Tag Archives: Product

Are GAL Communications and Work Product Covered By Attorney-Client Privilege?

In this article, we will answer a reader question: “are Guardian Ad Litem communications and work product covered by attorney-client privilege?” Read more detail on Recent Real Estate and Property Law posts –

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FCA consults on product intervention measures for retail binary options

On 7 December 2018, the FCA published Consultation Paper 18/37: Product intervention measures for retail binary options (CP18/37). Earlier this year the European Securities and Markets Authority (ESMA) introduced a temporary EU-wide product intervention measure to ban investment firms from … Continue reading

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FTC Swats Public Relations Firm and Publisher for Misleading Olympic-Themed Mosquito Repellant Product Endorsements and Native Advertisements

On November 20, 2018, the United States Federal Trade Commission (“FTC”) proposed two FTC consent orders against two Georgia-based companies, Creaxion Corporation (“Creaxion”) and Inside Publications, LLC (“Inside”) and their principals[1] concerning the promotion and advertising of Health Pro Brands, … Continue reading

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Manufacturers Have Strict Liability with Product Defects

When a defective or unexpectedly dangerous product injures you, you can file a product liability lawsuit to collect personal injury compensation. Most product liability cases in Illinois fall under the theory of strict liability, which means that you do not have … Continue reading

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Defensive Collateral Estoppel Applies Only if Essentially Identical Accused Product Found Non-infringing

In its opinion, the Federal Circuit explained that defensive collateral estoppel of non-infringement applies in very limited circumstances where “a close identity exists between the relevant features of the accused device and the device previously determined to be non-infringing such … Continue reading

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