As election day draws near, proposed laws which would permit recreational or medical use of marijuana are on the ballot in nine states.
The Humane Society of the United States (HSUS) has filed a complaint with the FTC against a national egg marketer alleging false animal welfare advertising.
Recently, we have been making the rounds with our many and varied cannabis clients in Oregon, Washington and California, and creating an inventory of which businesses have executed operating agreements (in the case of an LLC), shareholder agreements and bylaws (in the case of a corporation) and the odd partnership agreement (in the case of a limited partnership).
Remember Frye v. United States, the case from 1922 that created the “general acceptance” standard for expert testimony?
Miller’s Organic Farm is not having a good year.
The USPTO Patent Trial and Appeals Board (PTAB) declined to institute Inter Partes Review (IPR) proceedings against three Biogen Idec TYSABRI patents.
Federal officials have red listed frozen strawberries from an Egyptian grower-shipper because of contamination with Hepatitis A, but they won’t say if the import ban is related to the ongoing outbreak linked to Tropical Smoothie Café locations.
While I am sure we are all fed up with the current presidential election cycle, the upcoming vote in California to approve recreational marijuana has the potential to be a watershed moment for the national marijuana industry and warrants discussion.
Brownwood Farms of Williamsburg, MI, is recalling about 260,000 units of fruit butters and fruit preserves because they contain undeclared milk.
Responding to industry complaints, USDA appears to have dropped GMO consumer use study.