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By Dietrich Hoefner
On December 29, 2017, the SB 16-197 Working Group released its report to the Senate Business, Labor, and Technology Committee and the House Business Affairs and Labor Committee...
By Jeffrey H. Albright
A proposed reduction of $4.4 million to Public Service Company of New Mexico's capital investment requirement combined with savings from the recently enacted tax legislation may still ...
By Lewis Roca Rothgerber Christie LLP
On Wednesday, January 10, 2018, the New Mexico Public Regulation Commission (PRC), in a 3-2 vote, accepted a modified stipulation in an electric rate case for Public Service Company of New Mexico (PNM).
By Kris J. Kostolansky, Daniel Salgado
The experimental use exception, part of U.S. patent law for nearly two centuries, is becoming obsolete.
By D. Stuart Bartow, Kyle Kellar
When one party is found to have infringed the patent rights of another, the often-difficult task of calculating economic damages begins. As one step in this process, the time period during which damages have accrued must be determined.
By Lewis Roca Rothgerber Christie LLP
[M]any locations throughout the western United States rely on groundwater as their only viable water source.
By Carla A. Consoli
The US EPA signed a final action declining to impose financial assurance regulations on the hardrock mining industry under Section 108(b) of the Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Act.
By Dietrich Hoefner
On October 16, 2017, EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt released a directive that instructs the agency to follow new procedures related to the settlement of lawsuits against the agency.
By Terry Ahearn, D. Stuart Bartow
The Supreme Court granted certiorari only as to the first question.
By Gregory Y. Harris
State agencies are often given broad powers to adjudicate disputes, with the courts having the responsibility to review agency decisions.
By Mike Koplow, Anne Aikman-Scalese
In trademark law, marks come in two distinct flavors: trademarks that are used to identify the source of tangible products, and service marks that identify the source of services. As one example, colleges are in the business of providing education and commonly obtain federal service mark registrations directed to "education services."
By Elie H. Gendloff
Companies have two choices for meeting the PCT patent application filing requirements when they have multiple pending provisional applications.
By Karl Rutledge, Adrienne Brantley
The Digital Millennium Copyright Act ("DMCA"), among other things, provides a safe harbor from copyright infringement liability for online service providers and website owners that allow third parties to post content onto or through their websites or other online platforms.
By Mike Koplow, Gary J. Nelson
In performing the likelihood of confusion analysis between a registered trademark and an applied for mark, the Trademark Trial and Appeal Board (the "Board") considers a range of factors known as the du Pont factors.
By Dieter J. Raemdonck
The National Park Service (NPS) has announced a proposal to increase entrance fees at 17 national parks. Currently, the fee for private vehicles is between $25 and $30...
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