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Judge's Deference to FDA's Interpretation of "Added Sugar" Regulation Secures Win for Food-Labeling Suit Defendant

When judges defer to an administrative agency’s interpretation of its own rule, targets of government regulation normally lose out. Private enterprises and organizations like Washington Legal Foundation… 574 more words

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Supreme Court to Once Again Examine Limits of Rule 10b-5 Liability in October Term 2018 Case “Lorenzo v. SEC”

Featured Expert Contributor, Corporate Governance/Securities Law

Stephen M. Bainbridge, William D. Warren Distinguished Professor of Law, UCLA School of Law.

Rule 10b-5 long has been the centerpiece of the Securities and Exchange Commission’s antifraud enforcement efforts. 1,292 more words

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Oklahoma High Court Rejects “Stream of Commerce” Doctrine as Basis for Specific Jurisdiction

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By Gary Isaac, Counsel in Mayer Brown LLP’s Litigation department. He has extensive experience litigating personal jurisdiction issues.

In the past several years, the U.S. 1,749 more words

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Demands for On-Label Disclosure of Possible Supply-Chain Abuses Fail in Ninth Circuit

A little over two years ago on this site, we discussed a new strain of food-labeling class action lawsuits quite unlike the run-of-the-mill “Food Court… 893 more words

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'In re Lipitor': Fourth Circuit Smacks Down Result-Oriented Expert Testimony

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By Evan M. Tager, a Partner in the Washington, DC office of Mayer Brown LLP, with  2,148 more words

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No Infinite Legal Duty: Arizona Supreme Court Rejects "Take Home" Asbestos Liability Theory

By Darrian Matthews, a 2018 Judge K.K. Legett Fellow at Washington Legal Foundation who will be entering her third year at Texas Tech University School of Law in the fall. 982 more words

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