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EU Announces Guidelines to Standardize Cloud Computing Agreements

In an effort to meet one of the key objectives of the European Union's Cloud Computing Strategy - to develop model terms for cloud computing contracts, including service-level agreements - an industry working group that includes…more

Cloud Computing, EU, European Commission, Popular, Service Level Agreements

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ERISA Fiduciaries Have a Duty to Inform

SUMMARY: In this case, the court found that the employer, serving as plan administrator of a group life insurance plan providing basic and supplemental coverage, may be liable for monetary damages for breach of its fiduciary…more

Employer Liability Issues, ERISA, Fiduciary Duty, Life Insurance, Plan Administrators

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The Way to San Jose: Not Through Federal Court

Frustrated with the inability of the Oakland Athletics to commit to relocate to San Jose in the face of the territorial objections of the San Francisco Giants – and by the failure of Major League Baseball (MLB) to bring the…more

Baseball, Cartwright Act, MLB, Sherman Act, Unfair Competition

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A Spoonful of Sugar? Better Put It on the Label - FDA Issues Draft Guidance on Branding Honey

Addressing concerns about adulterated honey products, the FDA has issued draft guidance clarifying labeling requirements. According to the guidance, purveyors of honey products must specify on the product label and in the…more

Brand, FDA, Food Labeling

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Beastie Boys v. Monster Energy Company - USDC, S.D. New York, December 4, 2014

Following jury verdict in favor of Beastie Boys on copyright infringement and Lanham Act claims, district court denies defendant Monster Energy Company’s motions for judgment as matter of law, for new trial, and for reduction in…more

Beastie Boys, Copyright, Copyright Infringement, Deceptive Intent, Jury Verdicts

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Leach Oil and Mouren-Laurens Oil Sites Add 1,300 New PRPs to Litigation

The Leach Oil Site and the Mouren-Laurens Oil Site are located adjacent to each other in Compton, California. These sites have been the subject of litigation between the current and former owners and operators for almost 15…more

Complex Litigation, Leach Oil, Mouren-Laurens Oil, Oil & Gas, PRP

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Highlights from Regulatory Initiatives - Outsourcing Panel

Loeb & Loeb LLP held its annual program, Outsourcing in Financial Services, on Jan. 23, 2013. Grace Vogel, Executive Vice President of the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA), and Michael Macchiaroli, Associate…more

Broker-Dealer, FINRA, Offshoring, Outsourcing, SEC

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Beastie Boys v. Monster Energy Company - USDC, S.D. New York, December 4, 2014

Following jury verdict in favor of Beastie Boys on copyright infringement and Lanham Act claims, district court denies defendant Monster Energy Company’s motions for judgment as matter of law, for new trial, and for reduction in…more

Beastie Boys, Copyright, Copyright Infringement, Deceptive Intent, Jury Verdicts

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FTC's Year-End Report to Congress on Debit Card Transaction Rules Outlines Agency's Enforcement and Education Initiatives

As 2012 came to a close, the Federal Trade Commission updated Congress on its enforcement and other efforts in connection with the new rules regulating debit card transactions implemented last year by the Federal Reserve Board…more

Debit and Credit Card Transactions, Debit Cards, Dodd-Frank, FTC

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Beastie Boys v. Monster Energy Company - USDC, S.D. New York, December 4, 2014

Following jury verdict in favor of Beastie Boys on copyright infringement and Lanham Act claims, district court denies defendant Monster Energy Company’s motions for judgment as matter of law, for new trial, and for reduction in…more

Beastie Boys, Copyright, Copyright Infringement, Deceptive Intent, Jury Verdicts

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Delaware Supreme Court Validates Fee-Shifting Bylaws

The Delaware Supreme Court has declared valid on its face a bylaw requiring the members of a non-stock corporation to pay its legal fees incurred in defending the members' unsuccessful suit against the corporation, endorsing an…more

ATP Tours, Bylaws, Fee-Shifting Statutes, PSLRA

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Accountability Program Releases Compliance Warning on Enhanced Noticed for Online Native Advertising

The Online Interest-Based Advertising Accountability Program is serious about compliance with the transparency and consumer control provisions of the Digital Advertising Association's Self-Regulatory Principles for Online…more

Advertising, Behavioral Advertising, Data Collection, Digital Media, Disclosure

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CFTC's No-action Relief on Guarantor Swap Requirements Ends March 31, 2013

The Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act of 2010 (the "Dodd-Frank Act") requires that swaps (as defined in 7 U.S.C. § 1a(47)) be entered into on designated contract markets unless the parties to the swap are…more

CFTC, Dodd-Frank, Eligible Contract Participant, Guarantors, Loan Documentation

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IP: Protecting your brand in the Internet of the future -- Pre- and post-delegation rights protection mechanisms for gTLDs

