January 18, 2021
- Court Affirmed An Order Modifying A Trust Where The Complaining... by: David Fowler Johnson
- Dynamex is Retroactive Says the California Supreme Court – The... by: Lilah Sutphen and Karen E. Wentzel
- Court Holds That Bank Did Not Owe Fiduciary Duties To Depositor/... by: David Fowler Johnson
- ENOUGH ALREADY: Court Issues Injunction Preventing Harrassing... by: Eric J. Troutman
- Illumina v. Ariosa – Ariosa Petitions for Cert. by: Warren Woessner
- THE CLOCK IS TICKING: Huge TCPA Appeal to Sixth Circuit May Result in... by: Eric J. Troutman
- Uber and Lyft Drivers Hurt in Rideshare Accidents by: Richard P. Console, Jr.
- Pennsylvania Medical Marijuana User May Proceed With Disability... by: Catherine A. Cano
- Pilgrim’s Pride Settles Poultry Price-Fixing Charges by: Mogin Rubin
- Proposals to amend working time protections denied – “public... by: David Whincup
- Episode 05: Data Monetization in Autonomous Vehicles [VIDEO] by: Steven Lundberg and Suneel Arora
- Excellus Health Pays $5.1 Million to Resolve HIPAA Breach Involving... by: Danielle L. Dietrich
- FTC Settles Allegations of Deceptive Practices by Photo Storage App... by: Glenn A. Brown
- 340B Administrative Dispute Resolution Goes Live Amid a Flurry of... by: Daryl M. Berke and Ellyn L. Sternfield
- Want to Know if Your Employees Received the COVID-19 Vaccine? Some... by: Joseph J. Lazzarotti
- FCC Consumer and Governmental Affairs Bureau Issues Declaratory... by: Paul C. Besozzi
- Supreme Court Rejects Appeal to Overturn UK's First Unexplained... by: Nicholas Holland
January 17, 2021
- U.K. Investigates Market Impact of Change in Google Ad Targeting Tools by: Mogin Rubin
- TCPA Quick Hitter: Contract Requiring TCPA Compliance Not Enough to... by: Brent Owen
- Episode 04: Data Monetization in Retail and Consumer [VIDEO] by: Steven Lundberg and Suneel Arora
- May we? Must we? Should we? Shall we? What Can Schools Do About Non-... by: Pamela Wilkins Connelly
January 16, 2021
- Episode 03: Data Monetization in Manufacturing, Industrial & B2B... by: Steven Lundberg
- Political Action Committee & Personal Political Contributions... by: Bruce M. Hennes
- United States Bans Cotton and Tomato Products from Xinjiang Citing... by: Deepti B. Gage and Kirstin K. Gruver
- IT Security Trends in the Era of COVID: Our Top Five Tips for Making... by: Jason G. Weiss and Peter Baldwin
- Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals Vacates MD Anderson HIPAA Penalty by: Hunton Andrews Kurth’s Privacy and Cybersecurity
- Ninth Circuit Upholds Federal Preemption of California’s Meal and... by: Cary G Palmer
- McDermottPlus Check-Up: January 15, 2021 by: Mara McDermott and Kristen O’Brien
- Massachusetts Makes Broad Changes to the Zoning Act by: Daniel J. Bailey and Paula M. Devereaux
- DoD Launches New Platform to Connect Inventors with “Trusted” Venture... by: Christopher W. Adams and Pablo E. Carrillo
- Army Corps Finalizes Certain Nationwide Permits Two Years Ahead of... by: Duncan M. Greene and Jonathan D. Simon
Energy, Climate, and Environmental Law News
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Environmental Litigation in Federal and State Courts
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Climate Change and the Environment
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