In today’s episode we have an IP heavy docket at SCOTUS, First Republic got a clean bill of health right before it keeled over and nearly died, no arbitration for food delivery services, and New York modifies its ethics rules regarding character and fitness requirements.
Dog Toys, Drugs Lead Supreme Court’s High-Stakes IP Arguments - https://news.bloomberglaw.com/ip-law/dog-toys-drugs-lead-supreme-courts-high-stakes-ip-arguments
KPMG Gave First Republic a Clean Audit Weeks Before Bailout (1) - https://news.bloomberglaw.com/financial-accounting/kpmg-gave-first-republic-a-clean-audit-weeks-before-bailout
Grubhub, Uber Eats, Postmates cannot arbitrate diners’ claims over high prices - https://www.reuters.com/legal/grubhub-uber-eats-postmates-cannot-arbitrate-diners-claims-over-high-prices-2023-03-16/
New York trims rule for would-be lawyers to disclose police run-ins - https://www.reuters.com/legal/legalindustry/new-york-trims-rule-would-be-lawyers-disclose-police-run-ins-2023-03-16/
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