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New FDA ‘guidance’ offers little of it

Nov 21, 2014 By: Nick Sullivan

Medical device law specialist Jeffrey K. Shapiro says the FDA’s recently released standards on medical device recalls vs. medical device enhancements didn’t point the industry in a definite direction.

News in Brief: Home-sharing website challenges San Francisco rental law

Nov 21, 2014 By: Melissa Sachs

A Texas-based home-sharing website has sued the city and county of San Francisco in California federal court to overturn an ordinance prohibiting

What do The View and law firm marketing have in common?

Nov 21, 2014 By: Allan Colman

Far too many attorneys spend too much time talking and not nearly enough time asking questions and listening to the needs of the prospects and clients.

Activists push change at Oplink, but may not be happy with results

Nov 21, 2014 By: Michael Glasser

(Editor’s Note: This post is an excerpt from an article appearing in Practitioner Insights on WestlawNext) Oplink Communications Inc. has become the latest company to

New Guidance on Insurance Coverage for Product Disparagement Claims: Part II

Nov 21, 2014 By: John K. DiMugno

My last post discussed the California Supreme Court’s recent decision in Hartford Casualty Insurance Co. v. Swift Distribution, Inc., 59 Cal.4th 277,

Today in 1974: Congress enacts amendments to the Freedom of Information Act over President Ford’s veto

Nov 21, 2014 By: Jeremy Byellin

On November 21, 1974, Congress overrode President Ford’s veto of a series of amendments to significantly strengthen the Freedom of Information Act

Requiring a light for night bicycling is not unconstitutional

Nov 21, 2014 By: Legal Solutions

Requiring a light for night bicycling is not unconstitutional

Westlaw Topical Highlights: Securities, November 20, 2014

Nov 20, 2014 By: Gary Rodekuhr

Topical Highlights for Securities provides summaries of significant federal and state judicial decisions and legislative and administrative activities affecting Securities law.

New Guidance on Insurance Coverage for Product Disparagement Claims: Part I

Nov 20, 2014 By: John K. DiMugno

Although specialty policies designed to cover intellectual property claims are available, they are cost-prohibitive for many businesses

Are Corporations People? Hobby Lobby and Piercing the Corporate Veil

Nov 20, 2014 By: Stephen Presser

What do we make of the Hobby Lobby case, where the Supreme Court, ignoring the corporate form, held that the individual owners of Hobby Lobby have First Amendment rights that the corporation may exercise?

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