From their creation in 1993, the New York State Supreme Court Commercial Division Rules have been developed and refined by judges and practitioners to pursue the twin goals of cost containment and fair adjudication.
On January 21, the Children’s Advertising Review Unit announced a social media and photo editor app that has become well known to teens and tweens for the “VSCO girl” trend is not an online service that is either primarily or secondarily directed toward children as defined by the ...
The Patent Trial and Appeal Board (Board) designated as precedential two decisions involving situations where the Board determined whether to institute review, using its discretion and based on whether review would be an efficient use of the Board’s resources.
In the wake of a pandemic that has pushed our healthcare system to its limits, crippled the economy and brought into stark relief longstanding racial inequities, we are faced with both the opportunity and the imperative to rethink the role of federal leadership in creating a healthier America.
More than 19 million individuals in the United States lack meaningful access to birth control within their communities.
On January 21, 2021, the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health (LADPH) noted that for the past weeks, the seven-day average number of cases was 10,560, a decrease of 30%.
As California begins to see the recent surge in COVID-19 infections recede, the state is lifting some of the most stringent restrictions on economic and social activities.
In one of many last-minute actions likely to be challenged by Democrats, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau issued a final rule “codifying” the September 2018 Interagency Statement.
The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission proposed two new regulations on January 7 applying the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 and the Genetic Information Nondiscrimination Act of 2008 to workplace wellness programs.
Rohit Chopra will be nominated as the next Director of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau.