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EPA Disagreed With White House on Updating Mercury Analysis

The EPA disagreed with a White House request to use current data when revising its rule on mercury air pollution, publicly available email exchanges show, which a law professor says could weaken the agency’s legal defense of the regulation.

California Says OK to Counsel Clients on State Marijuana Laws

California, the nation’s largest bar and the world’s largest cannabis market, is now giving guidance to attorneys who advise marijuana businesses on how to represent their clients and protect their licenses. The combined influence of having the most lawyers and the greatest market could easily make the state’s decision influential elsewhere.

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Coronavirus and Force Majeure Clauses

Covid-19 has legal teams exploring whether to turn to a rarely tested section of their contracts: the force majeure, or act of god, clause.

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