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By Bruce J. Rose, Fanny Patel
Our Intellectual Property Group reviews the Supreme Court's narrow decision ending the nearly decade-long saga of whether manufacturing parts in the U.S. and assembling them overseas can bring recovery of lost profits for the patent holder.
By Michael R. Young
The Federal Trade Commission recently announced that it had settled charges against three companies alleged to have falsely claimed participation in Privacy Shield.
By Jeffrey A. Belkin, Jacob A. Dean
In order to keep up with online marketplaces available at the "one touch" of a smartphone, the federal government is doing its part to bring its procurement process into the digital age.
By Maureen Gorsen
DTSC has released the rulemaking for its second selected "priority product" which is spray polyurethane foam systems with unreacted methylene diphenyl diicyanates.
By Beverlee Silva, Sarah Babcock, Trudy Caraballo
In this era of economic globalization, American companies are increasingly looking to overseas markets for manufacturing and export opportunities.
By Michelle Henkel
In response to a claimed need to allocate IRS resources to significant issues and improve audit efficiency, the IRS issued Announcement 2010-9 in January 2010, setting forth a new initiative that would require certain business taxpayers to disclose uncertain tax positions (UTP) on a new schedule that would be filed with their federal income tax returns.
By Victoria Lockard, Anna Sumner
The United States Supreme Court has issued its latest opinion addressing the excessiveness of punitive damages in the case of "Exxon Shipping Company v. Baker".
By Jack Cummings, Sam Kaywood
LTR 200737019 involves a corporate inversion and what happens to "hook stock." The ruling did not use that term, but it is sometimes used to refer to the stock in the former subsidiary that the former parent retains when it becomes a subsidiary of its former subsidiary.