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By Richard DeNatale, Tyrone Childress
Be prepared—new statutory claims may not be covered under existing policies.
By Andy Stanton, Jayant W. Tambe, Brian W. Castello
Pennsylvania's Commission was told at the September hearing regarding the PSERS and SERS probe that $3.8 billion in investment fees have gone unreported.
By J. Bruce McDonald, Julia McEvoy, Joseph D. Antel (Joe)
A federal district court has ordered a defendant in private antitrust litigation to divest a manufacturing plant following a competitor's merger challenge.
By Jonathan Berman, Julia McEvoy, Rosanna K. McCalips, Larissa Bergin
Last week, the Patient Right to Know Drug Prices Act ("Act") became law.
By Ying Li, Vishal Khatri
Fight Against Anonymous Online Sellers That Infringe Your IP
By Stephen Sozio, Heather O'Shea, B. Kurt Copper, Rachel Page
The Department of Justice ("DOJ") recently announced that it agreed with AmerisourceBergen Corporation ("ABC") and several of its subsidiaries to resolve a False Claims Act ("FCA") case for $625 million.
By James A. Cox
Our first in a series of Jones Day Talks podcasts on Blockchain features Jones Day's Jim Cox, coeditor of the American Bar Association book Blockchain for Business Lawyers, answering common blockchain questions such as...
By Laura Fraedrich, Justin Huff, Chase Kaniecki, Christopher M. Tipler
This does not mean that every U.S. business operating in a pilot program industry is a pilot program U.S. business.
By Shay Dvoretzky, Charles R.A. Morse, C. Kevin Marshall, Bradley W. Harrison
The Texas Supreme Court is scheduled to review reliance disclaimer clauses and their enforceability in December 2018 and may provide further guidance on these issues.
By Bernard Amory, Charlotte Breuvart, Cecelia Kye
The European Commission ("Commission") issued a preliminary finding that ZSSK, Slovakia's state-owned railway
By Ryan J. Andreoli, Stephen Obie, Jayant W. Tambe, William Atherton
Commodity brokerage firms need to be vigilant as the CFTC signals increased policing and prosecution of insider trading.
By Ann T. Hollenbeck, Courtney Carrell
A recent Fifth Circuit decision is good news for health care providers struggling with the Medicare appeals process, but the agency's limited reimbursements for telemedicine services continue to frustrate providers.
By Peter Saba
In In re Houston Regional Sports Network, L.P., 886 F.3d 523 (5th Cir. 2018), the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit held that bankruptcy courts have flexibility in selecting the date on which to value collateral.
By Matthew Johnson
The USPTO has published a final rule changing the claim construction standard applied during inter partes review (IPR), post-grant review (PGR), and the transitional program for covered business...
By Mark Douglas
In In re Woodbridge Group of Companies, LLC, 2018 WL 3131127 (Bankr. D. Del. June 20, 2018), the bankruptcy court ruled that, because an anti-assignment clause in a promissory note...
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