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Retail and Consumer Products Law Roundup - March 2017

Retailers Prevail Over Pharmacy Customers in California Tax Suit - Retailers have won a victory in the realm of California taxation in McClain v. Sav-on Drugs (March 13, 2017) __ Cal.App.5th __ (Nos. B265011 &...more

Supreme Court Considers the Necessary Intent for Bank Fraud

The U.S. Supreme Court recently heard oral argument (on October 4) in Shaw v. U.S., a case that will allow the Justices to decide whether proving a scheme to defraud a bank in violation of 18 U.S.C. § 1344(1) requires proving...more

Bank Fraud Statute Returns to Supreme Court

Does the federal bank fraud statute require proof of an intent to deceive a bank as well as cheat it out of some of its funds? What happened - The U.S. Supreme Court has agreed to answer this question in Shaw v....more

Proposal Made to the Knight Commission Re Alternative Regulatory Scheme for College Sport

The Knight Commission on Intercollegiate Athletics met in Washington, D.C. on May 19, 2015. Manatt’s Sports Law Practice Group Chair, Ron Katz, was invited to give a statement on alternative regulatory schemes for college...more

5/31/2015  /  College Athletes , NCAA , School Sports

Institute of Sports Law and Ethics, Co-Founded by Manatt’s Ron Katz, Is Currently Active on Three Fronts: Deflategate, Homophobia...

The Institute of Sports Law and Ethics (ISLE) at Santa Clara University is currently active on three fronts: Deflategate, homophobia and safer soccer. Re Deflategate, Ron Katz, co-founder of ISLE, has been quoted extensively...more

5/14/2015  /  Deflategate , Ethics , NFL , School Sports , Sports

Ethics: Cleaning Up Your Act

Ever read a brief and felt the urge to cry out "this stinks?" Well, an appellate court in Indiana had that experience last summer, and meant it literally. The court's opinion dropped a footnote to complain that the physical...more

8/30/2013  /  Compliance , Corporate Culture , Ethics

Rubbernecking on the Ethics Highway

California is justly famous for its highways. But human operation of vehicles makes accidents on the road inevitable. Equally inevitable is rubbernecking: gawking at carnage resulting from highway mishaps. Many drivers simply...more

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