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By Stephanie L. Yarbrough
On October 3, 2018, the South Carolina General Assembly overrode the gubernatorial veto of S.1043 , known as the "SCEDA Bill."
By Gregg Skall
I have written about noncompetition agreements in the broadcasting industry before. See ( December 8, 2008 ) ( January 8, 2013 ) ( January 22, 2013 ).
By Theodore F. Claypoole, Taylor Ey
The new California Consumer Privacy Act is not the only California privacy law that companies will have to prepare for in 2019.
By Gregg Skall
With the nation now only weeks away from what is possibly the most important mid-term federal election in the last half-century, the political advertising climate is sure to get more and more furious.
By Philip Gura
One of the avowed reasons for scrapping the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) and replacing it with a new agreement was that "digital trade" did not even exist in 1994 when NAFTA came into force.
By Bruce Buchanan, Nicole Su, Mark Palchick
As we previously reported, California legislature approved one of the nation's toughest net neutrality laws - California Internet Consumer Protection and Net Neutrality Act of 2018, known as SB 822.
By Gregg Skall
On January 4th, Attorney General Jeff Sessions took a big step backward. He announced that the Department of Justice rescinded the " Cole Memo " and other internal enforcement guidelines, issued under...
By Alissa Fleming, J. Marshall Allen
The practice of telemedicine continues to be one of the fastest-growing methods of delivering patient care.
By Theodore F. Claypoole, Whitney Kamerzel
"New threats and a new era of strategic competition" have prompted the White House to roll out a new National Cyber Strategy.
By Gregg Skall
I recently wrote about the offer from SES to reimburse C-band earth station users for their FCC registration fees.
By Gregg Skall
Given the intense interest in the 2018 mid-term elections, Lowest Unit Rate -- also sometimes called Lowest Unit Charge ("LUC") -- is sure to be a red-hot issue for the next 60 days.
By Stephen Middlebrook
The Bureau of Consumer Financial Protection is seeking comments on proposed changes to its Trial Disclosure Program which provides a safe harbor ...
By John F. Garziglia
Earlier this month, the US Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit upheld the Copyright Royalty Board's music streaming rates for 2016-2020.
By Heather Hatcher
But at the same time, FDA regulators must ensure that such information is truthful and not misleading.
By Daryl A. Zakov
The Federal Communications Commission has slowly opened the door to indirect parent entity foreign ownership of broadcast station licenses.
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