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By Eric Sinrod
What are known as the "Paramount Consent Decrees" have governed the manner in which film studios have distributed films to movie theaters for 70 years.
By Patrick C. Gallagher, Neelaabh Shankar, Ph.D.
The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) recently provided comments on the Department of Health and Human Services' (HHS) Blueprint to Lower Drug Prices and Reduce Out-of-Pocket Costs.
By Oliver Massmann
In recent years, Vietnam has enjoyed one of the world's most rapid economic growth rates i.e., an average of more than 6% p.a.
By Manfred Otto
Vietnam Investment Review reported that the European Union-Vietnam Free Trade Agreement (EVFTA) will likely be ratified ...
By Oliver Massmann
Last June, the whole solar energy industry rocked (and became excited!) with the news that the Deputy Prime Minister, in one of his meetings with the Ministry of Industry and Trade (MOIT) on 20 June 2018, ...
By Justus Getty
The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit found three patents directed to solar panel mounting technology to have defective priority claims.
By Gregory Bombard
On August 1, 2018, the Massachusetts legislature passed a bill adopting the Uniform Trade Secrets Act in Massachusetts. The bill is headed to the Governor's desk for approval within ten days.
By Bronwyn Roberts, Lauren A. Appel, Gregory Bombard
After years of debating noncompete law reform, the Massachusetts Legislature passed the Massachusetts Noncompetition Agreement Act on August 1, 2018, which would impose...
By Steven M. Packer, CPA, Gregory G. Smith
In addition to the two exceptions above, foreign travel qualifies for a full deduction if the taxpayer does not have substantial control over arranging the trip.
By Justus Getty
This week marks one year since GE filed a patent lawsuit against its main rival in the U.S. wind turbine industry, the Danish company Vestas A/S.
By Duane Morris
Those benefits are estimated in value to be worth significantly more than $35,000,000.
By Megan Worrell, Michael Grohman, Joshua E. Steinberg
The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, passed by Congress and signed into law by President Trump at the end of 2017, overhauled the federal tax system.
By Christopher H. Casey
Federal and state antitrust officials have recently stepped up enforcement against agreements between competitors not to solicit each other's employees.
By Jennifer Fisher, Anjali Kulkarni
The clash between state and federal law regarding the use of medical marijuana continues to present an ongoing dilemma for courts around the country, as illustrated by a recent decision by the Eighth Circuit.
By Oderah C. Nwaeze, Mackenzie M. Wrobel
Once a complaint has been filed, defendants have a finite period of time to decide what to do next.
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