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By WilmerHale
Lourie, J. Affirming conclusion of obviousness in inter partes reexamination. The Board erred in relying on inherency, but the error was harmless.
By Matthew T. Martens, Jaclyn Moyer, James T. Lux
In this article published by Law360, Matthew Martens, Jaclyn Moyer and James Lux discuss the inevitable implication of the Supreme Court's reasoning in Kokesh v. SEC.
By Christian Duvernoy, Naboth van den Broek, Itsiq Benizri, Lukas Šimas
On September 13, 2017, the European Commission issued a proposal for a Regulation establishing a framework for screening foreign direct investment ("FDI") in the European Union.
By John Ratliff, Frédéric Louis, Cormac O'Daly
When planning an acquisition or merger involving companies operating on a global scale, merging parties often concentrate on obtaining merger approvals in the United States...
By Joshua Fox
Partner Joshua Fox, in this guest article published by VentureBeat, discusses the benefits and risks of entrepreneurs seeking capital from competitors, also known as "strategic investors."
By Reginald Brown, Adam Raviv
In this article published by Law360, Adam Raviv and Reginald Brown describe the key steps in the path to nomination for federal officials and provide tips on how to navigate them.
By H. David Gold, Michael J. Hazel, Raya Treiser, Sarah Judkins
Last week, the Council on Environmental Quality (CEQ) released an initial list of actions to implement Executive Order 13807...
By Lloyd Firth, Leila Gaafar
The Solicitor General's answer was pragmatic and unequivocal. Economic crime can only, he opined, be properly tackled by a coordinated response from...
By WilmerHale
Even at an early stage, these tips may shape your strategic outlook.
By Jason Kropp, Jeff Stein
On September 7, WilmerHale Partners Jason Kropp and Jeff Stein discussed how early-stage companies should prepare for the fundraising process.
By Claudio D. Salas
A book review by Claudio Salas of Attorney-Client Privilege in International Arbitration, published by the Journal of International Arbitration.
By David S. Cohen
Partner David Cohen, former deputy director of the Central Intelligence Agency who also served as Under Secretary of the Treasury for Terrorism and Financial Intelligence, ...
By Bill Warren
Some interesting links we found across the web this week:
By Gary Born, Jonathan Lim, Dharshini Prasad
Singapore has continued to develop as a global centre for international arbitration and dispute resolution in recent years, competing with older centres such as London, Paris and Geneva.
By Leila Gaafar
Following the investigations into alleged manipulation of the London Interbank Offered Rate (Libor), in July the head of the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA), Andrew Bailey, announced plans to abandon...
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