Guitar Maker Gibson Affected By Trade Law

On 10-09-2011, In Legal Industry, by Blake Houser

10/9/2011   When rare ebony and rosewood were seized by federal agents from popular guitar manufacturer Gibson Guitars, it ignited a firestorm over illegal logging, the materials used in musical instruments, and safeguarding American jobs. The raid last month on… Read more...
10/9/2011   A strange law in Wisconsin that is meant to protect the dairy industry in the state by making it unlawful for restaurants to serve margarine as a substitute for butter is being targeted for repeal. The 44-year-old law… Read more...
10/8/2011   Driven by their mistrust of nursing homes, more families are starting to take advantage of advances made in surveillance technology and are now using video cameras to help them protect loved ones whom they suspect of being mistreated… Read more...
10/8/2011   The chief executive officers of Oracle Corp and Google Inc are meeting in court today to resolve the issue that may become the biggest threat to Google’s Android mobile software, which is now running on over 150 million… Read more...
10/7/2011   Several state universities may have violated state laws or have not acted in the best interests of the institution when handing out severance pay to outgoing university presidents. This was revealed on Friday by state auditors. One of… Read more...
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