We have been working on a number of marijuana license acquisition deals for the past several weeks that have been held up by existing claims against the seller.
The U.S. Virgin Islands Tourism Department recently announced that the Territory, which consistently ranks highly on the U.S. News & World Report’s “Best Places to Visit in the Caribbean”, has topped the list this year.
A little over a month ago, the FAA opened the Section 333 UAS exemption process and targeted several industries for approval, including cinematographers and filmmakers.
The story has a potential for pathos. Attorney working for a law firm receives fee payments meant for the firm, and treats them as if a loan.
Recent SEC actions confirm that the SEC is making good on its promise to focus attention on the municipal bond market and the disclosure obligations of municipalities.
Today, July 21, 2014, is the fourth anniversary of the passage of the Dodd-Frank Act — the most significant financial reform law enacted since the Great Depression to combat Wall Street and financial fraud.
When it’s my turn to write the blog post, if I don’t already have a topic ready to go, I visit the EPA and OSHA websites, to see what’s “new” there.
Unfortunately, it’s true. Delivering marijuana is clearly and unequivocally illegal in Washington.
In U.S. ex rel. Williams v. McKesson Corp., No. 3:12-CV-0371-B (N.D. Tex. July 9, 2014), a Texas federal court recently dismissed a qui tam whistleblower suit by a former employee of McKesson, a Texas-based entity that provides billing-related services to the health care industry, holding that the former employee failed to establish “the existence of a false or fraudulent claim submitted to the government for payment.”