Silverman Authors Law Review Article on the Reasonable Consumer Standard in Food and Beverage Litigation
In an article for the University of Cincinnati Law Review, Shook Partner Cary Silverman suggests three options for preserving the public's respect for the civil justice system as more food and beverage lawsuits are filed.
Dietary Supplement & Cosmetics Legal Bulletin | September 2018
In this issue of the newsletter, Partners Laurie Henry and Jennise Stubbs provide updates on California cosmetics laws, a lawsuit alleging protein products contain excessive levels of lead and cadmium, an EU micro-plastics resolution and more.
Shook Attorneys Edit Getting the Deal Through: Product Liability 2018
Shook attorneys have contributed to the 2018 edition of Getting the Deal Through: Product Liability, part of a series of publications that provide an overview of areas of law in countries around the world.
Inter Partes Review Proceedings Survive, But Their Implementation Will Change
In this Intellectual Property Client Alert, Sharon Israel and Kyle Friesen explain the U.S. Supreme Court's decisions upholding but changing the inter partes review process.
EU Commission Announces its “New Deal for Consumers”: Heavier Sanctions, Stronger Enforcement and New Rules on Collective Redress
This issue of the Product Liability Bulletin describes the EU Commission's announcement of two new proposed directives that would strengthen consumers' rights.
Senate Committee Proposes Cosmetics Regulation Amendment
The March 2018 issue of the Dietary Supplement and Cosmetics Legal Bulletin explores a proposed amendment to the Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act, government warnings against kratom and litigation alleging a cosmetics retailer sells used products as new.