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2017 Removal Roundup: How Can Defendants Get Into Federal Court?

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What Does Made in the USA Actually Mean?

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Recent Developments in Toxic Tort & Environmental Law

American Bar Association Tort Trial & Insurance Practice Law Journal

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Expert Strategies: Battling Causation in COVID-19 Tort Cases

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Five Approaches to Keep Customers and Employees Safe When Reopening

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Reopening and Readjusting: Communicating COVID-19 Policies to All Stakeholders

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Reopening and Readjusting: What Businesses Should Be Thinking About

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Business Considerations in Light of Increases in COVID-19 Cases

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California Supreme Court Holds that Cellular Eavesdropping Statute Applies to Businesses

A recent California Supreme Court decision clarified that businesses and other organizations may be held liable for not advising customers that the company records calls, which will have significant ramifications for businesses, nonprofits, or any other entity that records telephone calls. This eavesdropping statute provides both for criminal and civil liability.

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