Originally published in InsideCounsel.com on November 20, 2012. As the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) gears up to begin delegating up to 1,000 new generic top-level domains (gTLDs) in little…more

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Supreme Court Hears Arguments on Appellate Standard of Review Over Patent Claim Construction

The United States Supreme Court heard oral argument October 15, 2014, in Teva Pharm. USA, Inc. v. Sandoz, Inc., No. 13-854. (The transcript and audio recording are available here.) The question before the Court in this case is…more

Claim Construction, de novo standard of review, Patent Litigation, Patents, Pharmaceutical Patents

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NYC Council Expands Sick Time Law

The Earned Sick Time Act was initially enacted by the New York City Counsel on June 26, 2013, when it overrode Mayor Michael Bloomberg’s veto. The Act, which takes effect on April 1, 2014, requires all private employers…more

Employee Rights, Paid Leave, Sick Leave

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Beastie Boys v. Monster Energy Company - USDC, S.D. New York, December 4, 2014

Following jury verdict in favor of Beastie Boys on copyright infringement and Lanham Act claims, district court denies defendant Monster Energy Company’s motions for judgment as matter of law, for new trial, and for reduction in…more

Beastie Boys, Copyright, Copyright Infringement, Deceptive Intent, Jury Verdicts

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Accountability Program Releases Compliance Warning on Enhanced Noticed for Online Native Advertising

The Online Interest-Based Advertising Accountability Program is serious about compliance with the transparency and consumer control provisions of the Digital Advertising Association's Self-Regulatory Principles for Online…more

Advertising, Behavioral Advertising, Data Collection, Digital Media, Disclosure

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ICANN’s domains under attack

Originally published in the December 2012/January 2013 issue of Intellectual Property Magazine. In the wake of ICANN’s failure earlier this year to dismiss anti-trust allegations arising from the new generic top level…more

Domain Names, gTLD, ICANN, Infringement, Internet

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NAD Finds Fault with Taste Test’s Survey Universe and Test Locations

In a recent decision involving taste tests and preference claims for sweetened breakfast cereals, the National Advertising Division (NAD) once again reminds advertisers that advertising claims must be substantiated by properly…more

Advertising, Food Manufacturers, Marketing, NARB, Surveys

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Are You Ready? The EU “Cookie Sweep” Is Upon Us

This week, European authorities will be conducting a "cookie sweep" consisting of random checks of websites to ensure that they are complying with European Union (EU) "cookie" laws…more

Cookies, Data Protection, EU, EU Data Protection Laws, Internet

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United States and China Patent Offices Launch Priority Document Exchange

The United States Patent and Trademark Office (PTO) and the State Intellectual Property Office of China (SIPO) have launched a new service that will allow the two offices to exchange patent application priority documents -…more

China, Patent Applications, Patents, SIPO, USPTO

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What’s In a Name? The Value of Pharmaceutical & Biologic Branding

September 2014 marks 30 years since the Hatch-Waxman Amendments (Hatch-Waxman) to the Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act (FD&C Act) introduced generics as we know them. Hatch- Waxman strove to offer consumers the benefits of “rapid…more

Biologics, FDA, FDCA, Hatch-Waxman, Pharmaceutical

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High Net Worth Family Tax Report, Vol. 9, No. 3

In This Issue: - Tax planning strategies to consider before the end of the year - The IRS announces inflation-adjusted amounts for 2015 - Case update: Taxpayer’s deduction for interest capitalized in loan…more

Capital Gains, Inflation Adjustments, IRA, IRS, Private Letter Rulings

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Foul play over US trademark

The Washington Redskins name has attracted fierce debate over the years. Edward Lee and Douglas Masters, attorneys at Loeb & Loeb, discuss the latest attempt to revoke the mark - US trademark law prohibits the…more

Disparagement, Football, Native American Issues, Trademarks

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Revised Florida Sweepstakes Law Effective April 10, 2013

The State of Florida has amended its law governing games of chance (F.S. 849), revising certain provisions including those governing game promotions and sweepstakes run by retailers and consumer brands, among others. The…more

Amended Legislation, Gambling, Retailers, Sweepstakes

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Regulators at SIFMA Regional Conference Highlight Regulatory, Litigation and Arbitration Risks

At a recent regional SIFMA conference, the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA) and state regulators discussed the risks inherent in the ongoing low-yield environment. The…more

Arbitration, Arbitration Agreements, Compliance, Cybersecurity, Data Protection

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The New Promotional Rules: “There Are No New Promotional Rules”

There is resounding evidence that physicians and patients rely on the Internet—including social medial platforms—to research and communicate health information. FDA, however, has been slow to adapt even though the potential…more

Advertising, Draft Guidance, FDA, Health Care Providers, Off-Label Promotion

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Accountability Program Releases Compliance Warning on Enhanced Noticed for Online Native Advertising

