To support our clients during the COVID-19 pandemic, we provide below links to the Governor’s Executive Orders and California County directives and mandates.
In a major blow to web publishers, Judge Kimba Wood of the Southern District of New York reversed her own ruling from just two months ago and revived a photographer’s copyright suit against Mashable, Inc. (Mashable), over Mashable’s use of an embedded Instagram photograph on its website.
On Wednesday, July 1, Governor Newsom ordered restaurants and other indoor activities in much of the state to close down for a three-week period, due to concerns about rising COVID-19 metrics.
Most of California’s 58 counties are moving to reopen the majority of their business sectors, consistent with Phase 3 of Governor Newsom’s COVID-19 Resilience Roadmap.
As New York officials work to reduce the spread of COVID-19, we wanted to provide a resource center for the state's key executive orders and agency guidance.
In Halo Electronics, Inc. v. Pulse Electronics, Inc.,the Supreme Court held that 35 U.S.C. Section 284 provides for enhanced damages in egregious cases.
The use of telehealth technology and services has increased by record levels in 2020, driven by the realities of the COVID-19 pandemic and subsequent telehealth policy flexibilities temporarily implemented by federal, state and private payers.
On June 25, 2020, federal banking and securities regulators issued new regulations that will ease burdens on banks that involve themselves with certain types of investment funds.
Last week saw a rise in the number of cases reported in L.A. County, with over 2,000 new cases on five separate days. In addition, the County’s positive test rate rose to 9%, from 8%, as of Friday, June 26, 2020.
On Sunday, June 28, Governor Gavin Newsom ordered seven counties to close bars in their jurisdictions, due to rising COVID-19 metrics.