Employment Partner Amy Epstein Gluck quoted in The Boston Globe about state laws that prohibit employers from taking adverse actions against employees because of their legal use of marijuana for medical purposes and off-hours marijuana consumption under proposed MA law. Read article here.
In 2012, a nationwide meningitis outbreak caused by contaminated steroids killed 64 people and sickened nearly 800 others. Last week in a federal courthouse in Boston, an owner of the company that started it all, New England Compounding Center (NECC), along with four other employees, were convicted of numerous federal crimes for their roles in [...]
FinTech and Blockchain partner, Marc Boiron, quoted in Blockchain Asset Review article, "As SEC Hunts for ICO Frauds, Lawyers Explain Compliant Securities Tokens". Read full article here.
In a December 12 speech at the Food and Drug Law Institute’s Enforcement, Litigation, and Compliance Conference, Food and Drug Administration (FDA) Commissioner Scott Gottlieb set out a number of oversight and enforcement priorities for 2019 and beyond. While recognizing that many compliance issues with food and drug safety laws and regulations are unintentional and [...]
FisherBroyles Employment Partner, Eric B. Meyer, presents Law’s New ABC’s: Artificial Intelligence, Blockchain & Cryptocurrency.Green Mellen
FisherBroyles Employment Partner, Eric B. Meyer, presents Law's New ABC's: Artificial Intelligence, Blockchain & Cryptocurrency. On Wednesday, December 5, 2018, Eric participated in a Pennsylvania Bar Institute Continuing Legal Education program entitled, "Law's New ABC's: Artificial Intelligence, Blockchain & Cryptocurrency." Eric led panel discussions on how human resources can deploy artificial intelligence and the legal implications of [...]
FisherBroyles Partner, Christina Bost Seaton named as a 2018 Top Litigator by American Lawyer Media and Martindale HubbellGreen Mellen
FisherBroyles Partner, Christina Bost Seaton, has been named as a 2018 Top Rated Litigator by American Lawyer Media and Martindale Hubbell
In a speech before the American Conference Institute’s International Conference on the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act, Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein announced a relaxation of prior Department of Justice (DOJ) policy on dealing with individuals involved in corporate wrongdoing, both criminally and civilly. The policy previously in place and set forth in what is commonly [...]
A-S Medication Solutions (ASM) is a licensed pharmaceutical wholesaler and re-packager with the Food and Drug Administration. This week, a federal judge in the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Illinois ordered the company to pay $5.7 million to a class of medical professionals, including named plaintiff Physicians Healthsource, having found that ASM [...]
FisherBroyles, LLP, the first and world’s largest cloud-based law firm partnership, is pleased to announce the addition of Beth Stephens as a partner in the firm’s Atlanta office and Health and Pharmacy Law practice group. “It is a pleasure to welcome Beth to FisherBroyles and to our dedicated team of Atlanta-based partners,” said Ted Lavender, [...]
In light of the development of new funding methods for startup and early stage companies, the treatment of Restricted Securities (“RS”) has assumed even greater importance. Generally speaking, RS are what purchasers receive when they invest in a securities offering that is not registered under the Securities Act of 1933 (the “Securities Act”) and/or sold [...]