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Key elements of a top-notch compliance program

USA - January 8 2015 In this era of increased regulation and transparency, companies must be proactive to ensure regulatory compliance and to protect their brand. To that...

Jessica Peters Goodfellow.

Bid to explore bias by Ford experts rebuffed as ‘fishing expedition’

USA - April 8 2014 A product liability plaintiff seeking to explore alleged bias by two experts retained by Ford Motor Co. may not depose the experts' employers, the...

Risk management: tips for consumer product manufacturers

USA - November 22 2013 The US Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) continues to encourage manufacturers to attain compliance with the Consumer Product Safety Act...

Jessica Peters Goodfellow.

Backing up your advertising representations: the FTC's substantiation requirement

USA - June 5 2013 Recently, the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) has ramped up its enforcement efforts against companies that make false or misleading representations in...

Patrick C. Wooten.

Another bite at the Daubert apple: the use of experts at the class certification stage

USA - July 2 2012 When expert opinions are offered at the class certification stage, federal courts have been conflicted on whether they should evaluate the opinions under Daubert and Federal Rule of Evidence 702, or whether those procedural safeguards are better left for another stage of litigation....

Jay T. Thompson, James B. Glenn.