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By Joseph Pangaro
On September 13, 2019, a federal district court in the Southern District of Indiana issued an Order regarding Indiana's treatment of "smokeable hemp" that could have far-reaching consequences for the hemp industry.
By Joseph Pangaro, Justin M. L. Stern, David E. Landau, Seth Goldberg, Michael Zullo
On Wednesday evening, September 25, by a vote of 321 to 103, the United States House of Representatives took a meaningful step toward ...
By Michelle Hon Donovan
Governor Gavin Newsom signed five CCPA amendment bills into law on Friday, October 11, 2019.
By Joseph Pangaro
On September 18, 2019, Michigan became one of the first states to impose a ban on flavored e-cigarettes.
By Andrew Odell
On September 6, 2019 the IRS announced new procedures (Relief Procedures for Certain Former Citizens) that will enable certain individuals who relinquished their US citizenship to come into...
By Andrew Odell
Cross-border commercial disputes are common in today's interconnected global economy and can involve witnesses...
By David Feldman
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By Christopher H. Casey, Forrest Hansen, Rebecca S. Ruffer
The new guidance attempts to offer this assistance.
By Brett Feldman, J. Colin Knisely, Kevin Vance, P.A.
On September 1, 2016, Guillermo Robles, who is visually impaired, filed suit in the U.S. District Court for the Central District of California.
By Christopher H. Casey
The DOJ's decision to proceed criminally against such agreements is significant.
By Justin M. L. Stern
The letter focuses on Alternative's allegedly impermissible representation of 2-amino-5 methylheptane and Octodrine as a dietary ingredient in certain products.
By Frederick Ball, Carolyn Alenci
With the advancements in technology and the advent of artificial intelligence, the medical device industry is flourishing.
By Frederick Ball, Justin M. L. Stern
The FCA creates liability for persons or entities found to have knowingly submitted false claims to the government or having caused others to do so.
By Christopher Durham
The notice of proposed rulemaking was published in the Federal Register on October 8, 2019.
The DHS has thus indicated that a final regulation rescinding the H-4 work program is not likely to occur in the near term.
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