The Senate has unanimously confirmed two new commissioners to the Federal Trade Commission, filling out the Commission for the first time in almost two years.
In an effort to provide certainty and stability of tax treatment for U.S. and Chilean cross-border investors, U.S. Treasury Secretary Tim Geithner and Chilean Finance Minister Andrés Velasco signed on February 4, 2010 a new income tax treaty between the United States and Chile.
The American Academy of Pediatrics recently issued a policy statement, called “Prevention of Choking Among Children,” that seeks sweeping changes in the way food is designed and labeled, hoping to minimize the incidents of children choking on food.
Internet gambling has captured the attention of the House Financial Services Committee and its chairman, Congressman Barney Frank of Massachusetts.
The most stringent data security law in the country took effect in Massachusetts on March 1, requiring all entities to create a written data security plan and mandating the encryption of consumers’ personal information.
Companies who use celebrity endorsers are trying to protect their brands in the wake of the Tiger Woods scandal.
This closely watched case involving the intersection of the Communications Decency Act (“CDA”) and the Lanham Act has settled, soon after the court denied defendant’s motion for summary judgment.
All major title insurance companies have recently communicated to their customers that they will no longer provide "creditor's rights" title insurance coverage in lender's or owner's policies of title insurance through the American Land Title Association's (the ...
On March 5, 2010, the federal Office of Pharmacy Affairs (“OPA”) released new final guidelines for the utilization of contract pharmacies for the dispensing of drugs under the prescription drug discount program established under Section 340B of the Public Health Service Act (the ...