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By David Kluft
But in practice, getting a logo registered for copyright protection can be tough.
By August T. Horvath
Doesn't everyone deserve a second chance? It's a deep philosophical question. And one that the National Advertising Division of the Council of Better Business Bureaus (NAD) has been pondering.
By Michael Rosen, Christopher Feudo, Samuel C. Bauer
On September 7, 2018, the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court refused to enforce a non-competition and non-solicitation agreement between a Massachusetts company and its California-based...
By Seth Jaffe
On Wednesday, the 4th Circuit Court of Appeals reversed a District Court ruling and rejected the Sierra Club's citizen suit against Virginia Electric Power alleging that releases of arsenic from
By Jesse Alderman
Last week, the CCC released two new sets of draft medical marijuana regulations so that final regulations can be promulgated in enough time for it to take over the Commonwealth's Medical Marijuana Program by the end of the year.
By Catherine Muyl, Marion Cavalier
Our experience in advising clients about GDPR and assisting them in the compliance process is that there are often misconceptions ...
By John Hancock
Related-party transactions are often easy to spot: the company is on one side of a contract, and a director or officer, or a company they control, is on the other side.
By Seth Jaffe
Earlier this week, the Climate Leadership Council released an analysis demonstrating that the "Baker Shultz Carbon Dividends Plan" would result in greater reductions in greenhouse gas emissions than the US committed to attaining under the 2015 Paris agreement.
By Alexander H. Gray
A recent decision in a closely-watched commercial cannabis case opens the possibility for increased commercial activity in the nascent recreational cannabis market in Massachusetts.
By Julia Huston
The National Geographic Society is an interesting organization. Since 1888, it has published the iconic magazine National Geographic, recognizable to many by the trademark yellow border...
By Alissia Clarke
'Tis the season of summer stock, music festivals, and outdoor performances.
By Colin Zick
In an announcement on August 30, Apple told app developers that they would have to have a privacy policy on their apps by October 3, or they would not be able to be sold in the App Store:
By August T. Horvath
The USDA's Agricultural Marketing Service recently accepted public comments on its Proposed Rule for the labeling of bioengineered foods,
By Anthony Mirenda, Shrutih Tewarie
In the recent, long-awaited decision in United States v. Hoskins1, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit rejected the expansive interpretation of FCPA jurisdiction over foreign...
By Seth Jaffe
On Friday, Judge John Woodcock held that an ordinance enacted by the City of South Portland, Maine, that prohibited loading crude oil from a pipeline terminating in South Portland ...
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