Similar to its patent and copyright-focused counterparts, “trademark troll” is a negative moniker that refers to people who register for a trademark in bad faith, meaning they have no lawful intention to use the mark in commerce.

The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (“NOAA”) recently released an update to its Disaster and Risk Mapping Tool that now allows users to assess natural disaster risks at the community level.

On July 21, 2022, the most high-profile acquisition in the health care space in recent memory was announced, when Amazon publicized the acquisition of One Medical, a primary care organization, for $3.9 billion.

July 30, 2022 Katherine C. Fisher In the last two months, the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York has issued three adverse decisions against revenue-based financing providers.

Generally, an “accord and satisfaction” is an agreement between two or more contracting parties to accept an alternate agreement and performance in lieu of a preexisting contractual duty between the parties.

I’m a big New York Giants fan and one of my least favorite players was Tiki Barber, who had an affinity for turning over the ball. That’s why I’m not a fan favorite of the current starting quarterback, Daniel Jones....

Last month, the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) released new and significant proposals impacting Medicare coding, coverage, and reimbursement for a class of regenerative medicines known as “skin substitutes,” a category of therapies that includes certain wound care products as

In the wake of the Supreme Court’s 2021 Decision in Facebook v. Duguid, which has still left some ambiguity around the definition of an autodialer, many states have started to hop on the bandwagon of enacting more restrictive state telemarketing laws.

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