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By Kathryn Mantoan, Kourosh Jahansouz
California law has long prohibited harassment and discrimination based on national origin. However, articulating the distinction between race and national origin...
By Scott Lonardo, Diana Marie Szego Fassbender
On July 19, 2018, Eastern District of Texas Judge Rodney Gilstrap issued a scathing order in response to a motion by Google LLC to "establish" a procedure for resolving claim construction disputes.
By André Zimmermann LL.M.
Germany's Federal Constitutional Court (Bundesverfassungsgericht, BVerfG) has ruled that there must be the option of registering a gender ...
By Robert Loeb, Howard S. Altarescu, Edward G. Eisert, Christopher J. Cariello
On July 30, the U.S. Department of the Treasury ("Treasury") and the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency ("OCC") provided important guidance on a broad range of issues confronting the fintech...
By Mona Amer, Michael Chow
A recent case from the Federal Circuit upholding a jury's finding in favor of defendant offers lessons to both defendants and plaintiffs on preparing for trade secrets misappropriation actions.
By Alex V. Chachkes, Alex Fields
In a June 12, 2018, order, Judge Haywood S. Gilliam, Jr. granted the motion of defendant Stance Beauty Labs ("Stance") to dismiss for improper venue, rejecting plaintiff Olivia Garden's request...
By James McQuade, David Smith, Andrea Johnson, Yekaterina Reyzis
On July 26, 2018, the California Supreme Court found that employers must compensate workers for the time they spend on certain menial tasks after clocking out of their shifts.
By Robert Loeb, Kenneth Herzinger, Daniel Nathan, Andrew Morris, Jonathan Lopez, Derek Wetmore, Randall Smith
In the past few years, the SEC has become increasingly active in bringing enforcement actions based on broker-dealers' alleged failures to comply ...
By Diana Rutowski, Will Melehani
Patent damages law can be fairly complex—so much so that Daubert motions against damages experts are filed in nearly every case.
By Glenn Dassoff, Jennifer C. Lee
The strange contraption in this photo is at the heart of a recent decision regarding the pleading standard for DTSA claims.
By A. Pfeffer, David R. Medina
In the case of these two rulings, the courts' analysis appeared to hinge on whether the parties had been actively litigating during their respective seven month periods.
By Monte Cooper, Libby Moulton
Order Denying Motion for Accounting to Determine Supplemental Damages, Kaneka Corporation v. JBS Hair, Inc., N.D. Tex. (June 13, 2018) (Judge David Godbey) ...
By Daniela Andreatta
With a decision taken on 28 June 2018 (decision n. 17186) the united chambers (sezioni unite) of the Italian Supreme Court have ruled that whenever a bankruptcy buy-out proposal
By Robert Loeb, Kenneth Herzinger, Daniel Nathan, Andrew Morris, Jonathan Lopez, Derek Wetmore, Randall Smith
In the past few years, the SEC has become increasingly active in bringing enforcement actions based on broker-dealers' alleged failures to comply with requirements of the Bank Secrecy Act (BSA) ...
By Charles Allen, Karen Lam
Hong Kong's top court has confirmed that the status of same-sex couples who have entered civil partnerships overseas is to be recognised when considering the grant of dependent visas.
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