The Online Interest-Based Advertising Accountability Program is serious about compliance with the transparency and consumer control provisions of the Digital Advertising Association's Self-Regulatory Principles for Online…more

Advertising, Behavioral Advertising, Data Collection, Digital Media, Disclosure

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CAFA: Recent Developments on the Jurisdictional and Settlement Fronts

Since Congress enacted the Class Action Fairness Act (CAFA) in 2005, the nation’s class action litigation has increasingly migrated to the federal stage, with plaintiffs bringing more class actions directly to federal court and…more

CAFA, Class Action, Federal Jurisdiction, Jurisdiction, Removal

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Social media boosting college football popularity

Harris Poll, a company that has asked adult fans to identify their favorite sport each year since 1985, recently reported that professional football is the most popular sport in America — for the 30th year in a row. For…more

College Athletes, Football, Harris Poll, Social Media, Social Networks

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For companies, perils abound when soliciting information at point of sale

Of all of the numbers that are part of your daily personal life, which are important enough to keep private? Your Social Security number? Definitely. Your date of birth? Maybe — depending on how cautious (and how old) you…more

Class Action, Debit and Credit Card Transactions, Michaels, Personally Identifiable Information, Point of Sale Terminals

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Expanding Market for Insurance and Risk Securities Promises High Risk, High Reward - and High Potential for Claims

The securities marketplace has experienced a resurgence of interest in insurance- and risk-linked securities, primarily as a result of Hurricane Katrina and Superstorm Sandy. First introduced after the Northridge earthquake and…more

Higher-Risk Securitizations, Investors, Natural Disasters, Reinsurance

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California Senate Unanimously Supports Broader Inquiry into State Gambling Regulations

California's Senate unanimously approved a bill (Senate Bill 601) that would amend the state's existing gambling law to enlarge the Gaming Policy Advisory Committee, the body tasked with considering the state's gambling…more

Gambling

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Developing a Framework for Arbitrating Standards-Essential Patent Disputes

A growing chorus of voices is calling for the use of arbitration to resolve disputes concerning standards-essential patents (SEPs). Those advocating the arbitration of SEP-related disputes include academic commentators, …more

Arbitration, Patent Litigation, Patents, Standards-Essential Patents

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FTC Sets Guidelines for Mobile Privacy Disclosures

The FTC issued a new report, Mobile Privacy Disclosures: Building Trust Through Transparency, on February 1, 2013, detailing the Commission's recommendations for best practices for key players in the mobile "ecosystem": mobile…more

Address Book, Advertising, App Developers, App Platform Providers, COPPA

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2013 Recap: Changes in LIBOR That Could Affect the Agreements Concerning Your Financial Transactions

2013 saw a number of changes to LIBOR, the key interest rate benchmark that is used in a range of financial transactions. These changes have already impacted existing financial transactions, and, almost certainly, will continue…more

Banks, BBALL, Contract Drafting, Interest Rates, Libor

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New LIBOR Administrator and Credit Documentation

ICE Benchmark Administration Limited (ICE) has assumed responsibility for administering the London Inter Bank Offered Rate (LIBOR) as of February 1, 2014. No longer will the LIBOR benchmark be administered by BBA LIBOR Ltd., a…more

Banks, British Bankers' Association, Data Collection, Libor, UK

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The Regulators Are Coming! The Regulators Are Coming!

Regulators, in-house lawyers and compliance officers told a serious cautionary tale at the recent Practicing Law Institute Broker-Dealer Regulation and Enforcement seminar. Representatives of the Securities and Exchange…more

Alternative Investment Funds, Anti-Money Laundering, Broken Windows, Broker-Dealer, Brokers

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CFTC's No-action Relief on Guarantor Swap Requirements Ends March 31, 2013

The Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act of 2010 (the "Dodd-Frank Act") requires that swaps (as defined in 7 U.S.C. § 1a(47)) be entered into on designated contract markets unless the parties to the swap are…more

CFTC, Dodd-Frank, Eligible Contract Participant, Guarantors, Loan Documentation

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New AAA Consumer Arbitration Rules Go Into Effect September 1

The American Arbitration Association (AAA) has released a set of stand-alone rules that apply to arbitrations involving consumer disputes. The rules go into effect September 1, 2014. To date, the AAA has been administering…more

American Arbitration Association, Arbitration, Final Rules

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Social media boosting college football popularity

Harris Poll, a company that has asked adult fans to identify their favorite sport each year since 1985, recently reported that professional football is the most popular sport in America — for the 30th year in a row. For…more

College Athletes, Football, Harris Poll, Social Media, Social Networks

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New LIBOR Administrator and Credit Documentation

ICE Benchmark Administration Limited (ICE) has assumed responsibility for administering the London Inter Bank Offered Rate (LIBOR) as of February 1, 2014. No longer will the LIBOR benchmark be administered by BBA LIBOR Ltd., a…more

Banks, British Bankers' Association, Data Collection, Libor, UK

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Abolish the Attorney Client Privilege - It serves little use in practice, while the work-product privilege offers a safer harbor.

