On Monday two marijuana smokers in Colorado filed a lawsuit against a pot business they said used unhealthy pesticide to grow their weed. Which just might be the first product liability claim in the nation involving the marijuana industry.
There is a psychological concept known as the curse of familiarity or the mere exposure effect.
On October 6, 2015, the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) published a final rule for Stage 3 of the Electronic Health Record (EHR) Incentive Program.
Be Careful What You Ask for, You May Get It—the CFPB Addresses Marketing Services Agreements Under RESPA
The residential mortgage settlement service industry has been asking the CFPB for guidance on the legality of marketing service agreements (MSAs) under RESPA.
A report published today by the Center for Political Accountability will result in more pressure on public companies to voluntarily disclose information about their political spending.
So as Halloween approaches, a recent religious accommodations case involving the “mark of the beast” seemed seasonally appropriate.
D.C. Council Introduces Legislation That Would Give D.C. Employees Up to 16 Weeks of Paid Family and Medical Leave
On October 6, 2015, the D.C. Council introduced the Universal Paid Leave Act of 2014.
On October 7, 2015, CFPB Director Richard Cordray announced the agency’s plan to issue regulations that would prohibit many financial services companies from requiring consumers to waive their right to bring a class action lawsuit via a pre-dispute arbitration agreement and instead pursue claims in arbitration.
Washington State’s medical marijuana rules continue to rapidly change.
Sound advice that the world has lived with since 1512…until recently flushed by the Ninth Circuit.
At a press conference on the afternoon of Tuesday, October 6, 2015, Democratic presidential candidate Senator Bernie Sanders of Vermont announced that he and Rep. Mark Pocan (D-WI) would introduce the “Workplace Democracy Act” (S. 2142, H.R. 3690).