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10.19.21

FDA guidance aims to reduce sodium consumption

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10.04.21

Coast to coast data protection law looming for United States

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09.15.21

Pathways to cannabis brand protection in New York State

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08.30.21

The future of collegiate sports and NIL regulation

  • 08.26.21

    Get it right the first time: US TTB labeling guidance

    In May 2021, the US Alcohol and Tobacco Tax and Trade Bureau (“TTB”) issued guidance and helpful tips for alcoholic beverage companies seeking quicker product label approvals. Because applications for certificates of label approval, or COLAs, are often rejected or returned to applicants due to easily avoidable issues, the TTB provided a series of tips to help applicants thwart any issues before they arise.

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  • 08.11.21

    More than $600 million in cryptocurrency stolen in a record...

    Poly Network, a decentralized finance (DeFi) platform connecting various blockchains (and some of the most widely used, such as Binance Smart Chain, Ethereum, and Polygon blockchains), disclosed late yesterday that it was hacked and that more than $600 million in cryptocurrencies was stolen as a result.

    Category Cybersecurity

  • 08.05.21

    Protecting artificial intelligence in the age of DeFi

    The fast-growing field of decentralized finance (DeFi) employs many artificial intelligence (AI) technologies. However, certain traditional techniques for protecting intellectual property (IP) around AI are unsuitable for some decentralized, blockchain-based technologies. Nevertheless, clever solutions can be employed to protect the IP of such technologies. Thus, it is important for a business to consider and identify its sources of competitive advantage as early as possible.

    Category Artificial Intelligence

  • 08.02.21

    Rhode Island sues Facebook over the Cambridge Analytica data...

    The Rhode Island retirement system is suing Facebook, and others personally, including Facebook co-founder, Mark Zuckerberg, alleging breaches of fiduciary duty in connection with Facebook’s collection of users’ private information that was obtained by Cambridge Analytica and misused for political purposes.

    Category Privacy

  • 07.20.21

    FERC takes first steps to reform electric regional transmission...

    Last week the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) voted to issue an Advance Notice of Proposed Rulemaking (ANOPR). The ANOPR is FERC’s first step to overhaul how electric transmission in this country get planned, built, and paid for in order to better accommodate the growth of renewable energy projects.

    Category Energy