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Judge Rakoff Unseals Documents In Petrobras Securities Class Action To Allow Use In Foreign Arbitration, Bypassing Traditional Requirements Of 28 U.S.C. § 1782
Years after Plaintiffs brought a federal securities complaint against Petrobras, and more than a year after the case settled for approximately $3 billion, Judge Jed S. Rakoff
United States
16 Aug 2019
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Who Decides The "Class Arbitrability" Issue: Fifth Circuit Joins Consensus That It Is A Court, Not An Arbitrator, But Evidently Missed The Memo From SCOTUS About The Exception
Add the Fifth Circuit to the growing list of Federal Circuit Courts that have decided that "class arbitrability" is a gateway question for a court, rather than an arbitrator
United States
7 Aug 2019
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The Arbitration Section In Your Employee Handbook Is Not An Agreement to Arbitrate
Federal law nowadays certainly favors enforcement of agreements to arbitrate. But generally applicable state contract law determines contract formation – i.e
United States
1 Aug 2019
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SDNY Judge Rules Agreements To Arbitrate Sexual Harassment Claims Are Enforceable, Despite New York Law
A New York Federal District Court Judge ruled last week that an agreement to arbitrate sexual harassment claims is enforceable despite a New York law prohibiting mandatory arbitration agreements
United States
17 Jul 2019
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Whose Game Is On? Carrie Underwood And NBC Sued Over SNF Song
As any football fan knows, Carrie Underwood has performed the introductory song for Sunday Night Football since 2013.
United States
17 Jul 2019
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Application To Compel Arbitration Under New York CPLR 7503: What Does It Mean To Be "Aggrieved"?
A party aggrieved by the failure of another to arbitrate may apply for an order compelling arbitration.
United States
21 Jun 2019
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The Bubbler - June 2019
The court's ruling serves as an illustration that noncompliant practices can have very costly effects on employers.
United States
21 Jun 2019
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The International Trade Commission Has Broad Jurisdictional Authority, Including Indirect Sellers
On April 26, 2019, Administrative Law Judge ("ALJ") Lord clearly stated in Certain Intraoral Scanner and Related Hardware and Software that the International Trade Commission's ("ITC")
United States
17 Jun 2019
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Azar v. Allina: Supreme Court Decides Important Case On When CMS Must Use Formal Rulemaking When Instructing Medicare Contractors
On June 3, 2019, the U.S. Supreme Court issued a decision in Azar v. Allina Health Services. The case involved a challenge by hospitals over whether the Department of Health and Human Services
United States
13 Jun 2019
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Claim Construction Of "Customary And Ordinary" Meaning Does Not Justify Amendment Of Noninfringement And Invalidity Contentions
Recently, in a patent infringement action pending in the Eastern District of Michigan, Webasto Thermo & Comfort N. Am., Inc. v. BesTop, Inc., No. 2:16-cv-13456.
United States
12 Jun 2019
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Supreme Court Adopts A "Rejection-As-Breach" Rule To Allow Licensee To Continue To Use Trademark Following Debtor's Rejection Of License
On May 20, 2019, the United States Supreme Court ruled that a debtor-licensor's ‘rejection' of a trademark license agreement under section 365 of the Bankruptcy Code does not terminate the licensee's rights...
United States
10 Jun 2019
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Performing A Service Without Selling The Process Still Triggers The On-Sale Bar
Services play a large role in today's economy, and it is important to be mindful of how certain pitfalls that apply to product-based intellectual property rights also apply to method
United States
7 Jun 2019
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ITC Alj McNamara In Apple-Qualcomm Investigation: Exclusion Orders Are Incentives To Design- Around
In her April 16, 2019 Public Interest Findings, ALJ McNamara decisively stated that antitrust issues disguised as competitive conditions arguments are not a factor in the ITC proceeding between Apple and Qualcomm.
United States
5 Jun 2019
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Supreme Court Denies Opportunity To Clarify Whether The Federal Securities Laws Carry A Duty To Update
On May 20, 2019, the U.S. Supreme Court denied defendants-appellees' petition for certiorari in Hagan v. Khoja.
United States
5 Jun 2019
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Establishing Jurisdiction Over Federal Court Motions To Confirm, Vacate Or Modify Domestic Arbitral Awards
As discussed in earlier posts, the Federal Arbitration Act ("FAA"), 9 U.S.C. § 1, et seq., does not provide an independent basis for federal subject matter jurisdiction over federal court
United States
30 May 2019
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Under New Guidance: Patent Eligibility Of Computerized Diagnostics At The PTAB
We previously reported on a PTAB decision involving a case in which a patent eligibility rejection was overcome by replacing a "comparing" step with a recitation that the sample is from a particular patient population.
United States
29 May 2019
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District Court Of Delaware Awards An Ongoing Royalty That Applies Not Just To Adjudicated Products But Also To Non-Adjudicated Products That Are "Not Colorably Different."
Recently, in Godo Kaisha IP Bridge 1 v. TCL Commc'n Tech. Holdings Ltd., the Delaware District Court awarded the prevailing plaintiff in a patent infringement suit ...
United States
28 May 2019
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FCA Relator And U.S. Weigh In On Defendants' Argument That The FCA Is Unconstitutional
As part of our ongoing discussion of the Polukoff False Claims Act (FCA) qui tam case (involving allegations that certain heart procedures performed by a cardiologist, and billed for by two hospital
United States
28 May 2019
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Where Both Parties Behave Badly In Litigation, Attorneys' Fees Are Unlikely To Be Awarded
On April 25, 2019, in Int'l Designs Corp., LLC, et. al. v. Hair Art Int'l, Inc., Judge George H. Wu in the Central District of California denied Hair Art's motion for attorneys' fees under 35 U.S.C. § 285.
United States
23 May 2019
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INSIGHT: California's Privacy Act—Watch For An Expanding Private Right Of Action
On Jan. 1, 2020, the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA or Act) is set to empower the state attorney general to file suit against "businesses" that collect their "personal information."
United States
20 May 2019
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