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Federal court reaffirms approval of technology-assisted document review

USA - March 9 2015 It has been just over three years since Southern District of New York Magistrate Judge Andrew J. Peck issued a seminal electronic discovery decision…

Co-authors: Brendan M. Schulman, Samantha V. Ettari.


Second Circuit clarifies its false advertising jurisprudence

USA - August 6 2014 A new decision of the United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit has clarified "certain aspects of [the circuit's] false advertising…

Co-authors: Kurt M. Denk, Jonathan M. Wagner , Harold P. Weinberger .


FDA offers draft guidance concerning the presentation and correction of information on internet/social media platforms regarding prescription drugs and medical devices

USA - June 26 2014 The U.S. Food and Drug Administration ("FDA") has released draft Guidance for Industry on two separate but related topics concerning online creation…

Co-authors: Seth F. Schinfeld , Jonathan M. Wagner , Harold P. Weinberger .


Microsoft appeals decision requiring it to provide e-mail content stored overseas in response to search warrant

USA - June 24 2014 With the proliferation of electronically stored information ("ESI") and the rising expense of storing the massive amounts of content generated…

Co-authors: Dani R. James, Alan R. Friedman, Brendan M. Schulman, Arielle Warshall Katz, Samantha V. Ettari.


In second major Lanham Act opinion of term, Supreme Court confirms plaintiffs’ ability to challenge food and beverage labeling as false or misleading advertising

USA - June 12 2014 A unanimous Supreme Court today, in a dispute concerning blended fruit juice labeling, held that parties claiming injury based on competitors'…

Co-authors: Kurt M. Denk, Jonathan M. Wagner , Harold P. Weinberger .

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