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By Andrew DeVoogd, Anthony E. Faillaci
In our continuing post-TC Heartland coverage, Judge Rodney Gilstrap of the Eastern District of Texas recently issued an interesting decision regarding the venue analysis for car companies selling ...
By Peter Saparoff, Joel Rothman, Kevin Mortimer, Ellen Shapiro
In Khoja v. Orexigen Therapeutics, Inc., the Ninth Circuit clarified the "rare circumstances" when a court may review documents extraneous to the pleadings in ruling on a motion to dismiss.
By Eli Greenspan, Katie Weider, Rodney Whitlock
This week, Congress is off and running with two emerging priorities to complete before members head off to campaign.
By Peter Snell, Daniel Weinger, Vincent Ferraro, Christopher Duerden
NHK, in turn, filed a petition for IPR of the '841 Patent in March of 2018.
By Samantha Kingsbury
Last week, Mintz's Health Care Enforcement Defense Group published a new Qui Tam Update, which analyzes 46 health care-related False Claims Act qui tam cases unsealed ...
By Samantha Kingsbury, Bruce Sokler, Farrah Short
Last week, Bruce Sokler and Farrah Short from Mintz's Antitrust practice group published a detailed alert regarding the Third Circuit's reinstatement of an antitrust suit ...
By Susan Cohen
In this five-part series, we highlight three important USCIS policy changes and provide eight best practice tips in light of the ever-tightening U.S. immigration environment.
By Benjamin Zegarelli
Over the past couple of years, FDA has introduced multiple programs allowing faster review of medical devices in order to get them to market more quickly.
By Peter Snell, Daniel Weinger, Kara Grogan
Internet Time involved three IPR petitions filed by RPX against patents owned by Applications in Internet Time, LLC
By Xavier G. Hardy
ACA plans scored a major victory last week when a federal court held that health plans participating on the ACA exchanges are entitled to unpaid cost sharing reduction payments from the federal government.
By Paul M. Huston
Welcome to this month's edition of the Bubbler! Now that fall is fast approaching we're refreshing your memory of some key recent developments as we head into the new season:
By Alden Bianchi
While the facts of the case are admittedly unusual, the outcome is still instructive for employers.
By Susan Cohen
In this five-part series, we highlight three important USCIS policy changes and provide eight best practice tips in light of the ever-tightening U.S. immigration environment.
By Brad Scheller, Daniel Weinger, Courtney Herndon
Last week, the Patent Trial and Appeal Board (the "Board") denied a second challenge to a patent where the petitioners were co-respondents in an ITC investigation.
By Eli Greenspan, Katie Weider, Rodney Whitlock
Congress continues to make progress towards funding the government despite having only seven business days remaining with both chambers in town prior to the September 30 deadline.
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