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Richard Goldfarb
When to Call the Whole Thing Off

People who aren’t intellectual property lawyers often mix up trademark, copyright, patent and trade secret protection. Each provides a different kind of protection for a different kind of property interest, and they generally don’t overlap...

Mark Rogers
US Supreme Court: Tax Injunction Act Does Not Bar Suit Over Sales Tax Procedures

WASHINGTON, D.C. — (Mealey’s) The U.S. Supreme Court on March 3 held that a retailers trade association lawsuit challenging the constitutionality of a Colorado tax law, which requires retailers to notify customers of uncollected sales tax...

Francis G.X. Pileggi
Delaware Court of Chancery Rejects Request for Specific Performance of Oral Agreement

Pulieri v. Boardwalk Properties, LLC , C.A. No. 9886-CB (Del. Ch. Feb. 18, 2015) [ an enhanced version of this opinion is available to lexis.com subscribers ]. This Court of Chancery decision provides a primer on specific performance, unjust enrichment...

Richard Goldfarb
POM Wonderful’s Belated Christmas Gift

On December 30, the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals handed POM Wonderful a belated Christmas gift, and an unusual one at that. It reversed the denial of a preliminary injunction in a case it had brought against PUR Beverages, a d/b/a of Robert G. Hubbard...

DLA Piper
FDA’s New Menu Labeling and Vending Machine Requirements: 10 Key Answers For Food Businesses

by Scott W. Pink and Barry M. Heller The Food and Drug Administration has finalized its rules requiring that calorie information be listed on menus and menu boards of chains with at least 20 units operating under the same name and in connection with...

Richard Goldfarb
The U.S. Loses Its COOL. Again.

As you have probably read, the United States lost another round in its fight with Canada and Mexico in front of the World Trade Organization (“WTO”) over country of origin labeling (“COOL”) rules relating to beef and pork. Unless...