...bottles and cans of Pepsi, it seems, can't resist getting in on the "Harlem...
...bottles and cans of Pepsi, it seems, cant resist getting in on the ...
Originally Published: Corporate Counsel
...the use of Shinkong PET to make its plastic bottles (for example, Pepsi bottlers could only use Pepsi-approved PET to make bottles for Pepsi...
Gregory Castanias, Jones Day's partner in charge of library services, takes a gimlet-eyed look at legal research products as intellectual investments in the "New Normal" of law firm economics
Originally Published: the_am_law_daily
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