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Supply Chain Management

Supply Chain Logistics: New Ways of Doing Old Things

As a trained logistician, Ron Leibman of McCarter & English cautions clients not to get caught up in supplier hype and puffing.

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The “Coded Gaze” of Facial Recognition Technology, Discrimination Lawsuits, and Your Insurance Program

J. Wylie Donald of McCarter & English discusses insurance coverage of potential discrimination claims in relation to facial recognition technology.

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Corporate Governance

Drafters, Nota Bene: A Review of Recent Changes in New Jersey Corporate Law with Drafting Implications

In 2018, the New Jersey State Legislature enacted significant changes to corporate law that, in the aggregate, mirror Delaware corporate law in relevant areas and were intended to make New Jersey a more competitive, business-friendly landscape. In 2019, we can expect to see the effects of those changes, with legal practitioners and their corporate clients increasingly taking advantage of the revisions...

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Improvements in Wholesale Energy Storage Drive Competition

Supply side and market challenges, along with competition, are abundant in this growing sector.

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Food & Drug Administration (FDA)

FDA Poised to Spoil a Food Fight, Naturally

World-renowned chef Thomas Keller once said, “Food should be fun.” But to those who make the products we eat and drink, there is nothing fun about food and beverage labeling litigation. As most foodies know, these lawsuits, which claim alleged violations of state consumer protection...

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The March Toward Utility-Scale Energy Storage Keeps Going and Going and Going: States Are Forming Ranks

Federal energy regulators recently embraced utility-grade, battery-facilitated energy storage, and now states must fall in line to unlock the full value of storage technology. Stakeholders across a wide cross section of industries – investor-owned utilities and cooperatives, solar and wind...

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New York Federal Court Rolls Over Insurer’s Attempt to Defeat “Blast Text” TCPA Coverage Claim

In a resounding win for policyholders, a New York district court found coverage for a nearly $50 million class-action claim alleging that US Coachways, Inc., violated the Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA) by sending unsolicited “blast text” advertisements to potential customers....

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