One of the great myths of the legal profession is that the attorney- client privilege promises absolute confidentiality, to ensure clients’ full disclosure to their counsel. However, as most lawyers know too well, clients have a…more

Attorney-Client Privilege, Confidentiality, Work Product Privilege

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Music Law Weekly Case Update for Music Industry Executives - March 14, 2013

In This Issue: - Scorpio Music (Black Scorpio) S.A. v. Willis, USDC S.D. California, March 4, 2013: District court denies motion to dismiss Village People lead singer’s counterclaim asserting 50 percent ownership…more

Copyright, Music, Music Industry, Statute of Limitations

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Affordable Care Act Compliance Reminder

Although the IRS has announced that it will delay the enforcement of certain provisions of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (also known as the "Affordable Care Act" or "Obamacare"), employers are still required to…more

Affordable Care Act, DOL, Health Insurance Exchanges, Healthcare, IRS

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College Coaching Comebacks Petrino and Pearl Get Second Chances: The Moral(s) of the Story

Bobby Petrino seems to turn every team that he coaches into a winner – and a cash cow. After Petrino took over the Louisville Cardinals in 2003, he increased the team’s revenue from $10 million to $19 million in just three…more

Athletes, Coaches, College Athletes, Colleges, Sports

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Affordable Care Act Compliance Reminder

Although the IRS has announced that it will delay the enforcement of certain provisions of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (also known as the "Affordable Care Act" or "Obamacare"), employers are still required to…more

Affordable Care Act, DOL, Health Insurance Exchanges, Healthcare, IRS

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FICA Special Timing Rule for Nonqualified Deferred Compensation Applies Even When Employees Never Receive Deferred Amounts

The Federal Insurance Contributions Act (FICA) tax is comprised of a Social Security tax, currently at a 6.2 percent rate for each of the employer and employee on wages up to $117,000 (the Social Security "wage base") and a…more

FICA, FICA Taxes, Healthcare, Medicare, Medicare Taxes

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Beastie Boys v. Monster Energy Company - USDC, S.D. New York, December 4, 2014

Following jury verdict in favor of Beastie Boys on copyright infringement and Lanham Act claims, district court denies defendant Monster Energy Company’s motions for judgment as matter of law, for new trial, and for reduction in…more

Beastie Boys, Copyright, Copyright Infringement, Deceptive Intent, Jury Verdicts

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High Net Worth Family Tax Report, Vol. 9, No. 3

In This Issue: - Tax planning strategies to consider before the end of the year - The IRS announces inflation-adjusted amounts for 2015 - Case update: Taxpayer’s deduction for interest capitalized in loan…more

Capital Gains, Inflation Adjustments, IRA, IRS, Private Letter Rulings

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Accountability Program Releases Compliance Warning on Enhanced Noticed for Online Native Advertising

The Online Interest-Based Advertising Accountability Program is serious about compliance with the transparency and consumer control provisions of the Digital Advertising Association's Self-Regulatory Principles for Online…more

Advertising, Behavioral Advertising, Data Collection, Digital Media, Disclosure

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United States and China Patent Offices Launch Priority Document Exchange

The United States Patent and Trademark Office (PTO) and the State Intellectual Property Office of China (SIPO) have launched a new service that will allow the two offices to exchange patent application priority documents -…more

China, Patent Applications, Patents, SIPO, USPTO

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Two California Privacy Bills Introduced

California Assemblyman Isadore Hall introduced Assembly Bill 257 which addresses mobile privacy. The bill would codify many of the best practices proposed by the California Attorney General in her report titled “Privacy on the…more

Advertising Networks, Attorney Generals, FTC, Kamala Harris, Mobile Apps

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Brevity Is the Soul of Law

Shakespeare wrote in Hamlet that “Brevity is the soul of wit,” and this observation holds true for legal persuasion as well. Brevity is — or at least should be — the soul of law. Years ago I wrote what I thought was a…more

Career Development, Legal Writing

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Beastie Boys v. Monster Energy Company - USDC, S.D. New York, December 4, 2014

Following jury verdict in favor of Beastie Boys on copyright infringement and Lanham Act claims, district court denies defendant Monster Energy Company’s motions for judgment as matter of law, for new trial, and for reduction in…more

Beastie Boys, Copyright, Copyright Infringement, Deceptive Intent, Jury Verdicts

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Areas of Practice
  • Antitrust & Trade Regulation
  • Appellate Practice
  • Art, Entertainment, & Sports Law
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Number of Attorneys

100+ Attorneys

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