You know the old expression, variously attributed to Samuel Goldwyn and others, “ a verbal contract isn’t worth the paper it’s written on.” In fact, of course, unless the statute of frauds applies, an oral contract is as good as any other contract.
A marijuana lobby or super PAC? Unheard of. Until now – thanks in large part to regulation of marijuana businesses.
After 30 years or more, Illinois is about to get procedures for permitting and inspecting dairy farms that will make the sale and distribution of raw milk legal in the Land of Lincoln.
Seattle’s second State-licensed retail marijuana storefront — our client, Uncle Ike’s – is officially opening for business today in Capitol Hill at 23rd and Union.
Oregonians will vote this fall on whether to legalize marijuana for adult/recreational use through Initiative 91.
One way to teach kids about food safety and nutrition is to teach their teachers. That’s the idea behind a training program the Food and Drug Administration has been running for the past 15 years.
The October issue of the American Journal of Infection Control reports on a new study about a topic nobody really wants to think about — deadly diarrhea.
The five Kentucky children hospitalized in an E. coli outbreak earlier this month all consumed milk from the same raw milk dairy, according to multiple reports and the mother of one of the sickened children.
The global youth media company Vice has launched a new documentary series about how politics and policy affect what we eat.
Pre-sentencing investigative reports (PSIRs) for America’s one-time king of egg production, Austin (Jack) DeCoster, his son Peter, and their Quality Egg LLC business, have turned into a legal mess.