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By Jeffrey Brown
On June 6, 2018, the California Court of Appeal held that a contractor waived its right to arbitrate disputes because it recorded a mechanic's lien and then didn't follow California Code of Civil Procedure...
By Gregory Omer, Garrett Fischer
On May 24, 2018, President Trump signed into law the Economic Growth, Regulatory Relief, and Consumer Protection Act (the "Act").
By Jeffrey Fink
A recent ruling from the U.S. Supreme Court was lauded by employers for upholding the enforcement of arbitration agreements in employment contracts.
By Robert Shapiro, Sean McGowan, Jim Slear, J. Tyler Black, C. Jonathan Benner
The customs laws of the United States are codified in Title 19 of the U.S. Code and Title 19 of the Code of Federal Regulations.
By Robert Shapiro, Sean McGowan, Jim Slear, J. Tyler Black, C. Jonathan Benner
Thompson Coburn LLP's International Commerce attorneys counsel clients in the legal aspects of shipping goods, services and technologies across international borders.
By Kimberly Bousquet
The organic food market is booming—and according to recent reports, so is organic labeling fraud. This is driven in large part by the fact that domestic demand for organic foods is outstripping ...
By Gregory Omer
Last week, President Trump signed the Economic Growth, Regulatory Relief, and Consumer Protection Act (the "Act") into law.
By Mark Belongia
For institutions of higher education that offer private student loans, there are a multitude of federal and state laws that need to be followed.
By Mark Sableman
The limited time for suing for libel on an Internet post runs not only from the original posting, but also from when significant changes were made to the post, according to a decision from the New Jersey Supreme Court.
By Michael Nepple
In the immortal words of "Caddyshack"'s Ty Webb, a flute without holes is not a flute. Similarly, a de minimus infringement is not an infringement, according to a New York federal judge...
By Kimberly Bousquet
The USDA published long-awaited proposed rules for the National Bioengineered Food Disclosure Standard. Here's what food companies need to know.
By Jeffrey Brown
The federal district court for the Northern District of California recently dismissed a putative class action lawsuit, which alleged that Horizon Organic milk containing "DHA" ...
By Mark Sableman
Defamation by tweet isn't news anymore, but surely a new barrier was broken when the Idaho Supreme Court found potential defamation in the name a family gave to their home wireless network.
By Sean Crowley, Steven Gorin, David Kaufman
Generally effective Jan. 1, 2018, the most sweeping tax reform in a generation (legislation originally known as The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (the "Act")) requires many managers ...
By Jennifer Post
Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies saw their values skyrocket during 2017.
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