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The Food Labeling Modernization Act Is Back Again…

By Riëtte van Laack — On April 2, Rep. Frank Pallone, Jr. introduced the Food Labeling Modernization Act (FLMA) of 2018, an updated version of the FLMA of 2015. As we previously reported, the FLMA of 2015 was an updated … Continue reading

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Backpage Loses Another Section 230 Motion (Again Without SESTA/FOSTA)–Florida Abolitionists v. Backpage

During Congress’ SESTA/FOSTA deliberations, opponents repeatedly promised that the Doe v. Backpage litigation in Massachusetts would imminently provide key insights into Section 230’s purported limitations. Indeed, a week after the Senate passed the Worst of Both Worlds FOSTA, the court … Continue reading

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Update: City of Boston Allows Self-Driving Cars Once Again

Driverless cars have returned to Boston, following a brief stoppage following a fatal crash in Arizona. After that incident, the City of Boston asked companies testing self-driving passenger car services to suspend all tests and pilot programs until a safety … Continue reading

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The New Tax Law: It’s Déjà Vu All Over Again

The Tax Act represents the most significant rewrite of the United States tax code in over 30 years. Though the legislation was originally designed to simplify the tax code, this lofty goal was seemingly forgotten somewhere along the way and,… … Continue reading

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Oracle v. Google Again: The Unicorn of a Fair Use Jury Reversal

It's been about two years, so I guess it was about time to write about Oracle v. Google. The trigger this time: in a blockbuster opinion (and I never use that term), the Federal Circuit has overturned a jury verdict … Continue reading

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