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By John Birmingham
Automotive companies are keenly aware of their responsibility for knowing the safety standards applicable to their businesses.
By Courtenay Brinckerhoff
In Honeywell International, Inc. v. Mexichem Amanco Holdings S.A. DE C.V., the Federal Circuit vacated the decision of the USPTO Patent Trial and Appeal Board that invalidated Honeywell's patent...
By Gardner Davis, Danielle Whitley
Acquisition agreements frequently contain maximum limits or "caps" on the sellers' potential liability for losses resulting from breaches of the sellers' and target company's representations and warranties.
By Philip Phillips
Employers must tread carefully when communicating with employees during union organizing campaigns.
By Thomas Pence
We have written in the past about how important it is for an employer to be accurate in articulating its reason for terminating an employee.
By Nathaniel Lacktman
New Jersey has a new telemedicine law, recently signed by Governor Chris Christie. The law cements the validity of telehealth services in the Garden State, establishes telemedicine practice standards, ...
By Courtenay Brinckerhoff
Thus, the report makes clear from the outset that it is not going to propose or promote a specific policy.
By Jason Britt
One of the changes in approach that the current administration has taken to the legal system—a change often overshadowed by other headlines—is the current administration's willingness to enforce arbitration clauses.
By Jeffery Atkin, Felipe Saltz
North Carolina Governor Roy Cooper has signed H.B. 589 into law. H.B. 589, otherwise known as the Competitive Energy Solutions Plan, adds the following features to the already robust North Carolina solar industry...
By Steven Hilfinger
The Center for Automotive Research (CAR)'s annual Management Briefing Seminars kicked off on Monday in Traverse City, Michigan.
By Andrew Cheslock, George Beck
During the IPR, Patent Owner Tire Hanger conceded that the original claims were unpatentable and filed a motion to add "human involvement to steps that an apparatus or other structure could have otherwise performed," to the claimed method...
By Heidi Jeffery, David Bannard
On March 1, 2017, the SEC issued Release No. 34-80130 proposing several amendments to its Rule 15c2-12 that would add two new events to the list of events that must be included in the continuing disclosure undertakings ...
By Nathaniel Lacktman
The audit is a new project added as a supplement to the OIG's 2017 Work Plan.
By Courtenay Brinckerhoff
The Federal Circuit first addressed whether the withheld references were "but-for" material.
By Mark Neuberger
A recent unanimous decision by the highest state court in Massachusetts sends a warning signal to employers in all states.
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