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Mass Tort of the Month: Belviq

By | on 26, May 2020 |   Litigation Spotlight

With courts across the country beginning to open after COVID-19 related shutdowns, attorneys nationwide are faced with navigating the new landscape of the legal profession in a post-pandemic world. Co[...] Read More

Remote working after COVID-19: a lasting or temporary solution?

By | on 14, May 2020 |   Practice Insights

Are you questioning whether you should implement (at least to some extent) a permanent “working from home” policy at your firm once the threat of COVID-19 wanes? You’re not alone. Since the issuance o[...] Read More

Talcum Powder Litigation Update: a breakdown of the Daubert decision

By | on 11, May 2020 |   Rule and Regulation Update

The long-awaited Daubert decision in the federal Johnson & Johnson Talcum Powder Litigation is finally here. Chief Judge Wolfson, the judge overseeing the multidistrict litigation (“MDL”), issued her [...] Read More

How to Stay Out of the Limelight of California’s “Shine the Light” Law

By | on 04, May 2020 |   Rule and Regulation Update

California’s "Shine the Light” law (Section 1798.83 of the California Civil Code), enacted on January 1, 2005, regulates how businesses share customers’ personal information with third-parties for dir[...] Read More

Mass Tort of the Month: Tenofovir Disoproxil Fumarate

By | on 24, Apr 2020 |   Litigation Spotlight

While the COVID-19 epidemic has impacted nearly every aspect of American life, many judges have made it clear that the judicial system must strive to continue to operate at as normal a pace as possibl[...] Read More

Unpacking California’s Newest Privacy Law: The Basics

By | on 20, Apr 2020 |   Practice Insights

Last year, the Californian Legislature passed a ground-breaking privacy law that gives consumers more control over what businesses do with their data. The California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) went i[...] Read More

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