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Recent Proposition 65 decision gives guidance to food, beverage and consumer goods companies

USA - August 15 2013 While the California Senate continues to deliberate reforming the Safe Drinking Water and Toxic Enforcement Act, commonly known as Proposition 65…

Anne Choi Goodwin, Chris Amantea, Karl M. Nobert, Mark C. Dosker, Patricia E. Lowry

CBD: Sometimes It Can Be Legal but Still “Unlawful”

USA - July 27 2020 In the Agricultural Act of 2014 (“2014 Farm Bill”), Congress exempted “industrial hemp” from the Controlled Substances Act (“CSA”) in certain narrow…

Joseph P. Grasser

Rethinking Consumer Privacy Litigation

USA - June 11 2020 “[M]odern enterprise and invention have, through invasions upon . . . Privacy, subjected [people] to mental pain and distress, far greater than could…

Kristin Bryan, Katy Spicer

False Advertising Claims Lurk in the Age of COVID-19

USA - March 26 2020 Companies around the world are scrambling to respond to the unprecedented challenges posed by the COVID-19 pandemic. We have all received many emails…

David Elkins, Eleanor Hagan

The role of science in burgeoning health litigation:a new perspective on food and beverage false advertising claims - fall 2015

USA - October 9 2015 The number of lawsuits filed in US courts that charge food and beverage suppliers with false advertising has dramatically increased in recent years…

Joseph P. Grasser, John A. Burlingame