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By Rebecca Harker Duttry
The US Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit vacated a district court judgment as it relates to marking, finding that the patent owner cannot use disclaimer to avoid the marking requirement...
By Matthew McCloskey
Addressing statutory estoppel issues in connection with inter partes re-examination, the US Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit ordered the PTAB to dismiss a re-examination against certain...
By McDermott Will & Emery
An international panel of McDermott's US and European lawyers compare and contrast recent developments in trademark, copyright and design law, including developments in disparagement law...
By Joseph Adams, Thomas Conaghan, Andrew Liazos, Eric Orsic, Ashley McCarthy
While an encouraging development, this decision is now on appeal to the US Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit and there are similar unresolved complaints in other jurisdictions.
By Stephen Kranz, Mark Yopp, Kathleen Quinn, Eric Carstens
Not only does the bill expand the physical presence rule to all taxes, it expands the rule to all regulations.
By Evan Boetticher
Novartis AG owns two patents for a transdermal drug patch containing rivastigmine.
By Natalie Bennett
Helsinn asserted four patents for a pharmaceutical treating chemotherapy-induced nausea.
By Amol Parikh
The Supreme Court of the United States has tightened restrictions on where patent infringement actions may be filed.
By Mary Kay McCalla Martire, Lauren Ferrante
On May 31, the Illinois General Assembly closed its regular legislative session, without a budget agreement.
By Stephen Kranz, Diann Smith, Eric Carstens
Last Friday, the Delaware Senate released a substituted version of the bill (Senate Bill 79) introduced last month as a technical corrections bill to Senate Bill 13—the unclaimed property rewrite legislation enacted earlier this year.
By Daniel Gottlieb, Tony Maida, Joan Polacheck
On May 31, 2017, the US Department of Justice announced a Settlement Agreement under which eClinicalWorks, a vendor of electronic health record software, agreed to pay $155 million and...
By Joseph Urwitz, Mary Samsa, Nancy Gerrie, David Rogers
Impacted health systems, and especially their management, should evaluate how best to document and demonstrate their common religious bonds and convictions with the church.
By Michael Peregrine, William P. Smith
Michael Peregrine and McDermott health care restructuring partner Bill Smith discuss a critical aspect of the board's oversight duties: the expectation that the board be able to promptly identify...
By Ruth Wimer, CPA, Mary Samsa, Joseph Urwitz
The 2016 proposed regulations significantly expanded 457(f) plan sponsors' ability to permit elective deferrals, use noncompetition agreements and make larger severance payments...
By Mark Yopp
With multiple state lawsuits, competing federal legislation, many state bills, and several rulings and regulations, the physical presence rule remains an important and contentious issue.
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