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By Francis Buckley, Jr.
It is an understatement to say that questionable collateral descriptions in Uniform Commercial Code ("UCC") financing statements have spawned much litigation over many years.
By Robert Wallace, Jr.
By now, most collegiate sports fans are likely well-versed in the commentary surrounding Zion Williamson's injury during the highly anticipated February 20th game
By Michael Nepple
In two unanimous rulings, the Supreme Court limited when a copyright claimant can file suit and how much a successful claimant can recover in litigation expenses.
By Sarah Wade, Carl Rowley
Application and license fees are subject to change each year, based upon changes in the prior calendar year's Consumer Price Index.
By Michael Nepple
Creative Commons is a great resource for those looking for fully-licensed, free photographs.
By Gayle Smith, Spenser Owens
On February 21, 2019, the Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services ("DHSS") released the first of its proposed rules regulating medical cannabis in Missouri pursuant to Amendment 2 ...
By Spenser Owens
On February 13, 2019, the Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services (DHSS) held a forum to receive suggestions regarding the drafting of preliminary regulations governing medical cannabis
By Spenser Owens
On February 13, 2019, the Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services (DHSS) held a forum to receive suggestions regarding the drafting of preliminary regulations governing medical cannabis in Missouri
By Gregory Omer, Ruthanne Hammett, Garrett Fischer, Amina Musa
The Golden State has recently adopted a new law requiring certain lenders and intermediaries to provide special disclosures to commercial loan customers in connection with certain types
By Mark Sableman
You can copyright just about any design, right? Not quite.
By Jennifer Pike
Did your organization discover a HIPAA breach in 2018 that affected fewer than 500 people?
By Francis Buckley, Jr.
In the recent Chicago bankruptcy case In re Gouletas, U.S. Bankruptcy Judge Timothy A. Barnes ruled that obligations are not extinguished by statutes of limitation and, even after the expiration of the limitation period, ...
By Kenneth J. Farris, Nicole Jobe
The end of 2018 saw major developments in some of health care's key areas, from cybersecurity to medical cannabis.
By Mark Sableman
For those who missed the message five years ago that social media photos aren't free to use, a new decision
By James Shreve, Elizabeth Casale
With the new Illinois Supreme Court ruling, such suits will continue.
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