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Monsanto Uses the Constitution to Challenge Warning Labels for Herbicide

Schiff Hardin Energy & Environmental Law Adviser

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6 Ways to Strengthen Your Boilerplate NDAs

Many companies rely on boilerplate confidentiality provisions to protect their trade secrets and other sensitive business information.

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Preparing for the 2017 Proxy Season

With 2017 proxy season kicking off, we would like to remind clients and friends of some developments that could impact public company annual reporting for 2017.

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1-800 Contacts’ Trademark Agreements with Rivals Not Safe from Antitrust Scrutiny

Last August, the Federal Trade Commission issued an administrative complaint against 1-800 Contacts alleging that the company’s agreements with its competitors over the use of trademarks in search advertising violated FTC Act Section 5.

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Food Fight: More Labeling Litigation in 2017

Schiff Hardin Product Liability & Mass Torts Blog

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Truly Exonerated? NHTSA’s Tesla Autopilot Investigation

Schiff Hardin Product Liability & Mass Torts Blog

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Medical Device Manufacturers Face A Cybersecurity “Heartache”

Schiff Hardin Product Liability & Mass Torts Blog

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FinTech and the Consumer

Illinois Banker Magazine

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Will The Supreme Court End Venue Shopping In Patent Cases?

The Supreme Court recently agreed to hear a challenge to the current interpretation of the venue statute in patent infringement cases.

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New HSR Thresholds to Take Effect Soon

On January 19, 2017, the FTC announced the annual adjustments to the jurisdictional thresholds for premerger notification filings under the Hart-Scott-Rodino Act (HSR).

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Supreme Court to Decide Proper Forum to Review WOTUS Rule Challenges

Schiff Hardin Energy & Environmental Law Adviser

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SEC Issues Interpretive Letter Permitting "Externalization" of Mutual Fund Sales Charges

On January 11, 2017, the Securities and Exchange Commission’s Office of Chief Counsel, Division of Investment Management, issued an interpretive letter pursuant to Capital Group’s request under section 22(d) (Section 22(d)) of the Investment Company Act of 1940, as amended (1940 Act), concurring that the American Funds would be able to offer Clean Shares (as defined below) for which a broker could charge customers commissions to effect transactions if such broker is acting solely as an agent on behalf of its customers.

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When Santa Brings a Dud

Schiff Hardin Product Liability & Mass Torts Blog