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The mineral boron and its application to national security, the climate, and the economy is already well known. The mineral can can be...
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After reviewing stakeholder comments, California has further modified its proposed changes to Proposition 65 short form warnings. The...
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As the United States seeks to develop its electric vehicle manufacturing capabilities and meet climate change goals, obtaining a reliable...
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California recently introduced a new Bill which could significantly increase the emphasis on “green hydrogen” as an alternative fuel in...
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California's Office of Environmental Health Hazard Assessment (OEHHA) just released a report titled: Impacts of Greenhouse Gas Emission...
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For an update on California's proposed modifications to its "Short-Form" Proposition 65 warnings, please read our post here. In short,...
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Beginning January 1, 2022, substance use disorder treatment facilities licensed by the California Department of Health Care Services...
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Governor Newsom signed into law new legislation that prohibits community pharmacies that are part of a chain from establishing...
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Governor Newsom signed into law new legislation that temporarily halts the issuance of new hospice licenses in California on and after...
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National or multi-state class actions asserting violations of different states’ laws can present challenging questions for courts and...
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The Class Action Fairness Act of 2005, 28 U.S.C. § 1711-1715 (“CAFA”), places restrictions on cash attorney fee awards for class...