“As part of my business divorce practice, I often represent one owner against other owners. People who may have once been close friends or family members now turn into ugly, bitter enemies. What started as a company with shared goals and vision has dissipated into a pool of litigation,” writes Kang Haggerty managing member Edward T. Kang in the March 2019 edition of the American Bar Association’s Law Practice Today (LPT) webzine. In Finding a Niche Defending against Business Betrayals, Kang discusses his firm’s niche practice representing Officers and Directors in these often-complicated business disputes. Continue reading ›
With lawsuits directed at the marketing campaigns of trendy products becoming as trendy as the products themselves,1 the United States Supreme Court recently gave POM Wonderful its blessing to bring a Lanham Act claim against Coca-Cola for a potentially misleading label that is compliant with the Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act (FDCA).