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By Ian Stewart, Nicole Aaronson
All annual cannabis business licensees in California are required to use the California Cannabis Track and Trace METRC system, which helps regulators track cannabis throughout its life cycle...
By George Pisano
One of the items an insurance adjuster will look at when valuing a product liability claim is to see how much the plaintiff incurred in medical expenses and medical bills after the accident.
By Robert Cornish Jr.
In the United States, litigation in courts is by its very nature a public exercise. Pleadings filed in U.S. courts are publicly available, which means attorneys ...
By William McDevitt
On March 23, 2018, the New Jersey Department of Health (DOH) released a review of the state's eight-year-old medical marijuana program in its Executive Order No. 6 Report (Report).
By William McDevitt
On April 16, 2018, Pennsylvania Secretary of Health Rachel Levine accepted the report of the Medical Marijuana Advisory Board (Board) ...
By Daniel Braude, Eric Cheng, Ryan E. Fennell, Tyler W. Humphrey, John P. Loringer, Tina C. Ma, Jonathan E. Meer, Jeremy Merkel, David Ross
Wilson Elser is pleased to provide the 2018 ESI Case Law Update, our annual compendium of cases dealing with issues and developments surrounding electronically stored information (ESI).
By William McDevitt
In early April, Pennsylvania's Medical Marijuana Advisory Board (Board) delivered a report to the Department of Health (DOH) recommending changes to the medical marijuana program.
By Frank Manchisi, Ernest Goodwin
The autonomous motor vehicle industry is growing exponentially. Various automobile manufacturers, including Audi, Ford, Volkswagen, GM, BMW, Toyota, Tesla, and Nissan, have announced that they plan to sell fully autonomous motor vehicles by 2021.
By Ryan A. Williams
On May 30, 2018, Colorado Governor John Hickenlooper signed into law Senate Bill 18-062, referred to as the "Snow Removal Service Liability Limitation Act" (the Act), codified at C.R.S. § 13-21-129.
By Ryan A. Williams
On May 30, 2018, Colorado Governor John Hickenlooper signed into law Senate Bill 18-062, referred to as the "Snow Removal Service Liability Limitation Act" (the Act), codified at C.R.S. § 13-21-129.
By Heidi Wolmuth
Not so long ago, a pharmacist's main role was limited to filling a prescription with the prescribed medication, dose and amount.
By Ian Stewart, Lori Semlies, Jordan Montet
The Medical Board of California has recently issued updated guidelines for physicians to avoid disciplinary action related to the recommendation of cannabis to their patients for medical purposes.
By Jessica Collier, Kayla Dreyer
The Colorado Supreme Court has provided some much-needed certainty as to the statute of limitations period for statutory bad faith claims.
By Jessica Collier, Kayla Dreyer
The Colorado Supreme Court recently handed down several significant decisions interpreting the bad faith statutory landscape in Colorado.
By Judy Selmeci
New York's Appellate Division, First Department held that donor records in an Organ Procurement Organization's (OPO's) possession are entitled to the same confidentiality as the records of hospital patients.
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