Skip to Content

Attorney: Thomas H. Segars

August 24, 2021 Thomas H. Segars
Posted in  Federal Preemption Misrepresentations

A Honey Boo Boo? The Ninth Circuit Discusses Bees, the “Reasonable Consumer,” and the Intersection of Federal Labeling Law and Section 75-1.1

Imagine yourself combing the aisles of the local Trader Joe’s with your brood in tow. You are minding your own beeswax when, above the drone of swarming shoppers, you hear a buzz about a new product: “100% New Zealand Manuka Honey.” As you grab a jar off the shelf, what […]

Read More
February 9, 2021 Thomas H. Segars
Posted in  Privacy and Data Security

Wire-Transfer Phishing in Recent Section 75-1.1 Case Follows a Familiar Fact Pattern

If you aren’t losing sleep over malicious phishing schemes and other cybercrimes, you should be. According to the FBI, one type of cybercrime in particular—Business Email Compromise or BEC—cost businesses more than $26 billion over only three years. And, to bring the point closer to home, according to State Bar […]

Read More