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By Lora A. Brzezynski, Francis DiGiovanni, Thatcher Rahmeier
The United States Supreme Court ruled last week in WesternGeco LLC v. ION Geophysical Corp. that—in certain circumstances—a patent owner can recover "lost foreign profits" under 35 U.S.C. § 284.
By Pascal Benyamini
Governor Brown has this year signed several new laws impacting California employers, some of which have already gone into effect and others that will be effective or operative in 2017 or later.
By Drinker Biddle's Investment Management Group
The Securities and Exchange Commission adopted long-awaited and highly anticipated amendments to rules under the Investment Company Act of 1940.
By Cheryl Orr, Stephanie Gournis
Wage & Hour class actions are being filed at a pace that dwarfs almost all other types of litigation.
By White Collar Criminal Defense & Corporate Investigations
Philadelphia partner Barry Gross has been quoted in several publications since the verdict in the high-profile case of USA v. Scarfo.
By Jason Gosselin
The Sixth Circuit recently addressed the question of whether an excess insurer must provide a defense when the primary insurer fails to do so.
By James Sawyer, Beata Spuhler
For most companies importing into the US, use of available post-importation mechanisms to correct entries is common and an essential part of any trade compliance program.
By John Przypyszny, Charles Rose, Jonathan Tarnow
Recently, there have been a number of bills issued and proposals made as the U.S. Congress begins the process of reauthorizing of the Higher Education Act.
By Drinker Biddle's Investment Management Group
The SEC Divisions of Investment Management and Corporate Finance released joint guidance regarding proxy voting responsibilities of investment advisers.
By Douglas Heffner, Rick Johnson
A panel of the World Trade Organization ruled in favor of China against certain policies employed by the U.S. Department of Commerce in conducting countervailing duty investigations.
By Richard Haggerty, Daniel Rotko
The District of Massachusetts recently entered summary judgment in favor of a plaintiff after deferring to FCC statements that purport to expand the definition of an automated telephone dialing system ("ATDS") to include predictive dialers that can dial stored numbers without human intervention.
By Kathleen Murphy, Joan Koenig, Mollie D. Sitkowski
U.S. Customs and Border Protection released the eligibility requirements and security criteria for its expanded Customs-Trade Partnership Against Terrorism (C-TPAT) program.
By Drinker Biddle's Investment Management Group
In June 2014, the SECprovided guidance on how private fund managers using SPVs and escrow accounts may comply with Advisers Act Rule 206(4)-2.
By Michael Daly, Meredith Slawe, Jason Ketelsen
The Eastern District of New York recently denied a motion to dismiss and found that the plaintiff's claims were not precluded by a different court's ruling.
By Linda Moroney, T.J. Sullivan, Taylor Romigh, Corey Kestenberg
Although not expressly stated, the new form is undoubtedly part of the IRS’s current effort to alleviate the huge backlog of pending applications awaiting IRS review.
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