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Heidi Reavis and Nicole Page Discuss the State of Reality TV Production Amid Covid-19 with Yahoo! Entertainment

Since Covid-19 halted production in every corner of the entertainment industry, reality television has been quickly trying to figure out how to adapt production for their next seasons to be safe amid ongoing transmission concerns. Following industry developments, Yahoo! Entertainment reported in an article on June 26, “The future of...

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Mark H. Moore Shares Legal Insight on Universities’ Decisions About Who Gets to Teach Remotely Amidst Pandemic-Related Health Concerns

As colleges and universities make decisions about returning to the classroom in the fall, professors with health concerns, or with family members with health concerns, still face uncertainty about who will get approved to teach remotely and who won’t. On June 22, The Chronicle of Higher Education published an article...

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Non-Competes in the Time of COVID-19

Jane Smith was a senior product developer at a global technology company. In early 2020, she was recruited by a rival tech company for a high-level management position at double the salary. Unfortunately, Jane’s first employer is headquartered in STATE, whose non-compete laws diminish her ability to advance elsewhere. Non-compete...

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The Chronicle of Higher Education Features Mark H. Moore in Article on Colleges’ Liability Amidst COVID-19

As colleges and universities across the country make decisions about whether to return to in-person classes in the fall, and what that will look like, they face numerous obstacles and liability concerns. The Chronicle of Higher Education published an article on May 29 illuminating the many issues, featuring quotes and...

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Alice Jump Discusses Retail Grower Relationships Post-COVID-19 with American Vegetable Grower Magazine

COVID-19 has introduced tensions into the contractual relationship between vegetable growers and grocery retailers. Despite being open, many grocery stores tried to limit produce stock because they didn’t have enough, or consistent, labor to unload and process. That meant growers had to discard large percentages of their harvest and incur...

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Nafsika Karavida Discusses U.S. and EU Approaches to Vaccine Patents and Compulsory Licensing Amid COVID-19

Governments, pharmaceutical companies and medical researchers around the world are racing to produce a vaccine for COVID-19, as well as potential drugs to fight the virus in those who contract it. The numbers show at least 70 reported potential vaccines and 150 other drugs for treatment that are in development...

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Nicole Page Quoted in Bloomberg Businessweek on Post-Pandemic Changes to Corporate Contracts

As companies start to re-write contracts and plan for deals in a mid- and post-pandemic world, lawyers everywhere have started to edit emergency and force majeure clauses to shift the focus from price reduction to risk management. Bloomberg Businessweek published an article this morning covering the issue, which projects that businesses will...

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