A 3,400-percent increase in sales in 24 years makes organic the fastest-growing consumer food and lifestyle trend in modern history, say independent researchers looking into the industry’s strategies and marketing practices.
The United States Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit decided last Friday in Natural Resources Defense Council v. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) that (1) the emissions-related provisions of the 2013 Portland Cement Rule were permissible but that (2) EPA exceeded its statutory authority in a 2010 version by promulgating an affirmative defense in private civil suits when control equipment unavoidably malfunctions.
Last week, the Securities and Exchange Commission announced that it will conduct more than 50 cybersecurity examinations to identify risks and ensure that broker-dealers and investment advisers are adequately protecting customer information.
By the end of this summer, there will be legal marijuana retailers in Washington State. Rule-making around the state’s Initiative 502 is about complete and the biggest remaining step is holding a lottery to determine who gets licenses to produce and sell cannabis products. But for those lucky enough to win a license, that’s just the beginning as far as legal issues go.
I’m not saying the Internet is not the leading way Americans find a lawyer today. I’m just wondering.
Aereo will finally have its day before the Supreme Court on Tuesday as oral arguments will take place in this closely-watched copyright dispute.
The decision of the Regional Director of Region 13 of the National Labor Relations Board (“NLRB”) that scholarship football players at Northwestern University are “employees” under the National Labor Relations Act (“NLRA”) has created an interesting question for all colleges and universities.
The Jumpstart Our Business Startups Act (the “JOBS Act”), designed to stimulate IPO activity in the U.S. is celebrating its second anniversary this month at a time when U.S. IPO activity is at a high since 2000.
They say that tragedy plus time equals comedy. Sometimes that may be true. But when the tragedy is severe enough, tragedy plus time equals tragedy – leading, at best, to reflection.