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By Jason Britt
For product liability and fraud actions in particular, this kind of reform would sharply curtail plaintiffs' ability to certify class actions.
By Jonathan Garlough
On Monday, May 15, 2017, the Supreme Court issued its latest reminder to state and lower federal courts that they must treat arbitration agreements as equally valid as all other contracts.
By Antoinette Konski
In an appeal characterized as "unusual," the Federal Circuit affirmed the grant of a preliminary injunction, holding it likely that plaintiff patent holder would succeed on the merits its claim...
By Thomas Shriner, Jr.
The U.S. Supreme Court's decision today in Midland Funding, LLC v. Johnson, 581 U.S. ___, No. 16-348, draws attention in passing to a peculiar feature of Wisconsin law on the effect of statutes of limitations.
By Tamar Dolcourt, Jill Nicholson, Ann Uetz
In a significant ruling impacting commercial real estate lenders in Michigan, the Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals has ruled that an absolute assignment of rents...
By Nathaniel Lacktman, Thomas B. Ferrante
On May 12, 2017, the Texas State Legislature passed SB 1107, a law expanding the use of telemedicine in the Lone Star State.
By Courtenay Brinckerhoff
The USPTO appears to have dropped its plans to overhaul the Information Disclosure Statement (IDS) process, but that's no excuse for its failure to process IDSs in accordance with its current rules.
By Thomas Shriner, Jr.
The U.S. Supreme Court's decision today in Midland Funding, LLC v. Johnson, 581 U.S. ___, No. 16-348, draws attention in passing to a peculiar feature of Wisconsin law on the effect of statutes...
By Christopher Cain, Jennifer J. Hennessy, Chanley Howell, Julia K. Kadish, Matthew Karlyn, Steven Millendorf, Michael Overly, Jennifer Rathburn, Andrew Rawlins, Eileen Ridley, Beni Surpin, Aaron Tantleff
Businesses have been scrambling since Friday evening when news spread that a ransomware attack named WannaCry is compromising organizations at an alarming rate.
By Stephen Maebius, Wenhua (Jocelyn) Yu
We reviewed a sub-group of two hundred and four (204) IPRs filed by generic drug companies against pharmaceutical patents to assess PTAB outcomes and key trends in dealing with this technology field.
By Leonard Feigel
Employers should take note of the position Fox News is in due to the proliferation of recent lawsuits against the network by numerous current and former employees.
By Bennett Epstein
The fissure created by the Seventh Circuit appears to be gaining momentum in the courts.
By Foley & Lardner
External whistleblower activity can be very costly in the auto industry. As the industry continues to develop, prevention of whistleblower claims will only grow in importance.
By Jennifer Keas
Entry of a consent order may settle CFPB allegations, but it is not necessarily the end of the story.
By Stephen Maebius
We have previously noted that the increasing rate of pre-institution settlement may in part be responsible for the declining institution rate in IPR proceedings because stronger petitions...
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