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By Anthony Fuga
The District of Delaware recently found a patent directed to onsite data backup to be abstract and ineligible for patent protection.
By Anthony Fuga
The Northern District of Texas, in a concise opinion, found that the asserted patent claims failed both steps of the Alice inquiry.
By Taite McDonald, Michael Obeiter
On the FDA rulemaking front, there is not much new to report since last month.
By Miranda A. Franco
Among the notable changes, CMS is updating several provisions
By Anthony Fuga
Last week, the Federal Circuit reversed a District of Minnesota decision and found a patent directed to a system and method for processing paper checks to be abstract and not eligible for patent protection.
By Anthony Fuga
Mod Stack accused Aculab of infringing U.S. Patent No. 7,460,520, which relates to "a system and method for simultaneously interfacing with different types of call controllers in a voice gateway."
By Philip J. Catanzano, Jeffrey J. Nolan
The U.S. Court of Appeals for the First Circuit determined that constitutional due process principles do not require public universities to permit respondents or their advisors to cross-examine complainants in Title IX matters.
By Tara Kaushik, Kevin John Ashe
The investigation will review SoCalGas's operation details for the past few years including revenue goals, budgets, staffing and spending to assess compliance with regulations.
By Tara Kaushik, Kevin John Ashe
It will likely change the procurement contracts for distributed generation with California utilities.
By Eric Crusius, Mary Beth Bosco
Like Section 889, the Interim Rule prohibits the sale of covered products or services to the federal government.
By Miranda A. Franco
The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) has published the Calendar Year (CY) 2020 Hospital Outpatient Prospective Payment System
By Miranda A. Franco
The rule will affect discharges occurring on or after October 1, 2019.
By Anthony Fuga
Pittsburgh Logistics (PL) sued its competitor and former employee, alleging that the employee breached his employment agreement by working for the competitor...
By Steven Jedlinski, Anthony Fuga
The Court ultimately dismissed the trade secret claims with prejudice because they were barred by the First Amendment and the DNC had failed to state a claim.
By Brandon Elledge
After Sabre discovered what happened and sued Shan, the parties ended up in arbitration proceedings.
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