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  • UK to Ban Huawei Equipment from its 5G Network While U.S. Announces Visa Restrictions

    On July 14, 2020, the United Kingdom announced that it will ban Huawei Technologies, Co. Ltd. (“Huawei”) equipment from its 5G network. Effective December 31, 2020, Telecoms operators in the UK can no longer purchase Huawei equipment and have until 2027 to remove Huawei technology from their networks, with broadband companies receiving an additional two...

  • Food & Ag Weekly Round-Up: November 1, 2018

    Nation’s Restaurant News reported on a Pizza Hut robotic kitchen. Agweb discussed the status of the farm bill. Beverage Daily discussed UK introduction of a plastic packaging tax. Australian Food News discussed Kroger’s ugly produce program. Retail Analysis reported on Albertson’s partnership to develop robotic ecommerce fulfillment.  

  • Food & Ag Weekly Round-Up: June 29, 2018

      Forbes discussed Senate approval of bill to legalize hemp. Reuters discussed Senate approval of farm bill. The USDA issued a report on government investment in agriculture research. Food Dive reported on a consumer survey regarding GMO foods and labeling. Wired UK reported on the impact of a CO2 shortage on beer and food supplies....

  • Food & Ag Weekly Round-Up: December 14, 2017

    Farms.com discussed an FDA report on antibiotic use in farm animals. Just-Food reported on an initiative by Nestle in the UK and Ireland to reduce food waste. Business Insider reported on food and beverage companies use of Tesla electric trucks for delivery. The Kansas City Business Journal discussed status of new Tyson plant location. USAgNet...

  • Food & Ag Weekly Round-Up: December 7, 2017

    The Orange County Register reported on a local organization using discarded food to fight hunger. Adweek discussed the history of the Budweiser Clydesdale ads. Food Dive discussed U.S. vs UK antibiotic use in farm animals. SmartBrief discussed how restaurants can reduce food waste. USAgNet reported on a Wendy’s home delivery partnership.  

  • Food & Ag Weekly Round-Up: November 9, 2017

    Food Dive discussed FSMA produce rule. Food Dive reported on a Conagra and Taco Bell sunflower seed partnership. Utility Products discussed new appointments to EPA science advisory boards. Farm Business discussed efforts by UK researchers to grow new strains of grass to boost farm efficiency. Fortune reported on WHO statements on antibiotic use in healthy...

  • Food & Ag Weekly Round-Up: May 25, 2017

    AgWeek discussed the concerns of farm groups with the Administration budget proposal. USAgNet discussed a process to turn chicken waste and weeds into biofuel. The Guardian reported on the potential impact of Brexit on UK food security. SF Gate reported on state efforts to reduce food waste. Purdue University discussed a university study on the...

  • Air Safety: Do Away with TSA?

    The recent US ban on laptops and tablets electronic devices from carry-on luggage from flights from 10 Middle Eastern Airports, and a more limited UK ban, have been widely condemned by the aviation press and the airline industry as arbitrary, ineffective and counterproductive. There is no factual basis for the airports selected, the UK list...

  • Food & Ag Weekly Round-Up: November 17, 2016

    AgriMoney discussed the impact of online auction on cattle prices. Farm Business discussed a new report on the use of antibiotics on farm animals. Convenience Store Decisions discussed a report on how millennials are influencing food packaging. Reuters discussed the potential for bird flu outbreaks in the coming months. BBC reported on the expansion of Amazon...

  • What Brexit means for privacy and data protection

    Now that the shock has worn off and our 401(k)s have (somewhat) stabilized, we can begin to assess the implications that the UK’s historic vote to leave the EU may have on global privacy and data protection rules. While much uncertainty exists, companies should not panic as there will not be any immediate changes. Under Article...

  • Implications of Brexit for U.S. Companies

    For companies engaged in the international trade of goods or services, the decision of the United Kingdom to exit from the European Union, creates uncertainty on many levels. Laying aside political effects, such as potential reconsideration of Scotland’s 2014 decision to remain in the U.K. (Scotland having overwhelmingly voted to stay in the U.K. during...

  • Food & Ag Weekly Round-Up: September 24, 2015

    USAgNet reported on the Southern States Coop drone strategy. The International Business Times discussed grocery sales at Walmart. Seattle PI discussed the impact of wildfires on cattle and rangeland. Farming UK reported on McDonald’s plans to use cage-free eggs in U.S. and Canada. AgriPulse discussed the USDA plan to combat bird flu.  

  • U.S. Litigation Risks for UK

    Aaron Mann, a TMT commercial litigation partner, recently gave a presentation in London regarding the differences between litigating commercial disputes in the U.S. versus the UK.  The presentation was done in conjunction with Pinsent Masons, a global law firm with which Husch Blackwell has worked closely for a number of years.  Aaron joined Pinsent Masons...

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