1. JD Supra Morning Brief: Pot Laws, Peanut Butter, Pregnancy Etiquette, and More

    Just like a good breakfast, the JD Supra Morning Brief is the most important meal (for your brain) of the day:

    Smoke ‘em if you got ‘em. But you might want to hurry… (Bloomberg Law)  

    Dead celebrities could learn a lot about making money from Liz Taylor (Foley Hoag

    The cost of recycling electronics continues to climb (Schnader Harrison Segal & Lewis

    The FDA has suspended its first food facility under the Food Safety Modernization Act (don’t read this if you had peanut butter for breakfast) (Duane Morris

    Read this before you begin drafting your company’s annual corporate governance and disclosure materials (Skadden Arps

    Social media at the cutting edge of law: can a public entity delete comments on its FB page without violating the constitutional right to free speech? (Franczek Radelet

    Go east, young entrepreneur – to Myanmar (Burma). President Obama did (K&L Gates

    The future of gene patents hangs in the balance: the Supreme Court agreed this week to review AMP v. Myriad (McDonnell Boehnen Hulbert & Berghoff

    BP hit hard with fines and sanctions over Deepwater Horizon disaster (Warner Norcross & Judd

    Since 1989, there have been 891 exonerations based on DNA evidence. But experts think another 136,000 innocent people may still be behind bars (The Byrd Law Firm

    Emily Post would endorse these 10 rules of etiquette for avoiding a pregnancy discrimination lawsuit (Constangy, Brooks & Smith

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