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The Second Circuit recently held that artist Andy Warhol’s use of Lynn Goldsmith’s photograph of the musician Prince (the “Goldsmith Photograph”) to create fifteen new unauthorized silkscreen and pencil artworks (the “Prince Series”) was not fair use.
As discussed in a previous alert, The American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) provides 100% subsidized premiums for health care continuation coverage under COBRA for eligible individuals and their dependents.
Decision highlights the need for applicants to focus on additional improvements to technology when drafting and prosecuting applications directed to computer-implemented diagnostics methods.
AgTech companies face an exciting opportunity to play a large role in achieving sustainability and promoting ESG.
In a new Field Assistance Bulletin (FAB), the Wage and Hour Division announced that it will return to pursuing liquidated damages from employers found due in its pre-litigation investigations provided that the Regional Solicitor or his/her designee concurs with the liquidated damages request.
As we previously reported, in 2019 the California Chamber of Commerce filed suit against the State of California requesting that the State and private enforcers be enjoined from requiring Proposition 65 warnings on foods that contain acrylamide. Since then, manufacturers and distributors of ce
After an extended and significant debate on Tuesday, April 6, the DC Council approved a delay in the Mayor’s submission of the FY2022 District budget to May 27, 2021.
With COVID-19 vaccinations increasing, interest has grown in developing COVID-19 passports, digitized verification that the bearer has been fully inoculated against the virus. Last week, however, Florida Governor Ron DeSantis issued an Executive Order banning them in his state.
Employers should ensure they have appropriate policies in place for properly handling confidential medical records.
As we explained in a previous alert, one of the lesser-known provisions of the March 2020 Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act was a significant overhaul of the way that most OTC drugs are regulated in the United States.
Two recent antitrust decisions by federal courts offer cautionary tales for businesses and trade associations. The cases involve common antitrust trouble spots: complaints from customers, “bad emails,” and competitor boycotts through what may seem like legitimate trade association activity.
Employers should be mindful of this new leave law understanding that they may not take any adverse action, discriminate, or retaliate against an employee for requesting leave to receive the COVID-19 vaccine.
Non-fungible tokens or NFTs are digital assets that run on blockchain. The value of NFTs largely stems from the idea of scarcity.
On March 31, 2021, President Biden presented an infrastructure spending plan coupled with a tax reform plan that seeks to raise corporate income taxes (the “American Jobs Plan” and the “Made in America Tax Plan”).
USTR is soliciting comments and has scheduled hearings regarding the potential imposition of Section 301 tariffs of up to 25% in response to the Digital Services Tax adopted by Austria, India, Italy, Spain, Turkey, and the United Kingdom.
In an eagerly anticipated action, the Biden Administration announced yesterday the $2.25 trillion dollar “American Jobs Plan,” the first part of the Administration’s Build Back Better Plan. 
Today in Pittsburgh President Biden unveiled the first part of his Build Back Better plan, a $2.25 trillion dollar infrastructure plan titled the “American Jobs Plan.”
Biden’s Executive Order on Tackling the Climate Crisis at Home and Abroad presents the agriculture sector with opportunities to have a voice in how the Administration meets its targets to reduce and mitigate greenhouse gas emissions.
Blockchain, or distributed ledger technology, is the underlying technology on which cryptocurrencies are built
The New York Department of Financial Services (DFS) became the first US financial regulator to issue climate-related guidance intended to require insurers to manage the complex financial risks of climate change.
As we pass the three-year mark since the 25 percent duties on steel imports and the 10 percent duties on aluminum imports pursuant to Section 232 were first imposed by Presidential Proclamation 9705, legal challenges are proliferating and there is renewed legislative interest in Section 232 reform.
Carbon-reduction claims, such as “carbon neutral” and claims about lower “carbon footprints,” are proliferating in the marketplace.
In an attempt to align with their clients’ values, a growing number of businesses are selling products that are “ethically” sourced or “sustainable.”