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By J. Bruce McDonald, Thomas D. York, Matthew A. Harper
Last week, the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Texas dismissed antitrust claims against Easi‑Set Industries.
By Patrizia Gioiosa, Linda Hesse, Mathias Raabe, Natalia Sauszyn
This classification system, or "taxonomy," is the first priority of the European Union's 10 Step Action Plan.
By George Cahill, Kelly Carrero, Stephen Obie, Harriet Territt
The buyer of protection pays a premium to the seller of protection in order to receive protection against a credit event.
By Michael Knight, Peter Love, Pamela Taylor, Serge Clerckx
Antitrust authorities in the US and EU have assessed penalties and fines against Canon, and in the US, Toshiba, for structuring a transaction to avoid premerger notification filings and the waiting period requirements.
By Spencer K. Beall, Vishal Khatri
In a recent order, ALJ Cheney granted leave for Complainant to personally serve certain foreign Respondents because the ITC was unable to successfully serve those Respondents.
By Thomas Berg, Anna Cartwright, Christian Trenkel
Implementation of the rent cap could have a significant negative impact on returns for investors in Berlin residential investments—will it be challenged?
By Marc Blackman
The PTAB recently granted a Patent Owner's motion to take additional discovery of Petitioner's expert.
By Yang Li Ph.D. (Alex), Matthew Johnson
On July 2, 2019, Judge Cote of the Southern District of New York issued an opinion that denied a motion for a preliminary injunction ordering the defendant to withdraw its petitions for inter parties review at the PTAB.
By John Emmerig, Michael Legg, Douglas G. Johnson, Lucas Wilk
Large-scale class actions have become a common feature of the legal landscape in Australia.
By Mark Douglas
In doing so, the Second Circuit explained that exposure to the market is the best determinant of value.
By Charles Hodges II
In the third in a series of Jones Day's video presentations on the IRS's Large Business & International Division exam procedures, partner and tax litigator Chuck Hodges explains the Acknowledgment of Facts IDR, ...
By Lamberto Schiona, Anna Masser, Christian Fulda, Margherita Farina
The New Law sets forth a new ad hoc opt-in procedure.
By Kenneth Field, Michael Gleason, Aimee DeFilippo, H. Kristie Xian
Sanford is a vertically integrated healthcare system operating in eight states, including North Dakota.
By Michael R. Fischer, Locke McMurray, Ulf Kreppel, Polly O'Brien
The BoE requests that views be submitted to the discussion paper by September 27.
By Meredith Wilkes, Tracy Stitt, Anthony Insogna
How it started, its programming and networking objectives, and its value to women lawyers careers in IP law.
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