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Muffin-Mix Manufacturer Burned By “Natural” Labeling

USA - August 11 2016 As we previously reported, the food industry is currently awaiting formal guidance from the FDA on the meaning of the word “natural.” The agency...

FDA Puts Cryotherapy Treatment on Ice After “Informal” Review

USA - July 19 2016 Cryotherapy, a treatment that involves exposing oneself to temperatures as low as -300 degrees Fahrenheit, grabbed headlines last fall after the...

BLM’s Well Runs Dry as Judge Rules Agency Lacks Authority to Regulate Fracking

USA - June 24 2016 The District Court for the District of Wyoming ruled this week that the Department of Interior and Bureau of Land Management(BLM) do not have...

Inability to Show Predominance Unplugs Exercise-Machine Class Action

USA - June 21 2016 A recent decision from the District Court for the Northern District of Illinois highlights the critical role Rule 23(b)(3)’s predominance requirement...

Texas Court of Appeals: Executives Not Liable for Personal Injury

USA - May 25 2016 When plaintiffs are allegedly injured on a business’ premises, they may seek to cast a wide net and sue not just the corporation that owned the...