Trade diversions

Massachusetts Supreme Court says employees can be held liable to their employer under the Massachusetts Unfair and Deceptive Business Practices Act

by on May 19, 2021 0

The Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court (“SJC”) recently found that the misappropriation of trade secrets by employees who then use the trade secrets to compete is actionable under the Unfair Trade Practices Act and misleading Massachusetts. The SJC’s decision in Governo v. Bergeron law firm means that the Unfair and Deceptive Marketing Practices Act, Massachusetts...

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Tariff talks between the US and the EU

by on May 18, 2021 0

The USITC said that there was “a reasonable indication that a United States industry was materially injured as a result of imports of organic soybean meal from India which would allegedly be subsidized and sold to the States. -United at a price below fair value ”. The United States Department of Commerce to continue...

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NEXT MONTH: 12th ICA Advanced Managed Care Dispute Forum and Litigation Virtual Conference (June 9-10, 2021)

by on May 17, 2021 0

12th Annual Advanced Managed Care Litigation and Litigation Forum Hear practical and timely information at this AGC-specific conference for the healthcare industry legal community. NEW YORK CITY, NEW YORK, UNITED STATES, May 17, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ – The American Conference Institute (ACI) will host a two-day virtual conference for managed care organizations and their lawyers...

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How to strengthen the US-Mexico alliance

by on May 15, 2021 0

In his first 100 days, President Joe Biden set out to rebuild vital economic and political relationships with our allies around the world. Mexico, a vital ally and one of our main trading partners, is at the top of the list. As the Biden administration continues to engage south of the border, the so-called...

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Are you familiar with the jurisdiction of the federal circuit? | Morrison & Foerster LLP – Federal Circuit

by on May 14, 2021 0

“The federal circuit – that’s the patent court, isn’t it?” This seems to be a common sentiment among non-federal Circuit practitioners. And there is certainly some truth in the feeling. According to the Court own statistics, from October 1, 2019 to September 30, 2020, the Court closed 1,568 cases; 1,020 of these (65%) were...

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Business and Human Rights: Energy and Extractive Industries in a Changing Landscape of Next Generation Trade Agreements Protecting and Promoting Both Trade and Human Rights | King and Spalding

by on May 14, 2021 0

Allegations of genocide, forced labor or widespread abuse of minorities in various countries fill the airspace daily; governments are paying more and more attention to business practices abroad. In the EU and its Member States, new national and Union measures are being discussed; human rights concerns are the subject...

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Food Matters: noble pursuit in the building of minors

by on May 13, 2021 0

Dan Steingrube does his shopping at the Kitchen Loft. I found the end of the rainbow: it’s in the miners’ building upstairs in the Kitchen Loft. “This is the biggest collection of Fiestaware I have ever seen!” exclaims buyer Dan Steingrube, examining a shining prism of plates, bowls, trays, teapots, flower vases and gravy...

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