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No Right to Jury Trial for Unfair Competition or False Advertising Claims in California

USA - July 8 2020 Any party to an action under California Unfair Competition Law (UCL) or False Advertising Law (FAL) should beware of the California Supreme Court’s…

New Emergency Rules Apply in All California Courts During COVID-19 Crisis

USA - April 10 2020 On April 6, 2020, the California Judicial Council, which dictates policy for the nation’s largest state court system, issued 11 emergency rules…

Bethany Gayle Lukitsch, Kevin M. Lally, Adam F. Summerfield, Molly M. White

State Environmental Enforcement Policies During COVID-19 and Response to EPA “Discretion” Policy

USA - April 2 2020 On March 26, 2020, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) announced it may ease enforcement of environmental legal obligations during the…

Richard C. Beaulieu, Charles D. Case, Gregory Hinojosa Evans, David A. Franchina, Katie G. Gregory, D. Bowen Heath, Eugene E. Mathews III, Andrew F. Gann Jr, L. Preston Bryant, Jr., Sylvia Macon Kastens, Samuel O. Lumpkin, W. Dixon Snukals, Heather Nixon Stevenson

CARES Act Provides Tax Relief to Encourage Charitable Giving in 2020

USA - March 31 2020 Charitable organizations, like many for-profit businesses, are facing significant hardships due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Recognizing that…

Bradley A. Ridlehoover, Jean Gordon Carter, Michele A. W. McKinnon

EPA indicates that it may relax enforcement measures for narrow categories of environmental legal obligations occurring after March 13, 2020, if pandemic causes inability to comply

USA - March 30 2020 On March 26, 2020, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency announced it may ease enforcement of environmental legal obligations during the COVID-19…

Richard C. Beaulieu, Charles D. Case, Gregory Hinojosa Evans, David A. Franchina, Katie G. Gregory, D. Bowen Heath, Eugene E. Mathews III, Andrew F. Gann Jr, L. Preston Bryant, Jr., Sylvia Macon Kastens, Heather Nixon Stevenson