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By Mark Sableman
President-elect Donald Trump just won a libel case against a critic — for the very same reason that real estate developer Donald Trump lost a libel case against a critic...
By Marjorie Krumholz, Ruthanne Hammett, Cherie Bock
Whether parties are looking to sell one vessel or 1,000 vessels, well-written documentation setting forth the parties' negotiated and agreed-upon terms is essential.
By Lori Jones
Effective as of the first day of the plan year that began on January 1, 2017, or after, employers maintaining wellness programs that collect employee health information must satisfy a new notice requirement.
By Richard Reibman
In December 2016, the exchanges (and swap execution facility division) comprising the CME Group enacted changes to Chapter 4 ("Enforcement of Rules") of their respective rulebooks.
By Diane Romza-Kutz, Fredric Roth V
As Life Sciences Decoded looks forward in 2017, it is clear that FDA-regulated industries have a great deal of change confronting them. Last year, 2016...
By Diane Romza-Kutz, Fredric Roth V
Over at our Life Sciences Decoded blog, we have discussed the state of limbo in which animal dietary supplements exist from a regulatory perspective.
By Steven Gorin
This article discusses key ideas used in reducing or eliminating gain subject to tax when you sell an interest in your business or when your business sells part or all its assets.
By Paul Sonderegger, Eric Boyd
Can a discharger violate a general narrative state water quality standard incorporated into its NPDES permit when the permit does not contain specific numeric effluent limits on the discharge?
By Mark Sableman, Thomas Polcyn, Jennifer Visintine
The recent focus on fake news should remind trademark owners of the special care they need to take with communications about their trademark applications.
By Jason Schwent, Melissa Ventrone
The Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA) has, of late, been very aggressive in enforcing its regulations in the area of cybersecurity.
By Kimberly Bousquet, Diane Romza-Kutz, Fredric Roth V
The Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA) became law in 2011, signaling a sea change in U.S. food safety regulation and making prevention the cornerstone of safety measures.
By Steve Cupples
Many people believe that owning property jointly with rights of survivorship is an effective substitute for a will. The benefit of holding property as joint tenants with rights of survivorship...
By Paul Stoehr, Kimberly Bousquet
The uptick in "slack-fill" litigation that we have previously covered in this blog shows no signs of abating — and a spate of recent filings in Missouri state court show that the trend may be expanding.
By Kimberly Bousquet, Diane Romza-Kutz, Fredric Roth V
The Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA) became law in 2011, signaling a sea change in U.S. food safety regulation and making prevention the cornerstone of safety measures.
By Carl Pesce, Manooher Mofidi
In a striking decision that has the civil litigation bar abuzz about its implications, the D.C. court that first introduced us to the Frye test has now overturned it in favor of Daubert.
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