Manatt partner Mark Lee will be speaking at the "Avenues of Sports Law" event sponsored by the Sports Law Societies of USC, UCLA, and Loyola Law Schools on Saturday, February 18, 2012.
The maker of Nutella hazelnut spread has agreed to change its labeling and advertising and fund a $550,000 account to settle a class-action suit over the product’s marketing.
This year mobile marketing will continue to play a huge role in helping to drive brand awareness and generate sales.
This morning the United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit issued its highly anticipated opinion in California's Proposition 8 litigation.
Local regulators in California have accused food producers and consumer products manufacturers of violating so-called “slack fill” requirements for product packaging and have commenced a wave of enforcement actions.
On Monday, January 23, the Supreme Court of California resolved a question regarding which costs an appellant may recover after prevailing on appeal.
Upromise, a membership rewards service for those trying to save money for college, recently settled with the Federal Trade Commission over charges that it collected consumers’ personal information without adequate disclosures.
Appellate courts often confront various forms of deficient lawyering, particularly involving questions of dishonesty and frivolity.
The likelihood that online gambling will soon be legalized has increased now that the Department of Justice issued a recent memorandum opinion.
On January 18, 2012, the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (“CMS”) published a proposed rule addressing the calculation of the hospital-specific cap on Medicaid disproportionate share hospital (“DSH”) payments.