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By Arthur Coviello, Richard Goldenberg, William McElwain
Newman, J. Reversing PTAB and finding that patentee had antedated references where PTAB erred in its application of the law of diligence.
By Naboth van den Broek, David Ross, Patrick J. McLain, Stephanie Hartmann, Sarah Sprinkle
On April 9, 2019, a World Trade Organization (WTO) dispute settlement panel issued its ruling in the most recent installment of the long-running US–Canada softwood lumber dispute.
By Ambassador Charlene Barshefsky, David Ross, Naboth van den Broek, Stephanie Hartmann
On April 5, 2019, a World Trade Organization dispute settlement panel issued the first substantive WTO panel decision interpreting the "essential security" provision of the General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade.
By Jonathan Rosenfeld, Laura Schneider, Andrew Stauber, Janice E. DuFresne, SPHR, CCP
As we alerted you last month, a federal judge reinstated the EEO-1 pay data reporting requirement that the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) had previously announced in September 2016.
By Brian K. Mahanna, David Gringer, Bonnie Heiple, Heidi K. Ruckriegle
Traditionally, regulation of the energy sector has occurred at the federal level and through specialized state regulatory bodies. However, attorneys general are playing an increasingly prominent role in regulating energy and environmental activity within their states.
By Georgina Whittington
Corruption Watch UK has claimed that "a company committing economic crime in the US is far more likely to be hit with criminal, civil and regulatory penalties than one in the UK."
By David S. Cohen, Sharon Cohen Levin, Ronald Meltzer, David Horn, Zachary Goldman, Semira Nikou
OFAC published a public version of the settlement agreement.
By Arthur Coviello, Richard Goldenberg, William McElwain
On appeal, three defendants appealed the judgment that U.S. Patent No. 7,994,364 is not invalid for obviousness or lack of utility.
By Jonathan Cedarbaum, Kirk J. Nahra, D. Reed Freeman, Jr.
Continuing Congress's consideration of possible comprehensive federal privacy legislation, the Senate Commerce Committee's Subcommittee on Manufacturing, Trade, and Consumer Protection held a hearing ...
By Frederick Saugman
On 29 October 2014, the SFO opened an investigation into Tesco Stores Ltd in relation to a suspected offence of false accounting, contrary to section 17 of the Theft Act 1968.
By Matthew T. Martens, Christopher Davies, Nicole Rabner, Elizabeth Mitchell, Daniel F. Schubert, Timothy Perla, William McLucas, Lesley Fredin
The Supreme Court yesterday took a significant step to expand the universe of actors who can be held liable for a false statement under the federal securities laws.
By Rachel Jacobson, Bonnie Heiple, Sarah Judkins
Over the past two years the Trump Administration has initiated a fast-paced agenda of rolling back environmental regulations, while also reexamining enforcement priorities.
By Alan Wilson
While mostly directed to auditors, the Guidance offers some useful insights for companies and their audit committees.
By WilmerHale
There are two aspects of the Committee's report that are worth considering in detail.
By Jonathan Cedarbaum, H. David Gold, Nathaniel Custer
Since the passage of the Energy Policy Act of 2005, fraud and market manipulation have been top enforcement priorities of the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC or the Commission).
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