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Richard Goldfarb
New York "Big Gulp" Ban Bites It For Good

The New York Court of Appeals has ruled in the case of Statewide Coalition of Hispanic Chambers of Commerce v. New York City Department of Health & Mental Hygiene to strike down, permanently, New York City's attempted ban on sugar-based beverages...

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Richard Goldfarb
VPN and Pizza: The Right Way To Deal with Food Claims

An article in Thursday's Wall Street Journal reminded me of a point I’ve been trying to make for years but didn’t have a good hook to do so. Now that this idea is in print, I do, so here goes. The article concerns a group called Associazione...

Margit Livingston
Professor Margit Livingston on Legal Malpractice for Failure to File a U.C.C. Article 9 Financing Statement

Every secured party's nightmare is the realization that it forgot to file a financing statement in the appropriate public office to perfect its security interest. Sometimes that nightmare extends to the secured party's attorney, who may find herself...

Richard Goldfarb
A Cereal. A Rabbi. A Peppercorn.

What can you say about an internet contracting strategy that died? I’m referring, of course, to General Mills’ abortive attempt to include new terms of service on all its internet and social media products, including an agreement to arbitrate...

Melissa Ritti
U.S. Supreme Court Hears Oral Arguments in False Advertising Case

WASHINGTON, D.C. — (Mealey’s) An attorney for The Coca-Cola Co. told the U.S. Supreme Court today that a dispute over the veracity of a fruit juice label does not fall within the purview of the Lanham Act ( POM Wonderful LLC v. The Coca-Cola...

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Pom Wonderful Brings Food Labeling Dispute to the U.S. Supreme Court: When Are Claims Based On Allegedly Improper Product Labeling Barred by the Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act?

by Claudia M. Vetesi and Lisa A. Wongchenko A long-standing false advertising dispute between beverage companies Pom Wonderful and Coca-Cola has reached the United States Supreme Court and carries far-reaching implications for other food labeling litigation...