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Food and Beverage Manufacturers That Use Added Sugar Be On Alert

USA - January 12 2017 The public health community has been more vocal over the last several years regarding the amount of sugar being used in food and beverages. On January

FTC Files to Protect Consumers’ Security in the Internet of Things

USA - January 9 2017 As more consumer devices connect to the Internet, regulators take a more aggressive stance requiring security promises be met. On January 5, 2017, the

Hey, Man, I Started the RuckusYou Can’t Leave me Behind

USA - December 13 2016 Anybody who practices land use law knows that it’s an arcane area with layers of local and state laws (and sometimes federal laws) baked into every

To What Extent Can You Use Errata Sheets To Correct Testimony Under Rule 30(e)?

USA - February 2 2016 How many times have litigators said "the witness will read and sign the transcript" at the end of a deposition? But to what extent can a witness

Washington Keeps Anti-dumping Duties For Chinese Furniture - But Impact Remains To Be Seen

China, USA - January 11 2017 Furniture Today is reporting the U.S. International Trade Commission voted this week to keep anti-dumping duties in place for another five years on

A Case Study on How Regional Manufacturing Firms Are Increasingly the Targets of Cybercrime

USA - January 19 2017 As their methods evolve, cybercriminals are increasingly targeting regional manufacturing businesses with sophisticated and potentially costly attacks

FCC Wireless Bureau’s Staff Report Questions AT&T and Verizon Zero Rating Practices in Mobile Broadband MarketBut To What Effect Under the Trump Administration?

USA - January 19 2017 On January 11, 2017, the FCC released its most extensive "policy review" of mobile broadband operators sponsored data offerings for zero-rated content

DOL’s Final Rule Modifies ERISA Disability Claim Regulations

USA - January 17 2017 Effective January 18, 2017, the Department of Labor issued a "final rule" modifying 29 CFR 2560.503-1, governing claims procedures for disability

Medical Group Practice Can Once Again Employ PTs and PTAs

USA - January 12 2017 In December 2016, the South Carolina Supreme Court denied a petition for re-hearing, resolving a long standing dispute and allowing medical practices

Food and Beverage Manufacturers That Use Added Sugar Be On Alert

USA - January 12 2017 The public health community has been more vocal over the last several years regarding the amount of sugar being used in food and beverages. On January