FDA finalizes rule to revise Nutrition Facts panels for foods and Supplement Facts panels for Dietary Supplements.
On May 2, 2016, the New York Supreme Court for the County of Westchester granted defendant Seeking Alpha, Inc.’s motion to dismiss plaintiff Mark Nordlicht’s (“Plaintiff”) defamation complaint in the case styled as Nordlicht v. Seeking Alpha, Inc., et al., Index No. 64319/15.
Mother was a dyed-in-the-wool Boston Bruins fan who knew as much about the local game as any sportscaster.
We recently reported on the FCC’s announcement of the availability – for introductory test purposes – of the soon-to-be-mandatory Online Public Inspection File (OPIF) system that it has developed.
Congress increasingly focused on dictating spectrum use.
A recent published opinion by the California Court of Appeal brought some welcome clarity to theft of idea law. These cases are based on a breach of implied contract rather than copyright infringement, which begs the question when an uncopyrightable “idea” is sufficiently concrete to support a claim.
On May 19, the FCC’s Chief Technologist, Office of General Counsel, and Enforcement Bureau (“Bureaus”) released new guidance addressing implementation of the enhanced transparency disclosure requirements required by the 2015 Open Internet Order.
Attention Public Accommodations: DOJ’s Recent Rulemaking Action for State and Local Government Websites Reveals Its Current Thinking On Web Accessibility
If you would rather not read the 30-page small print Federal Register notice, this summary will provide you with what you need to know about the Justice Department’s most recent official pronouncement on web accessibility.
Faster, simpler, cheaper process, but no greater support.