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By Jonathan Garlough
While drug manufacturers have declined to take a position on the local government plaintiffs' motion for class certification, drug distributors have opposed plaintiffs' motion.
By Thomas Shriner, Jr.
In 2017, the Wisconsin Supreme Court adopted a new class action rule, modeled after Fed. R. Civ. P. 23, with the avowed purpose of aligning state class-action practice with the federal practice and encouraging resort...
By Michael (Mike) R. Rahmn
You and the person who offices next to you, or the person with whom you just shared a story in the break room, may not share the same employer.
By Michael F. Ryan
As we have previously noted for readers who are federal contractors and subcontractors, the Department of Labor's Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs (OFCCP)
By Courtenay Brinckerhoff
Recent Federal Circuit decisions demonstrate that the doctrine of equivalents is alive and well, and not always barred by claim amendments. In both Ajinomoto Co. v. ITC and Eli Lilly and Co. v. Hospira, Inc., the Federal...
By Jana L. Kolarik, Lawrence Vernaglia, Jonathan A. Stimler
This is an uncomfortable summer for health care providers in Florida! The legal landscape changed dramatically over the 4th of July holiday.
By Steven Hilfinger
The advent of electric vehicles (EVs) is one of the most revolutionary changes to take place in the history of transport.
By Chethan Srinivasa
Everyone will benefit from self-driving cars, but to varying degrees. Society, from a safety standpoint, benefits from eliminating some or all of the 34,247 motor vehicle fatalities per year.
By Michael Chung
Last year, we surveyed a range of executives and investors to gauge their views on the use, risks and regulation of cryptocurrencies, and seventy-two percent (72%) of respondents
By Philip Phillips
As part of its effort to tackle the pay gap between men and women, Illinois has joined the national trend of banning questions regarding a job applicant's salary history
By Peter Vogel
Darkreading.com reported that Consumer Education is 1 of 6 security considerations because of the "sheer increase in the volume of consumer IoT fostered by retail and tech giants has created a massive
By Courtenay Brinckerhoff
In Genetic Veterinary Sciences, Inc. v. Laboklin GMBH & Co., the Federal Circuit upheld the district court decision that held claims directed to methods for genotyping a Labrador Retriever
By Jeffrey Soble
It is difficult to think of a state with more open roads on which to drive a truck than the state of Texas. In fact, Texas has over 300,000 miles of public roads.
By Jessica M. Simons
On July 17, 2019, the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) issued new guidance that expands the preventive care benefits a high deductible health plan
By Emily H. Wein
On July 29, the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) issued its proposed 2020 Physician Fee Schedule rule, which contains new telehealth services covered under Medicare
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