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Fashion Law Newsletter - March 2017

"Fashions fade, style is eternal." - Yves Saint Laurent - Welcome to our latest edition of Fashion Law where we provide you with the latest updates on legal issues affecting the fashion industry. In this issue we...more

Your Daily Dose of Financial News

Eddie Lampert’s Sears mega-gamble appears to finally be catching up with him. Or the store, at least. Mr. Lampert, it seems, will come out not as worse for the wear as one might have expected....more

Sears and the Going Concern Footnote

Traditionally, there has been no guidance in US GAAP about management’s responsibility to evaluate whether there is substantial doubt about an entity’s ability to continue as a going concern or to provide related footnote...more

New York District Court Flushes Nationwide Class, Permits New York Classes to Go Forward

In three related actions before the Eastern District of New York, consumer plaintiffs who purchased moist toilet wipes manufactured and produced by Kimberly-Clark and sold by Costco alleged that defendants mislabeled the...more

How Grocery Stores Are Starting to Cash in on the Blue Apron Trend

The Rise of the Gourmet Home Chef - Boxed meal delivery services like Blue Apron and Plated have steadily risen in popularity since they entered the market in 2012. Meal kit delivery services offer consumers a no-hassle...more

Expect Focus - International, Spring, March 2017

Rules of the (International) Road - An Overview - Going international is a complicated undertaking. Your specific situation and concerns will determine the steps required. The following outlines, very generally,...more

Leasing Retail Stores in New York City

New York City is a fascinating and dynamic retail market. It is also one of the most competitive and challenging, requiring a careful and methodical approach to leasing to avoid potential commercial and legal pitfalls. This...more

Home Depot Settles with Financial Institutions

A federal judge has preliminarily approved a proposed settlement of $25 million between Home Depot and financial institutions that issued payment cards that were affected by the Home Depot data breach in 2014. This proposed...more

EU antitrust enforcement 2.0 – European Commission raises concerns about algorithms and encourages individual whistleblowers

The European Competition Commissioner Margrethe Vestager has emphasised two important developments for EU antitrust enforcement, which have emerged from technological advancements: The Commission is taking proactive...more

When in Rome: Our Take on the ICSC OAC (Open Air Summit)

We know from our high school history lessons that large scale public shopping centers have been around since the days of the Roman Empire, if not before. The fabled open air markets of cities like Istanbul and Damascus still...more

Important New Business Tax Proposals for U.S. Tax System

During the past few months, there has been considerable speculation over potential changes to the U.S. tax system that could have an impact on international businesses. At this stage, the discussions are preliminary and the...more

2018: California Employment Laws on the Horizon

Are you finally caught up on all of the new California laws taking effect in 2017? Then begin preparing for 2018 because the California legislature has been busy drafting another set of employment related laws. Here is a...more

First Delivery Drones; Now Floating Warehouses

Amazon continues its claims to further innovation in the on-demand delivery space. Its latest patent attempts to give a “lift” to that quest. The USPTO very recently awarded Amazon a patent for giant warehouse blimps that...more

Home Depot Settles with Financial Institutions for Over $25 Million in Data Breach Case

New filings in the consolidated Home Depot data breach litigation, which we have previously covered on this blog, indicate that Home Depot and the remaining financial institution plaintiffs have reached a...more

5 Key Takeaways: Doing Business in California

In the recent webinar, “Doing Business in California”, Kilpatrick Townsend partner Nancy Stagg provided an overview of the current California consumer class action and regulatory landscape for retailers and other consumer...more

Verifone Investigating Breach of its Internal Corporate Network

Verifone, the largest maker of credit card point of sale terminals in the U.S., which assists various industries, including retailers, with credit and debit card swipe and process services, has affirmed that it is...more

Direct Sales to Consumers Exempt From Beer Franchise Laws?  Pa.L.C.B. Opines on Contract Brewing Arrangement Providing Beer to...

Recently, the Pa.L.C.B. published a legal opinion on the use of contract brewed beer by a couplet. A couplet is a manufacturing license (such as a G license for a brewery) that is used in conjunction with a brew pub (GP)...more

You Down with OPP? Pa.L.C.B. Opines on Manufacturers’ 50% Limitation for On-Premises Sales of Other People’s Products

Under Acts 39 and 166 of 2016, Pennsylvania-licensed manufacturers are now permitted to sell products made by other Pennsylvania-licensed manufacturers (such as Pennsylvania breweries, limited wineries, distilleries, and...more

Five Wage and Hour Questions: What’s “In Store” For 2017?

Seyfarth Synopsis: With the new administration and new year well underway, retail employers may be wondering what’s next for likely litigation and legislation impacting their business. Below are thoughts about five questions...more

New York City Council Committee Pursues Predictive Scheduling and Other Labor Bills

On Friday, March 3, 2017, the New York City Council’s Committee on Civil Service and Labor considered a package of six bills that could significantly affect the scheduling of fast food and other employees. These measures seek...more

Leveraging Digital Tech to Make Brick and Mortar Retail A Destination

With a growing percentage of retail sales shifting online, brick-and-mortar retailers are adopting novel approaches to enrich the experience of avisit to their stores. In some cases, stores are using novel technologies...more

Sounding the Call for a Federal Data Breach Notification Law

For a retailer experiencing a data breach, the realization that the sensitive personal information of hundreds, thousands, or even millions of individuals has been compromised is the scenario every executive hopes to avoid....more

A Host of Biometric Privacy/Facial Recognition Bills Currently Circulating in State Legislatures

We’ve written extensively about the numerous lawsuits, dismissals and settlements surrounding the Illinois Biometric Information Privacy Act (BIPA). The statute, generally speaking, prohibits an entity from collecting,...more

Fair Work Calls Time on Penalties

The Full Bench of the Fair Work Commission has handed down its decision on weekend and public holiday penalty rates in the Hospitality and Retail industries. This is a significant change for employers in only these two...more

Antitrust, Competition and Economic Regulation Quarterly Newsletter - Winter 2017

FTC takes another look at merger remedies - On 3 February 2017, the U.S. Federal Trade Commission (“FTC”) released its Merger Remedies Study, which analyzed the success of merger remedies imposed by the FTC from 2006 to...more

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