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By Diane Romza-Kutz, Fredric Roth V
Recently, Thompson Coburn's Life Sciences Decoded blog described several FDA initiatives to increase the safety and reliability of the emerging connected device market and discussed data...
By Robert Shapiro
On March 19, the Department of Commerce (Commerce) issued an Interim Final Rule (IFR) for requesting and objecting to exclusions.
By Diane Romza-Kutz, Fredric Roth V
On Thursday, March 22, U.S. Congress will vote on the most recent omnibus spending bill, allocating the funds approved by President Trump when he signed a budget deal on February 8, 2018.
By Michael Nepple, Mark Sableman
It is illegal to use an embedded link that causes an image on another website to appear on your site? Well, it depends on the court.
By Jeffrey Fink
Consumer lenders should review their right-to-cure, pre-sale, and post-sale notices to borrowers in light of recent Missouri decisions.
By Steven Gorin
Effect of 2017 Tax Reform on Choice of Business Entity summarizes considerations in choosing whether to continue being an S corporation or convert to a C corporation.
By Robert Shapiro, J. Tyler Black
Section 232 is a mechanism under the Trade Expansion Act of 1962 that allows the U.S. government to evaluate the effect of imports on national security.
By Jennifer Post, Melissa Ventrone
Restrictions and procedures to prevent insider trading as it relates to cybersecurity incidents.
By Matthew Hafter, Lauren Newman
With data being the new "coin of the realm," those who control and exploit data have a winning advantage over competitors.
By Jeffrey Brown
In a landmark (not really) decision, the California Court of Appeal held that Ventura County, California was within its rights to refuse to grant a CUP to a resident who sought to keep tigers on her property.
By Kenneth Salomon
The Higher Education Act (HEA) was signed into law in 1965 by President Lyndon Johnson as part of his Great Society initiative. It is the basic federal law intended to increase accessibility to higher education by all.
By Fredric Roth V, Melissa Ventrone
The IRS recently released a statement regarding emerging scams that are cropping up this tax season.
By Kenneth J. Farris
Covered entities that discovered small-scale HIPAA breaches during calendar year 2017 must file notice of such breaches with the Office of Civil Rights (OCR) by March 1, 2018.
By Kimberly Bousquet
Ever since the Supreme Court's 2013 decision in Comcast Corp. v. Behrend, 569 U.S. 27, 133 S.Ct. 1426, 185 L.Ed.2d 515 (2013), plaintiffs' lawyers have been clamoring ...
By Justin P. Mulligan
Photographers were previously able to register an unlimited number of photographs in a single registration application, for the regular $55 fee.
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