By Fatema Ghasletwala
, Joanne Hawana
As we've previously reported, FDA has signaled its interest in reviewing the scope and meaning of the nutrient content claim "healthy," in part as result of a dispute with KIND LLC about label claims for its KIND Bar products.
By Michael Arnold
, Brie Kluytenaar
The new regulations would have required employers to provide notice to employees and obtain consent from those who elected to receive wages via direct deposit or payroll debit card.
By Brad Scheller
, Christina Sperry
As regular readers of this blog will know, our cross-disciplinary Trade Secrets team has been closely monitoring the development of the Defend Trade Secrets Act (DTSA).
By Benjamin Zegarelli
It also undercuts FDA's reasoning for implementing a totality-of-evidence standard, stating that such a standard is overly vague and is not supported by relevant case law.
By Alden Bianchi
, Edward Lenz
According to the Kaiser Family Foundation, about half of the U.S. population is covered by employer-sponsored-insurance.
By Michael Van Loy, PhD
, Michael Renaud
, Sandra Badin
, Matthew Karambelas
, Nicholas Mouton
In recent years, software patents have come under fire from legislation that has generally made patents easier to invalidate, and from court decisions that have made computer-implemented inventions more vulnerable to subject matter eligibility challenges.
By R. Neal Martin
Portman-Shaheen was introduced in the previous three congresses with bipartisan support.
By Cynthia Larose
, Michael Katz
As our readers know we maintain a summary of U.S. state data breach notification laws, which we refer to as the "Mintz Matrix."
By Maxwell Solet
, Christie Martin
Such guidance includes regulations, revenue rulings, and revenue procedures, the principal means by which Treasury and IRS provide interpretations of tax statutes.
By Lauren Moldawer
This blog is to highlight some key provisions and changes as MA and Part D plans prepare and finalize comments.
By Donald C. Davis
Many anticipate that Judge Gorsuch will have been confirmed by the Senate by then, which likely explains the Supreme Court's decision to delay oral argument.
By George Patterson
The New York State Department of Labor has adopted regulations clarifying employers' rights and obligations when implementing policies that limit the discussion of wages in the workplace.
By Cynthia Larose
, Joanne Dynak
The resulting court order has important repercussions for both consumers and smart TV producers.
By Mintz Levin Immigration Group
After losing the emergency motion to stay the District Court's Temporary Restraining Order halting the implementation of major portions of President Trump's January 27th Executive Order...
By Samantha Kingsbury
, Laurence Freedman
Last month, the U.S. District Court for the District of Utah joined the AseraCare court and others in finding that a relator cannot successfully allege violations of the FCA...