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New Proposed Regulation Provides More Guidance and Some Relief on Prop 65 Warning Requirements for Heat Processed Foods and Acrylamide

USA - September 8 2020 The Office of Environmental Health Hazard Assessment (“OEHHA”) recently proposed a regulation that would provide more certainty to businesses…

Whitney Roy

Second Circuit Holds That Investors Who Delegate Discretionary Authority to Investment Advisors are not Members of a “Group” for Purposes of Section 16(b) Liability

USA - May 26 2020 In Rubenstein v. Int’l Value Advisers, LLC, No. 19-560-CV, 2020 WL 2549507 (2d Cir. May 20, 2020), the United States Court of Appeals for the Second…

John P. Stigi III

A Cautionary Trade Secrets Tale: Failure To Preserve Potentially Relevant Evidence

USA - May 6 2020 Here, we provide a cautionary tale of what can happen to a business that fails to preserve documents that are potentially relevant evidence to…

Rebecca Edelson

Frustration of Purpose - Do I Have a Defense?

USA - March 17 2020 The COVID-19 (“coronavirus”) public health crisis has caused unprecedented business disruptions and uncertainty for existing contractual obligations…

Whitney Roy

Prop 65 Warnings and Acrylamide in Food - Can I Still Have My Coffee and Drink it Too?

USA - March 10 2020 Many of us think of coffee as a morning essential, however, there has been a long running debate between California regulators, courts, business, and…

Whitney Roy