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- 11/01/17--06:50: An introduction to advertising law
- 11/03/17--07:39: Congress overturns the CFPB's Arbitration Rule
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- 11/07/17--08:31: A Q&A with Attorney General Brad Schimel
- 11/07/17--08:21: London Design Festival: Design protection – hindsight giving insight
- 11/08/17--06:48: Food and Beverage News and Trends: November 2017
- 11/09/17--01:42: FDA withdraws draft guidance for Industry #230
- 11/14/17--06:05: SCOTUS denies review of Indiana anti-robocall law
- 11/16/17--08:33: Brexit: IoT to the rescue?
- 11/17/17--08:04: Goods Mortgages Bill offers new options for security
- 11/20/17--08:30: Global protectionism: Are you leaving yourself open?
- 11/21/17--08:39: NJ Tax Court issues ruling on sales tax sourcing
On October 25, 2017, FDA released a critical draft guidance on the breakthrough medical device pathway established by the 21st Century Cures Act. This briefing outlines the proposals.
Nearly 50% of GCs say their role has expanded to incorporate planning for cybersecurity incidents and responding to such attacks, according to a new survey 138 GC, legal directors and C-suite executives around the world, conducted by Legal Week Intelligence in association with Kroll.
In this podcast, Jason Stephens discusses the key regulations in the advertising sector, as well as touching on the effect that Brexit will have on the industry.
This briefing examines the recent decision of a judge in the Northern District of Georgia, prohibiting the defendants from making deceptive marketing claims.
President Donald Trump signed Congress's joint resolution of disapproval to revoke the CFPB Arbitration Rule on 1 Nov, killing the regulation just months after the rule was announced.
A new ordinance allows certain types of foreign entities to purchase outstanding loans from French-regulated entities.
In this article, Reed Smith partner Divonne Smoyer and associate Kimberly Chow talk to Wisconsin Attorney General, Brad Schimel.
In this podcast, Gowling WLG’s John Coldham presents the firm’s fifth annual event as part of the London Design Festival.
This regular publication by DLA Piper lawyers focuses on helping clients navigate the ever-changing business, legal and regulatory landscape.
The U.S. Food & Drug Administration is withdrawing the draft guidance for Industry #230, “Compounding Animal Drugs from Bulk Drug Substances.” This briefing explains why that's good news for industry stakeholders.
The U.S. Supreme Court denied nonprofit Patriotic Veterans, Inc.’s petition for review of Indiana’s ban on the use of technology that automatically dials residential phone numbers and plays prerecorded messages.
DLA Piper’s Gareth Stokes asks: If my buying patterns make me a unique precious snowflake, does that mean I'm completely predictable?
With the possibility of a "hard" or "no deal" Brexit, retailers must adapt to a new operating environment. The Internet of Things could play an important role, but also comes with a range of legal implications.
The revised bill, published by the Law Commission, would allow individuals, sole traders and partnerships to have more flexibility in the way in which they secure their debts.
This briefing looks at a recent judgment which shows that exchanging competitively sensitive information with competitors - even at a single meeting, on a one-off basis - can infringe EU/UK competition law, exposing companies to potentially significant fines and reputational harm.
Protectionism is on the rise and those setting the strategy for their business must ask themselves: are we leaving ourselves open to the risk or prepared for the opportunity?
On November 16, 2017, the Tax Court of New Jersey issued a ruling in Spirit Halloween Superstores, Inc. v. Director, Division of Taxation. This article examines the ruling in detail.