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By Shamoil T. Shipchandler, David Woodcock, Jason S. Varnado, Jamila Hall
Notwithstanding DOJ's policy revision, ephemeral communications remain a challenging subject for businesses.
By David Bergers, Sarah L. Levine, Laura S. Pruitt, Shamoil T. Shipchandler
The SEC staff continues to evaluate self-reports received prior to the initiative cut-off date.
By George Cahill, Locke McMurray, Jayant W. Tambe
On March 6, 2019, ISDA published proposed amendments (the "Consultation") to the Definitions to address issues relating to narrowly tailored credit events ("NTCEs").
By David Bergers, Laura S. Pruitt, Eric A. Love
Earlier this year, the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority released its 2019 Annual Risk Monitoring and Examination Priorities Letter.
By Robert Levent Hergüner, Vishal Khatri
ALJ McNamara granted the motion because she found Complainant SnapPower was already aware of the asserted defenses.
By Linda Hesse, Mathias Raabe, Natalia Sauszyn, Seth E. Engel
The European Commission's public consultation on the proposed updated Guidelines is open through March 20, 2019.
By Charles Hodges II
This video is the final in a four-part series on Jones Day's approach to dealing with the IRS. In it, partner Chuck Hodges discusses stage four - going to court.
By Stephen Obie, Jayant W. Tambe, Ryan J. Andreoli, Céalagh P. Fitzpatrick
Thus, the statute of limitations began to run in 2008 and expired several years before the plaintiff filed her claims.
By Jones Day
They also talk about what's ahead for the Firm's "Women in IP" initiative.
By Charles Wehland, Jane Murphy, Kevin Holewinski, Jane Story, Thomas Donnelly, Casey Bradford, Thomas Hamilton
The introduction of the Green New Deal resolution in Congress and a recent preliminary injunction request in a federal circuit court case are the latest challenges to how the United States currently uses and develops fossil fuels.
By Richard Johnson
Partner Jay Johnson discusses the effect of various regulations on blockchains.
By Gregory Castanias, Daniel Kazhdan, Jihong Lou
As we wrote previously, the Federal Circuit sitting en banc held that a patent applicant can seek district court review of a PTO rejection of its application without having to pay for the time the PTO's attorneys spent on the case.
By Michael A. Lavine, Matthew Johnson
Presidio Components, Inc. petitioned for inter partes review of U.S. Patent No. 6,144,547, which American Technical Ceramics Corp. and AVX Corporation (together "plaintiffs") asserted against Presidio in ...
By Lizanne Thomas
But the process has come under persistent criticism, as activist hedge funds and similar investors have used the 10-day window to conceal their accumulations.
By Aaron D Charfoos, Jennifer Everett, Mary Alexander Myers, Spencer K. Beall
On February 27, 2019, the Federal Trade Commission ("FTC") issued a record $5.7 million civil penalty against a video social networking application, ...
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