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By Scott A. McKeown
With the new Trial Guide update barely a month old, the Board has already begun to expand its General Plastic factors.
By Scott A. McKeown
That is, the inquiry is fact-dependent, and not limited to one party controlling the other as some PTAB decisions seemed to suggest.
By Ropes & Gray LLP's Health Care Practice
In many countries, purchases of products or services1 by government or public entities take place primarily through public tenders.
By Matthew Burn, Judith Seddon, Amanda Raad
As a result of this decision, English law in relation to privilege is now far more closely aligned to that in the US.
By Scott A. McKeown
IPR estoppel is established under 35 U.S.C. § 315(e)(2), which provides that "the petitioner in an inter partes review of a claim in a patent . . . that results in a final written decision . . . may not assert . . . " ...
By Scott A. McKeown
With the summer winding down, it is time to start looking forward to fall. September offers a number of great CLE options.
By Michael B. Lampert, Susan R. Sheffler, Whitney N. Wadman
The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services has issued a proposed rule that would overhaul the Medicare Shared Savings Program, or MSSP, for accountable care organizations, or ACOs.
By Ryan Rohlfsen, Alexandre Rene, Amanda Raad, James Dowden, Geoffrey M. Atkins, Nicholas Berg, David Zhang, Mimi Yang, Joshua Asher, Shivan Sarin
On August 24, 2018, the United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit ruled that a non-resident foreign national cannot be charged with conspiracy to violate the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act ...
By Ropes & Gray LLP's Securities & Futures Enforcement Practice
The SEC has issued an order clearing the way for cases to proceed before its own ALJs, notwithstanding a Supreme Court decision issued earlier this year that declared the SEC's prior appointment of ALJs to be unconstitutional.
By Mimi Yang, Alison Fethke
Health care and life sciences companies with operations in the United States and abroad face increased liability arising from their common reliance on third-party distributors in international markets.
By Ropes & Gray LLP's Securities & Public Companies Practice
On August 17, 2018, the SEC adopted amendments to eliminate, integrate, update or modify certain of its disclosure requirements.
By Ropes & Gray LLP's Health Care Practice
The table at the end of this Alert summarizes the key characteristics of proposed paths.
By Ropes & Gray LLP's Tax-Exempt Organizations
The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act enacted new Section 512(a)(7), which requires tax-exempt organizations to include as UBTI costs incurred associated with providing certain employee fringe benefits.
By Ropes & Gray LLP's Executive Compensation & Employee Benefits Practice
In December 2017 Congress significantly broadened the Internal Revenue Code's $1 million deduction limitation under Section 162(m) for compensation paid to top public company executives by, ...
By Scott A. McKeown
A constant criticism of the Patent Trial & Appeal Board (PTAB) has been the perceived difficulty in amending claims in an AIA trial proceeding.
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