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California legislators have changed the rules of discovery in civil cases through the passage of amendments to Code of Civil Procedure sections 2016.090 and 2023.050, effective January 1, 2024.
Steptoe LLP
On April 3, 2024, the Department of Labor published its final grant of the amendments to Prohibited Transaction Exemption 84-14, the so-called QPAM exemption, also known as the Qualified Professional Asset Manager Exemption.
Venable LLP
State attorneys general (AGs) are the chief legal officers of their states, and their areas of concern are vast. Aggressive enforcement against telemarking, debt relief, privacy violations.
Shearman & Sterling LLP
On March 30, 2024, Judge Araceli Martínez-Olguín of the Northern District of California granted a motion to dismiss a putative class action against a biotechnology company that develops and sells skin treatment drugs and certain of its officers.
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Butler Snow LLP
Wearable technology compiles extensive information on our bodily systems—including activity levels, menstruation and fertility, exercise activity and attainment, food consumption...
Stites & Harbison PLLC
In a published opinion issued on March 27, 2024, the Sixth Circuit applied for the first time the waiver standard announced in the Supreme Court's 2022 opinion...
Butler Weihmuller Katz Craig LLP
The first is when a vendor willfully and unlawfully sells or furnishes alcohol to an underage patron who then causes injury or damage to another.
Seyfarth Shaw LLP
The Supreme Judicial Court issued an important decision on Feb. 2 impacting all trial lawyers in the state. It held that a Superior Court judge may set reasonable time limits on parties' presentation of their evidence at trial.
Duane Morris LLP
Recently, the Delaware Supreme Court issued its much-anticipated decision in In re Match Group, Inc. Derivative Litigation, No. 368, 2022 (April 4, 2024).
Katten Muchin Rosenman LLP
"Tikkun olam," or the "repair of the world," is a sacred obligation for Jews and one that Jonathan Baum, senior counsel and director of pro bono services, took seriously from a young age...
In an article published by Bloomberg Law, Partner Mark Fleming and Counsel Charles Bridge discuss litigation by the US government against Texas for the state's enforcement of Senate Bill 4...
Pitcoff Law Group
In the realm of business partnership disputes, the demand letter serves as a pivotal tool in asserting your rights, communicating grievances, and initiating resolution processes.
Romano Law
A business's online reputation matters. Consumers are increasingly relying on online reviews to purchase products or hire professional services. Online reviews often play an important role...
KI Legal
Defendants who face breach of contract damages claims can assert several defenses to mitigate, or altogether eliminate, a potential award of damages against them.
Romano Law
Being a victim of defamation can be an incredibly stressful experience. It has the potential to damage your reputation and have negative consequences for your business.
Brown Rudnick LLP
Partner Michael Bowe wrote an article for the New York Law Journal discussing the importance of robust, effective pre-litigation investigations during major cases and their essential elements.
Venable LLP
Everyone knows what "and" means. "And" is not a word you have to look up. So why did the use of "and" in a criminal sentencing statute divide the U.S. Supreme Court?
Steptoe LLP
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Germany is in the process of renewing its arbitration law, which in its current version dates from 1997. In April 2023, the German Federal Ministry of Justice (the "Ministry")...
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