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Coca-Cola Defeats POM Wonderful’s Misleading Labeling Claims: A Key Takeaway For Food and Beverage Manufacturers

USA - March 25 2016 What can you call a fruit juice made of 99.4% apple and grape juices, 0.3% pomegranate juice, 0.2% blueberry juice, and 0.1% raspberry juice? It…

James S. Blackburn.

E-Discovery: A Decisive "NO" - S.D.N.Y. Magistrate Judge Refuses to Order Defendant to Use Technology Assisted Review

USA - August 30 2016 Disputes have increasingly arisen between litigants regarding the use of technology assisted review (TAR) as opposed to keyword searching in…

David J. Weiner, John D. Lombardo, Kenneth L. Chernof, Michael E. Kientzle, Paul Beavers.

New Changes to Proposition 65 “Safe Harbor” Warnings

USA - September 14 2016 On August 30, 2016, the California Office of Administrative Law approved California’s nearly three-year effort to overhaul Proposition 65’s…

Anthony Samson, Sarah Esmaili, Trenton H. Norris.

Prop 65 Safe Harbor Level for Lead Is Safe (For Now)

USA - April 25 2016 For over 25 years, those selling products in California have been able to rely on the regulatory “safe harbor” level for lead of 0.5 micrograms per…

Sarah Esmaili, Trenton H. Norris.

Creative Commons Organization Asks Court For Permission To Weigh In On Licensing Dispute

USA - October 5 2016 More than one billion works have been licensed pursuant to "creative commons" licenses, which permit the free use of copyrighted material subject to…

David J. Weiner, John D. Lombardo, Kenneth L. Chernof, Michael E. Kientzle, Paul Beavers.