Now that the 2010 Registration deadline for high volume
and high risk substances has passed, the European Commission, the European
Chemicals Agency (ECHA), and the Member State Competent Authorities are gearing
up for Authorisation - the true "Heart...
Richard Leighton's article titled "Awarding Attorney's Fees in 'Exceptional' Lanham Act Cases: A 'Jumble' of 'Murky' Law," is scheduled to appear in the next edition of the prestigious Trademark Reporter.
The Administrative Review Board (ARB), under the
substantial evidence standard, has upheld the ruling of an Administrative Law
Judge (ALJ) that Domino's Pizza violated the whistleblower provisions of the
Surface Transportation Assistance Act when...
The State Council of the People's Republic of China
announced the revised Regulation on the Control over Safety of Dangerous
Chemicals  , hereafter referred to as "the
revised Regulation") on March 02, 2011. It will become effective...
As previously reported by Keller and Heckman LLP,
President Obama signed the Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA) into law on
January 4, 2011. While most of the provisions regarding stricter food safety
standards will not be effective until 2012, FSMA...
15-Second Advertising Law Alert: 5th Circuit Explores "Outer Limits" of Lanham Act Standing
By Richard J. Leighton
Strange facts can make strange law. The Fifth Circuit yesterday issued a strange tutorial on Lanham Act prudential standing...
On April 27, 2011, the United States Supreme Court issued
an important decision upholding an arbitration clause barring class-wide
arbitration. The decision has important implications for telecommunications and
other consumer contracts, including website...