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Making a “Made in the USA” Claim Requires a Reading of Federal and State Law

Given the rise in false advertising claims, manufacturers and retailers that wish to label or advertise their goods as being “Made in the USA” must be aware of federal and state laws that place certain requirements on the...more

"Federal Circuit Decision Underscores the Importance of Customs Compliance for All Parties to an Import Transaction"

A decision issued last week by the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit in United States v. Trek Leather, Inc. has shaken fundamental assumptions held by many U.S. importers and their business partners (including...more

2013: How Will China's Economy Affect American Businesses?

While many countries today would envy a 7.4 percent economic expansion rate, for China, the world’s second largest economy and the United States' second largest trade partner, that number suggests the lowest economic growth...more

Focused on Franchise Law - January 2013

In This Issue: - Mark Melton Has Become Of Counsel To The Firm - Franchisor 101: Personal Liability In New York For A Franchisor's Owners - Franchisee 101: Beer & Wine Franchisees Enjoy Protection From...more

Retail Industry Alert: December 2012 - What You Need to Know About the Changes to California’s Rigid Plastic Packaging Container...

Are you a manufacturer of products sold in plastic containers such as tools, consumer electronics, cosmetics, dish soap or soft drinks? Are you a company that rebrands these types of products for sale in your retail stores? ...more

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