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EPA's TSCA Chemical Substance Inventory Identifies Newly Designated “Active” Chemicals

The U.S. EPA has released the updated Toxic Substances Control Act (TSCA) Chemical Substance Inventory (Inventory), which identifies non-confidential chemical substances designated as “active” in U.S. commerce. The April 2018...more

Drones Inside Retail Spaces

by Robins Kaplan LLP on

As drone technology improves, drone applications are changing the retail landscape. Drones can be used inside of retail spaces for a variety of purposes, including security, advertising, item tracking and in-store delivery....more

Special treatment for motor vehicle inventory interest under new federal tax law

The new 2017 tax law restricts the amount of interest most corporations can deduct on their returns, but includes a significant exception for automobile dealers. Under the revised version of section 163(j) of the Internal...more

Steps and Resources to Recover Homeowner Insurance Benefits After a Fire: A Tip-Sheet for Homeowner / Small Business Insurance...

by Farella Braun + Martel LLP on

Before worrying about an insurance claim, first ensure that you and your family, including pets and extended family, have their immediate needs met, particularly medical needs. When you are ready to begin the recovery...more

Superstorm Sandy Unable to Wash Away Sin of Contempt

by Farrell Fritz, P.C. on

As many judges and lawyers know, Superstorm Sandy has been used in litigation over the years as an excuse for things ranging from the seriously bad, like destroyed evidence, to the more mundane, like blown court deadlines. In...more

OCIE Releases Results of Cybersecurity Examination Initiative

On August 7, 2017, the Office of Compliance Inspections and Examinations (OCIE) of the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) released a summary of its observations (the report) from cybersecurity examinations of 75...more

Preparing for the Inventory Reset: It Is Not That Easy

With the recent release of the 2016 Chemical Data Reporting (CDR) dataset and the initial interim list of active substances released with the February 2017 copy of the Toxic Substances Control Act (TSCA) Inventory...more

Clock is Ticking on TSCA Inventory Reset - EPA to issue final rule in coming weeks that imposes sweeping new notification...

The 2016 amendments to the Toxic Substances Control Act (TSCA or the Act), modified Section 8(b) of the statute to require the United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to designate each chemical substance on the...more

Smart Store: How the Internet of Things is Changing Retail

by Robins Kaplan LLP on

In the 1999 Disney Channel original movie Smart House, the Cooper family learned the dangers of living in a house that learns to cater to their every need. Less than 20 years later, Smart House seems more reality than...more

EPA’s Proposed “Reset” of TSCA Chemical Inventory Requires Identification of “Active” and “Inactive” Chemicals and Confirmation of...

If you manufacture or import a chemical subject to the Toxic Substances Control Act (“TSCA”) Chemical Substance Inventory, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (“EPA”) has proposed to require you to confirm each such...more

TSCA Reset to Affect Nearly All Manufacturers, Importers and Processors

Companies that have manufactured or imported chemical products in the U.S. in the past ten years (alone or formulated in products and mixtures) should plan now to comply with new rules requiring them to identify and report...more

Probate Inventory: A Public Listing of Assets

by Davis Brown Law Firm on

When I first posted about Prince’s estate, I did not intend to continue providing updates. However, as administration of the estate continues, more and more opportunities arise to discuss how things could have been handled...more

EPA Proposes Toxic Substances Control Act Inventory "Reset" Rule - Pragmatic Proposal Reflects Stakeholder Suggestions

by King & Spalding on

The United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) published in today’s Federal Register its proposed approach to updating the list of chemical substances manufactured or processed in the United States, commonly known as...more

OLCC Eases Transition From Medical to Recreational Marijuana Sectors (and Releases Related Business Resources)

by Lane Powell PC on

The Oregon Liquor Control Commission (OLCC) recently adopted new rules designed to ease the transition from the Oregon Medical Marijuana Program (OMMP) to the OLCC regulated recreational marijuana industry. The rules address...more

Leaving a Tart Taste in One Processor’s Mouth: Court Dismisses Claims of a Plaintiff Subject to the Tart Cherry Order

by Varnum LLP on

Agricultural law can often be complicated, but it is not always this "tart." Burnette Foods, a tart cherry processor in Michigan, has found itself in an ironic position: it is subject to a law that was enacted with...more

Resolution of Intercreditor Dispute in Favor of ABL Lenders in the RadioShack Bankruptcy Case

by King & Spalding on

On May 11, 2016, the Delaware bankruptcy court issued an opinion in the RadioShack bankruptcy case addressing an intercreditor dispute between Salus Capital Partners, LLC, the “last out” lender in RadioShack’s prepetition...more

Debt Secured by Inventory Real Property is Not QRPBI

by Miles & Stockbridge P.C. on

In the recently released Revenue Ruling 2016-15, the IRS determined that discharge of debt income generated by the forgiveness of debt secured by real property constituted excludable qualified real property business...more

Manufacturing as a Service

by Benesch on

CONTEXT, a market research firm, projects that the worldwide 3D printer market (including printers, materials, and ancillary services) will grow to $17.8 billion over the next five years. One reason for the rapid expansion...more

Radio Frequency Identification: The Next Big Thing In Retail?

by Robins Kaplan LLP on

Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) might just be the next big thing in retail. RFID, an electronic device, small enough to remain undetected by the average consumer, can be discretely attached to an item and allows...more

So You Want To Sell Your Business… PART 2 of 4 – Preparing for the Sale

by Baker Donelson on

In our last installment we focused on the reasons why a business owner might wish to undertake a sale of a closely held business. Assuming that those reasons have been determined with ample time to prepare for a sale of the...more

Eleventh Circuit: Inventory Computation Exclusion Bars Alabama Employee Theft Claim

by Cozen O'Connor on

In February, we reported on an Alabama federal court decision that barred an insured from recovering for employee theft where the only evidence of shortage was a comparison between computer records and a physical inventory...more

Second Circuit Revives Securities Fraud Class Action Against the Manufacturer of the Keurig Coffeemaker

by Carlton Fields on

Late last week, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit reversed the dismissal of a shareholder class action against the makers of Keurig coffeemakers and their ubiquitous “K-Cups.” In so doing, the Second Circuit...more

What Happens to Your Digital Life After Death? Planning for the Transfer Of Digital Assets

Most people do not think about the large digital footprint that they have created. More importantly, they do not think about how their digital assets might pass (or not) at death. Since these assets may have value, either...more

Inventory Computation Exclusion Bars Employee Theft Claim in Alabama

by Cozen O'Connor on

Employee theft claims are frequently problematic when the only evidence of shortage is a comparison between computer records and a physical inventory conducted after the malefactor has been discharged.  ...more

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