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Cannabis Packaging & Labelling Requirements: The Challenge of Building a Strong Brand

Canada’s new Cannabis Act[1] (the “Act”) will provide legal access to cannabis to adults across Canada. The main objective of the Act is to regulate adult-use cannabis “to protect public health and public safety”, especially the health of young persons.[2] These … Continue reading

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[Eugene Volokh] State Civil Protective Order Doesn't Preclude Federal Challenge to Criminal Harassment Statute

An interesting new Younger abstention case from the Ninth Circuit, arising in our challenge to Washington's very broad criminal harassment statute.[1.] A Washington state statute criminalizes (among other things) "mak[ing] an electronic communication to … a third party" "with intent … Continue reading

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[Eugene Volokh] Challenge to Ban on "Literature with Offensive Content" at Northeast Wisconsin Technical College

The policy — here, applied to someone passing out religious valentines — also bans "signs … with offensive content," and more generally limits even nonoffensive signs and leafleting to a narrow "free speech zone."Richard Esenberg, Tom Kamenick and Clyde Taylor … Continue reading

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Dawn Raids Under Challenge Due Process Aspects on the European Commission's Dawn Raid Practices

Helene Andersson has a new book Dawn Raids Under Challenge Due Process Aspects on the European Commission's Dawn Raid Practices. BOOK ABSTRACT: This book examines the European Commission's dawn raid practices in competition cases from a fundamental rights perspective. In… … Continue reading

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Cheese danish shipping, warrantless GPS trackers, and a border doctrine challenge

Enlarge / The border crossing at Port Huron, Michigan, as seen in 2015. (credit: Ken Lund / Flickr) At the end of August, a federal judge in Riverside, California made a potentially landmark decision for border privacy advocates—finding that it … Continue reading

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