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By John Marlott
While PTAB proceedings are ordinarily decided "on the papers," in certain rare cases the Board will permit live witness testimony at the oral hearing.
By Timothy Heverin, Morgan K. Restaino
Following guidance from the Federal Circuit, the PTAB has vacated a previous Board decision granting Covered Business Method review in Apple, Inc. v. Universal Secure Registry LLC
By James Beh, Kenneth Driver, David Martin Connelly
The Decision: The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission's ("FERC") Opinion No. 569 establishes new methodologies under Federal Power Act ("FPA") Section 206 for (i) determining whether existing...
By Lisa Ledbetter, Joseph Sconyers
The Situation: Reforming the U.S. housing finance system has been a frequent discussion topic in the years since the 2008 financial crisis.
By Timothy Heverin, Emma Murray
Issued on October 31, Arthrex held that the method for appointing PTAB Administrative Patent Judges violated the Appointments Clause.
By Jesús Gabriel Altamirano
The Development: Mexico's antitrust authority, the Comisión Federal de Competencia Económica ("COFECE"),...
By Bradley Brasser, Joel May, Amy Pandit, Amisha Shrimanker Kotte
As part of the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission's ("SEC") continued focus on reforming the proxy process, the SEC proposed new amendments to modernize the shareholder proposal rule
By Jonathan (Jon) Guynn, Linda Hesse, David Woodcock, Nicole Bronnimann
The Situation: Intensifying public interest in companies' Environmental, Social, and Governance ("ESG") information has prompted many to make voluntary ESG disclosures.
By Robert Levent Hergüner, David Maiorana
In a recent decision, ALJ Cheney determined that severance of an investigation was necessary for efficient adjudication of the issues raised in the Complaint.
By Carl Kukkonen III
Second, Chestnut argues that the public is entitled to reasoned opinions and access to the courts via the First Amendment, or else our rule of law erodes.
By Shannon Finch, Michael Lishman, Tim L'Estrange, Daniel Moloney
The Banking Royal Commission has been a demonstration and a driver of the rapidly changing environment for all Australian companies and the impact of those changes on individual directors and officers.
By Adam Brown, Aidan Lawes, Harriet Territt, Nikesh Pandit
FCA enforcement action in relation to SMCR is likely to increase from its current subdued levels, with solo-regulated firms and non-financial misconduct the most likely focus for regulatory attention.
By Michael Lishman, Niv Tadmore, Simon J. Bowden, Courtney Dixon
The Situation: The Australian Taxation Office ("ATO") has broadened its role in the process for reviewing foreign investment proposals, through closer engagement with foreign investors...
By Lisa Ledbetter, Locke McMurray, Matthew Martel, Albert Rota
Last Friday, the Alternative Reference Rates Committee ("ARRC") published its recommended language to address LIBOR's probable cessation after 2021 in newly issued residential adjustable rate...
By Carl Kukkonen III, Emily J. Tait, Christopher M. Johnson
AI systems are already creating works that, if created by a human, would warrant IP protection.
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