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By Matthew Shultz
The FTC recently announced three administrative enforcement actions under the Consumer Review Fairness Act ("CRFA"), the agency's first actions alleging solely CRFA violations.
By Michael A. Rogoff, David Russell
One court giveth and another court taketh away.
By Avishai D. Don, Christian D. Sheehan
Could what started with a footnote end with the False Claims Act's qui tam provisions being declared unconstitutional?
By Craig D. Margolis, Christian D. Sheehan
The thing about a grab-bag, or even the proverbial box of chocolates, is that you never know what you are going to get.
By Craig D. Margolis, Christian D. Sheehan
Less than two months after argument, the Supreme Court held in Cochise Consultancy, Inc. v. United States ex rel. Hunt that the False Claims Act's statute of limitations tolling provision applies in non-intervened qui tam cases ...
By Dori Hanswirth, Theresa M. House, Jesse Feitel
In its April 25, 2019 precedential opinion, the TTAB rejected one party's effort to rely on a declaration that was executed outside of the statutory "testimony period" provided by Trademark Rule 2.123.
By Daniel B. Asimow
On May 13, 2019, the Supreme Court, in a 5-4 decision, affirmed a Ninth Circuit ruling that permitted a massive consumer class action against Apple concerning the Apple App Store to proceed, even though the prices ...
By Robert Azarow, Helen Mayer Clark, Amber A. Hay
The federal banking agencies have issued a final rule addressing pending changes to credit loss accounting under U.S. generally accepted accounting principles, including implementation of the current expected ...
By Christopher Allen, Robert Azarow, David Freeman, Jr., Michael Mancusi, Charles Yi, Helen Mayer Clark, Amber A. Hay, Kevin Toomey
On April 23, 2019, the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System released a highly anticipated proposed rule aimed at simplifying and increasing the transparency of its rules relating to control determinations ...
By Craig D. Margolis, Christian D. Sheehan
The thing about a grab bag or the proverbial box of chocolates is that you never know what you are going to get.
By Trenton H. Norris, Peggy Otum, Anthony Samson, Shannon L. Morrissey
The California Legislature is poised to push forward these proposed bills, whether in their current or revised form.
By Michael Gerrard, Edward McTiernan
In the biggest change in local transportation policy in a generation, maybe two, "congestion pricing" will be instituted in Manhattan's Central Business District in early 2021.
By Benjamin Mintz, Steven Fruchter
The complaint the Trustee originally filed therefore did not include a constructive fraudulent conveyance claim.
By Sonia Kuester Pfaffenroth, Peter Levitas
Successfully navigating antitrust agency investigations requires a familiarity with Department of Justice and Federal Trade Commission processes, as well as insight into those agencies and their leaderships' current priorities ...
By Douglas F. Curtis, Mahnu Davar, John N. Nassikas, Evelina J. Norwinski, Wilson D. Mudge, John Tan, Lindsey D. Carson, Ryan D. White
On April 30, 2019, the Department of Justice Criminal Division published new guidance for corporate compliance programs.
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