By Diana Comes
The Sixth Circuit agreed, noting that, practically speaking, a promise to obtain a green card would have been impossible for Dow Corning to have carried out, because it does not itself issue green cards.
By Todd Photopulos
federal appeals court on Thursday, February 9 unanimously ruled against President Trump's controversial "travel ban" Executive Order that attempted to bar foreign nationals...
By Kim Strohkirch
If you are not a medical device company or do not have devices on the market in Europe, then comprehensive clinical evaluation reports may be a new concept. st
By Kimberly Coggin
On December 13, 2016, President Obama signed the 21st Century Cures Act into law.
By Butler Snow LLP
Inventors and companies are always looking for alternative ways to raise capital for the development of their products, and crowdfunding is becoming a hot trend.
By Julie Watson Lampley
The conduct of non-US clinical trials by North American companies continues to grow at an ever-increasing pace. A significant challenge to US-based companies is remaining current on the laws...
By John Dollarhide
Renowned (e)discovery guru (and I use that term advisedly) Andrew Peck, a U.S. Magistrate Judge for the Southern District of New York, recently issued what he termed a "wake-up call" to the Bar...
By C.E. Hunter Brush
The Tennessee Court of Appeals recently found that a "take or leave it offer" extended by a lender to a borrower experiencing financial difficulty was not duress.
By William R. O'Bryan, Jr.
In a recent, well-written opinion, the Tennessee Court of Appeals, Middle Section, WM Capital Partners, LLC v. Thornton, No. M2015-00328-COA-R3-CV, filed January 17, 2017, determined that a secured...
By Robert Frey
Insureds won a round the other day when the South Carolina Supreme Court held that reservation of rights letters, which it characterized as nothing but "generic statements of potential non-coverage...
By William R. O'Bryan, Jr.
The Tennessee Court of Appeals, in Anderson v. Poltorak, No. M2015-02523-COA-R3-CV, filed December 29, 2016,
By Andrew Tharp
On February 8, 2017, pop star Justin Bieber was scheduled to be deposed in Santa Monica, California.
By David Johnson
An employee or former employee who starts preparing to compete with his employer or former may get tripped up in one of two scenarios: (1) breaching a fiduciary duty of loyalty; or...
By Anita Modak-Truran
Wouldn't it be better if we could stop the clock of time and bury "age" with all other unpleasant things?
By Melonie S. Wright
The tech industry's divide over "net neutrality" deepened when the FCC voted this past Thursday to suspend key Obama-era net neutrality requirements for broadband internet service providers ("ISPs").