Tag Archives: First

Arrested Eminent Domain Protester Still Can Sue City For First Amendment Violations

This one is more for our muni law friends, but today's post also has two eminent domain angles.  Anyone who has been to a city council meeting knows at least one fellow like this, considered a pain-in-the-butt by officials. A … Continue reading

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First Monsanto Roundup Trial Starts in June 2018 in San Francisco

Share This Item June 18, 2018 – San Francisco, California – – The trial of DeWayne Johnson v. Monsanto Company should begin sometime this month in the Superior Court for the County of San Francisco, California. Plaintiff DeWayne “Lee” Johnson … Continue reading

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First Lawyer at a Startup – How to Prevent a GC Hire Above You

If you are the first lawyer at a startup, the time will come when the company may look to hire a GC. And that GC may end up being above you. How do you prevent this and advance your interests? … Continue reading

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First Michigan Lawsuit in Midwest Salmonella Outbreak Linked to Precut Melons

By: Candess Zona-Mendola On June 12, 2018, national food safety lawyer Jory Lange of the Lange Law Firm, PLLC and lawyers Paul Zebrowski and Thomas A. Biscup of ZEBROWSKI LAW have filed a second lawsuit, the first in Michigan, in the … Continue reading

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The First Data Broker Law

Vermont is the first state to enact a law that will regulate data brokers that aggregate and sell data about consumers. The driving impetus of the legislation is to provide consumers with more information about the collection of their data … Continue reading

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