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By Adam Bialek, Michael Barer
Adam R. Bialek and Michael Barer weighed in on the Second Circuit's affirmation of a Southern District of New York finding that a digital music resale platform infringed on the copyrights of an American record...
By Cynthia L. Maskol
Cynthia Maskol (Partner-Baltimore) obtained summary judgment in United States District Court for Maryland on behalf of Unum Life Insurance Company in a case
By Stephen Brown
In March and April 2019, lawmakers in Connecticut unveiled a plan to legalize marijuana for recreational use and retail sales to adults over the age of 21 years.
By Jana A. Slavina Farmer, Samantha Funt
Tartlawdighe following are summaries of news reports pertaining to art law and art markets, organized by geographic regions for your browsing convenience.
By Kara Thorvaldsen
In Gammella v. P.F. Chang's China Bistro, Inc., Massachusetts's highest court, the Supreme Judicial Court, has weighed in on several recurring class action litigation issues
By William Lipkind
It would be wise and prudent for every person concerned with estate planning and/or wealth preservation to meet with appropriate advisors in 2019 to consider further steps
By Ian Stewart
The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has signaled a willingness to consider a potential easing of restrictions on cannabidiol (CBD) as a result of significant pressure by industry groups
By William McDevitt, Wilson Elser Moskowitz Edelman & Dicker LLP
Both Pennsylvania and New Jersey have governors who have expressed an interest in legalizing cannabis for recreational
By Ruben Espinosa
On April 9, 2019, the New York City Council enacted a bill banning pre-employment testing for marijuana use. The bill passed on a 41−4 vote and is expected to be signed by Mayor Bill de Blasio.
By Ian Stewart, Genese Dopson
With CBD (cannabidiol) becoming mainstream and federal cannabis legalization on the horizon, many are asking how the U.S. Food and Drug Administration will regulate cannabis-based products going forward.
By James T. Tucker
James Tucker (Of Counsel-Las Vegas) wrote "Ensuring Natives Count: Overcoming the 2020 Census Challenge," an article that appeared in the April 2019 edition of Arizona Attorney magazine.
By Jacqueline M. Bertelsen, Jana A. Slavina Farmer
The following are summaries of news reports (hyperlinked below) pertaining to art law and art markets, separated by geographic regions for your browsing convenience.
By Andrew J. Heck, Christopher W. McClanahan
New Jersey's "No-Fault" automobile insurance scheme has been the subject of repeated reforms over the past 40 years. On March 26, 2019, the New Jersey Supreme Court
By Tiffany Y. Gruenberg
Due to heightened safety concerns, the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has mandated that drone owners display their FAA-issued registration number on an outside surface
By B. Otis Felder
"Sisson [the vessel owner] has also argued throughout this litigation that the [Limitation Act] provides an independent basis for federal jurisdiction. Respondents contend that the Act
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