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By Sean Boyce, Michael Gurdak, Harriet Territt, D. Grayson Yeargin
Ambiguous, undefined terms create uncertainty and confusion, including whether owned or controlled subsidiaries of U.S. companies outside the United States are subject to this reporting requirement.
By David Woodcock, Amisha Shrimanker, Steven Guynn
Whether on their own initiative or in response to pressure from regulators, consumers, or activist shareholders, many issuers are disclosing more and more about their environmental, social
By James Parker
Climate policy and the anti-coal movement featured heavily in the recent federal election in Australia as the Liberal National Coalition government was reelected by a narrow majority
By Charles Kotuby Jr., Lodewijk Berger, Gerjanne te Winkel, Baiju Vasani, Coen Drion
In response to public criticism of existing BITs and to implement its new sustainable trade and investment policy, the Dutch government sought to replace its 2004 model BIT
By Douglas Pearson, Carl Kukkonen III, Emily J. Tait, Alexis Gilroy, Jonathan Knight
Patent procurement activity is increasing to protect embedded artificial intelligence ("AI") technologies in a variety of digital healthcare solutions.
By Kerry A. Barrett, John Evans
While design patents follow many of the same rules as utility patents, the application of those rules in determining design patent infringement can be less than straightforward.
By Matthew Johnson, Michael A. Lavine, Jihong Lou, Elizabeth Dengler
Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd. ("Samsung") petitioned for inter partes review ("IPR") of U.S. Patent No. 8,917,772 ("the ‘772 Patent"), which is owned by Infobridge
By John Marlott
The unabashed intent of the proposed legislation is to expand what is patentable under § 101, and a draft bill would expressly abrogate any case that has interprete
By Jennifer L. Bachorik, Matthew Johnson
In a recent appeal of two inter partes review ("IPR") decisions from the Patent Trial and Appeal Board ("Board"), The Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit
By Matthew Johnson
The PTAB recently designated two decisions as precedential and one decision as informative on discretion to institute review.
By Armelle Sandrin-Deforge, Seth E. Engel
Banks and investors are using new tools and instruments with an emphasis on transparency and accountability in a sign that the sustainable finance industry
By Eric A. Lauria-Banta
Carbon capture and sequestration ("CCS") technology has the ability to capture up to 90% of carbon dioxide emissions produced by fossil fuel in power plants or industrial
By Matthieu Duplat, Piergiorgio Leofreddi, Drew Salvest, Natalia Sauszyn
Debt capital markets players are entering into the Prospectus 3 era, with three major changes impacting debt prospectuses.
By Katherine Brockmeyer, Kathryn Fenton, Michelle Fischer
Failure to show antitrust injury proved fatal to price discrimination claims as the Third Circuit affirmed a directed verdict in favor of cement company,
By Albert Liou
On August 8, 2019, the Patent Trial Appeal Board held a Boardside Chat webinar to discuss the July 2019 changes to the AIA Trial Practice G
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