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By Barbara Chin
It appears that the Republican controlled Congress and the Trump Administration cannot get anything done on the contentious issues of immigration
By Mintz Levin Intellectual Property Section
Recently, the District of Delaware held that a there was no work-product protection, and no common legal interest protection covering communications and documents shared between a patent owner and a third-party...
By Michael Renaud, Andrew DeVoogd, Matthew Karambelas
Recently, the District of Delaware held that a there was no work-product protection, and no common legal interest protection covering communications and documents shared between a patent owner and a third-party litigation financier...
By Natalie Young
As reported by our sister blog, ADR: Advice from the Trenches, a federal district court in New York held that an arbitrator could not certify a "class" that included non-appearing members.
By Joshua Briones, Russell Fox, Alexander Hecht, Radhika Bhat, Anne-Marie D. Dao, Jennifer L. Kelly, E. Crystal Lopez, Esteban Morales, Nicole V. Ozeran, Natalie A. Prescott, Grace Rosales, Elana Safner
We are pleased to present the latest edition of our Monthly TCPA Digest, providing insights and news related to the Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA).
By Julie Cox, Steven Baddour, Daniel Connelly, Caitlin R. Beresin, Maxwell Fathy, Sarah Engell
With the end of the 2017-2018 legislative cycle fast approaching, Beacon Hill's agenda for the coming months has begun to take shape.
By Susan Cohen
As a result, there are long wait times, of years or even decades, for many family-based immigrant visas.
By Brian Lam
We've discussed privacy compliance with regulations, legal requirements, etc. in the space since this blog's inception.
By Gilbert Samberg
In a series of articles over the past several months, we asked whether "class arbitration" — meaning the utilization of the Fed.R.Civ.P. 23 class action protocol in an arbitration proceeding — is ultimately viable in U.S. jurisprudence.
By Samantha Kingsbury
As we predicted in our year-end post on civil and criminal enforcement trends, 2018 is already off to strong start in opioid-related enforcement against individual providers and associated practices.
By Matthew Howsare, Shawn N. Skolky
On Friday, February 16, the CPSC announced that it had voted 3-1 (along party lines) to authorize CPSC staff to file an administrative complaint against Britax Child Safety, Inc.
By Philip C Ducker, Stephen J. Akerley
On appeal, the Federal Circuit affirmed the method of apportionment utilized by the Plaintiff's expert, but rejected the expert's application of that method.
By Christina Sperry, John Buchanan
We can take two valuable lessons from a recent decision of the Federal Circuit:
By Kevin Mortimer, Peter Saparoff, Joel Rothman
On Tuesday, February 6, 2018, United States District Judge Jed S. Rakoff denied class counsel's request to file under seal three supplemental agreements ...
By Brad Scheller, Linyu Mitra
The Medicines Company ("MedCo") appealed findings of no infringement made by the United District Court for the District of Delaware.
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