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The Post-Daimler Split On In Personam Jurisdiction

September 19, 2016

Law360

The U.S. Supreme Court’s decision in Daimler AG v. Bauman has altered the legal landscape as to where a corporate defendant, foreign or…

“Therapy Animals” Unleashed in University Housing

June 16, 2016

The University of Nebraska at Kearney signed a consent order with the U.S. Department of Justice (“DOJ”) and Kent State…

What lawyers should know about “Global Real Estate Sustainability Benchmark”

June 8, 2016

Mid Atlantic Real Estate Journal

Global Real Estate Sustainability Benchmark – or “GRESB” as it is commonly known – is emerging as the leading way…

EPA’s Use of Emergency Administrative Orders Under the Safe Drinking Water Act

May 26, 2016

Westlaw Journal Environmental

It will come as a surprise to absolutely no one that the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency issued an emergency administrative…

Fruit of the poisonous tree… How far down do GMO roots extend?

May 10, 2016

Food Navigator-USA

‘Fat-free,’ ‘non-dairy,’ ‘all-natural’, ‘sugar-free’, ‘gluten-free’ . . . are all in recent history’s hit parade of terms perceived by many…

Defending ‘Non-GMO’ Consumer Fraud Class Actions

May 9, 2016

Law360

In recent years, food manufacturers have witnessed an extraordinary uptick in consumer fraud class actions over use of the term…

Know Your Phish: 4 Keys to Combating Spear-Phishing Campaigns

May 4, 2016

Security Magazine

One hundred billion: it’s a staggering number that is tough to put in perspective.  There are approximately one hundred billion…

The International Collapse of OW Bunker

April 20, 2016

DRI's For The Defense

Think Globally, For The Defense, April 2016 Christopher Scott D’Angelo:157006 Robert E. O’Connor:225791 14.00 In January 2014, Denmark’s OW Bunker…

Pharmaceutical Promotion Compliance: Avoiding the Common Mistakes

April 4, 2016

Pharmaceutical Compliance Monitor

There are certain key questions to keep in mind when creating promotional materials for prescription drugs and reviewing these materials…

Political Prosecution: The Unconstitutional Rick Perry Case

March 22, 2016

Law360

In August 2014, then-Texas Gov. Rick Perry was indicted for threatening to exercise a veto and then carrying through with that…

Learn the 5 keys to boosting the effectiveness of your cybersecurity program

March 21, 2016

Campus Legal Advisor

Colleges and universities are a treasure trove of information for hackers, from intellectual property rights and research data collection to…

Bequeathing IRAs: The Case for Charitable Remainder Unitrusts

February 8, 2016

Tax Notes

I. A Bold Claim For most healthy adult children of upper-middle-income families, the after-tax amounts to be received over a…

NJCFA: Will This Finally Be The Year For Change?

November 4, 2015

The Barrister

New Jersey’s Consumer Fraud Act, N.J.S.A. 56:8-1, et seq. (“NJCFA”), is among our country’s most aggressive. Cooper v. Samsung, 374…

Navigating the Nebulous Legal Landscape of Cybersecurity

November 2, 2015

Security Magazine

Your privacy and security policies could be deemed to be unfair and deceptive, especially if there is a data breach….

6 Steps to Keep Student Data Safe

October 23, 2015

EdTech Magazine

There is a good reason why the Department of Education recently reminded higher education institutions of their continuing obligation to…

“What I Did On My Summer Vacation” … as written by the NJCFA

September 1, 2015

The Barrister

New York is the city that never sleeps, but our Consumer Fraud Act is the statute that never takes a…

Texting With An Informant: Lessons From Pa. Wiretap Ruling

June 29, 2015

Law360

Last week, the Pennsylvania Superior Court issued an opinion in Commonwealth v. Curtis Doval Diego, in which the court addressed…

Two countries reach out despite past

June 24, 2015

Philly.com

As we celebrate the 50th anniversary of formal Israeli-German diplomatic ties, it is remarkable to see the many ways that…

United States v. Newman: Road bump in insider-trading prosecutions

June 1, 2015

The 2nd U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals sent shock waves through the realm of insider-trading prosecutions with its decision in…

‘Vermont, Naturally’ – The Irony For Food Manufacturers

May 15, 2015

Food Manufacturing

On May 8, 2014, Vermont approved Act 120 – becoming the first state to require that foods with genetically engineered…