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By Christopher Pace, Ricardo Puente
Breaking more than two decades of precedent, the Trump Administration has allowed the suspension of Title III of the Helms-Burton Act to lapse, thereby enabling eligible individuals and companies to file lawsuits ...
By Chris Papanicolaou
The potential impact of two new coal mining projects on climate change has recently been considered by separate UK decision makers.
By Tony Wassaf
Citing significant adverse social impacts, the Land and Environment Court of New South Wales recently rejected Gloucester Resources Pty. Ltd.'s appeal of the Minister for Planning's refusal of a state significant development application ...
By Jane Story
On March 19, 2019, the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia granted in part plaintiff nongovernmental organizations' motion for summary judgment, remanding nine environmental assessments, and ...
By Armelle Sandrin-Deforge
The French government is starting to implement a new "low-carbon label" created by a decree and a ministerial order, both dated November 28, 2018.
By Charles Wehland, Casey Bradford, Mary R. Waller
The Green New Deal resolution, introduced in February to both houses of the U.S. Congress, signifies a new phase in the national debate over climate change policy in America.
By Stephen Obie, Ryan J. Andreoli
The Enforcement Manual is intended to guide the work of the DOE and increase transparency
By Rajeev Muttreja, C. Kevin Marshall
In a unanimous opinion by Justice Thomas, the Court found both issues straightforward.
By Gasper LaRosa
In addition to consideration of the traditional § 325(d) factors, the PTAB further considered the advanced stage of the co-pending trial court proceeding in making its decision.
By Joan McKown, Sarah L. Levine, Laura S. Pruitt, Harold Gordon
The D.C. Circuit's decision is significant because certain SEC statutes require a finding of willfulness.
By J. Andrew Jackson, Stephen Sozio, Heather O'Shea, B. Kurt Copper
The U.S. Department of Justice seeks to use the potential for a reduced penalty amount and damages to encourage self-disclosure of misconduct and cooperation during FCA investigations.
By Yang Li Ph.D. (Alex), Matthew Johnson
On April 22, 2019, the PTAB issued an order that the Petitioner must explain the differences among its five petitions to institute inter partes review over the same patent, and that the Patent Owner may respond ...
By Gregory Castanias, Jihong Lou
On April 15, the Supreme Court denied a petition for certiorari filed by Saint Regis Mohawk Tribe, leaving intact the Federal Circuit's ruling that tribal sovereign immunity does not apply in inter partes reviews.
By Robert Levent Hergüner, Ryan B. McCrum
In an earlier post related to this investigation, we discussed the ITC's recommendation that a general exclusion order issue for products infringing Complainant National Products Inc.'s patents after all named respondents ...
By Prudence Smith, Matthew Latham, Marc Siegel
The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission ("ACCC") has signed a new memorandum of cooperation ("MOC") with the United States Federal Bureau of Investigation ("FBI").
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