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By Scott Bloomberg
President Trump's nominee to replace Jeff Sessions as U.S. Attorney General appears to have a softer stance on state-legal marijuana companies than his predecessor.
By Matthew E. Miller
They, of course, have also been the subject of government investigations and private litigation.
By John Hancock
The SEC's Division of Corporation Finance has posted helpful FAQs about the impact of the government shutdown on registration statements for public offerings
By Catherine Muyl
At the end of 2014 and beginning of 2015, the Pompidou Museum organized a retrospective of the work of Jeff Koons, which attracted thousands of visitors but gave rise to several lawsuits.
By Daniel Clevenger
During this ever-lengthening government shutdown, it's easy to forget that 2018 was a big year for changes to the SEC's disclosure regime, which companies will need to keep in mind as they prepare their 2019 10-Ks and proxy statements.
By Colin Zick
Editors' Note: This is the seventh and last in our third annual series examining important trends in data privacy and cybersecurity during the new year.
By Colin Zick
On January 10, 2019, Massachusetts Governor Charlie Baker signed a new law that amends its data breach reporting law, and requires credit reporting agencies such as Equifax to provide a free credit freeze to consumers.
By Scott Bloomberg
Social media companies' and search engines' revenue models are based on creating valuable advertising platforms for marketers.
By Daniel Clevenger
This past Boxing Day, the SEC delivered another reminder that it remains intensely focused on public companies' disclosure of non-GAAP financial measures.
By Daniel Clevenger
These rules were called for by the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act of 2010 but weren't proposed until February 2015.
By Seth Jaffe
I've only now had the opportunity to catch up with EPA's proposed reconsideration of its approach to cost-benefit analysis for the Mercury and Air Toxics Standards.
By Marion Cavalier, Catherine Muyl
Many companies share personal information they gather directly from individuals with "business partners" who use the information for their own direct marketing purposes.
By Rajesh Vallabh, Erik Huestis, Stephen Kenny
The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) issued new guidance effective January 7, 2019 to its examiners and administrative judges ...
By Michael Licker
This is the fifth in our third annual series examining important trends in data privacy and cybersecurity during the new year.
By Jeremy W. Meisinger
Last April, I predicted that the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court's decision to allow Attorney General Maura Healey's civil investigative demand regarding Exxon's knowledge of climate change to proceed had "ended a significant chapter in [the] long-running dispute."
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