Uber, Lyft, and their competitors, offering handy apps, responsive drivers and competitive prices, are fast becoming a favored commuter option.
One step forward and one step back might be sufficient in the context of a boot scootin’ line dance, but in the context of foodborne illness outbreaks and increasingly long, complex supply chains, consumers and the federal government are demanding more in the way of food traceability.
Monday Morning Regulatory Review – 9/26/16: Narrowing Safety Standards Exemptions Still Standards; & More
Regulatory practice highlights this week seem to focus on the margins of general practice and unique relationships of specialty practice.
Class actions involving the Telephone Consumer Protection Act of 1991 (TCPA) are nothing new.
This is proving to be a big year for cannabis.
Test Illinois Schools for Lead in Drinking Water: Protect the Kids and Stop Bickering About Who Pays for It
Illinois legislators have an opportunity this fall to do something important and help to regain some of the public’s trust in government.
Wearable device data may be the next big thing in the world of evidence for employment cases since social media.
Most firms have the newsletter game down.
A Sovereign Thumb On the Scale – Appeals Court Defers to China’s Interpretation of Its Own Laws to Dismiss Antitrust Suit
The Second Circuit recently set aside a $147 million verdict against two Chinese companies accused of conspiring to fix the price and supply of vitamin C sold to U.S. buyers.