January 14, 2021
Pinterest Creates Prickly IP Issues
SACRAMENTO — Friday evening, California Governor Gavin Newsom signed Assembly Bill 1872 (Committee on Budget), a crucial bill that will bring needed stability to the cannabis industry by guaranteeing there will be no state cannabis tax increases in the new year. Specifically, AB 1872 suspends for one year, beginning January 1, 2021, the California Department… Read more »
“I am humbled and honored to be selected for this honor by my peers” said Kathleen Finnerty after learning that she had just been voted one of the Top Trade Secret Lawyers in the Sacramento Region! Kathleen has successfully handled more than a dozen trade secret cases across California and the nation involving customer lists,… Read more »
The Rise of ADA Website Lawsuits is Real By Kathleen E. Finnerty. FINNERTY LAW OFFICES, INC. January 2020 Internet shopping was not a daily activity when the Americans With Disabilities Act was passed in 1990 (42 U.S.C.S. Section 12101, et seq.). Not surprisingly, the Department of Justice did not adopt regulations outlining accessibility for web… Read more »
A Small Change in the Face of Enormous Need By Kathi E. Finnerty, Esq. On January 23, 2020, the Bureau of Cannabis Control published a proposed emergency regulation requiring retail cannabis store fronts and delivery companies to display QR codes for consumers that allow those consumers to instantly check the licensed status of the cannabis… Read more »
Subtronic Corporation v. Electro Scan, Inc., et al.
Folsom Ready Mix – Anderson, LLC and Folsom Ready Mix, Inc. v. Randy David Barnes