. affiliates to the Entity List.
By Joanna Wasick
This week, the SEC obtained a court order shutting down a $30 million Ponzi scheme operating out of Florida through Argyle Coin LLC, a purported cryptocurrency business, and its principals,
By Simone O. Otenaike
A leading Japan-based automaker and an American automaker recently announced plans to join a research project that will evaluate the potential use of electric vehicles'
By Dennis Loomis
In February, following oral argument before the U.S. Supreme Court in Mission Product Holdings, Inc. v. Tempnology, LLC,[1] we wrote about the hugely important trademark law issue presented
By Robert A. Musiala Jr.
Late last week, Reuters reported that "[s]everal of the world's largest banks are in the process of investing around $50 million" to create "… a digital cash equivalent of central bank-backed currencies
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