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By Daniel Cody, Ann T. Hollenbeck, Laura Laemmle-Weidenfeld
The Bipartisan Budget Act of 2018, signed into law on February 9, 2018, imposes changes on health care fraud and abuse laws that appear to reflect Congress's desire to reduce the draconian threat of strict liability under the Stark Law, while increasing penalties applicable to intent-based violations of the Anti-Kickback Statute ("AKS") and the Civil Monetary Penalties Law ("CMP Law").
By Jason M. Garr, Emily J. Tait
On February 5, 2018, the PTO filed a petition for rehearing of Bosch Auto. Serv. Sol'ns, LLC v. Matal, 878 F.3d 1027 (Fed. Cir., Dec. 22, 2017). The petition asks the panel "not . . . to alter its judgment, but only to clarify a sentence in its precedential opinion that could give rise to needless misunderstandings in the future."
By Albert Liou
In KSR Int'l Co. v. Teleflex Inc., 550 U.S. 398, 421 (2007), the Supreme Court stated that "common sense" can be considered in reaching a conclusion that a claimed invention is obvious.
By Mark Crean, Robert Speed
A major shareholder of Tap Oil Limited, a company listed on ASX, gave notice of an intention to spill the board, to remove all but one of the current directors, through a general meeting of shareholders.
By Adam Skinner, Zachary Sharpe, Zara Shafruddin, Jeffrey Jeng
The Kuala Lumpur Regional Centre for Arbitration ("KLRCA") has officially changed its name to the Asian International Arbitration Centre ("AIAC").
By Kerri Ruttenberg
Kerri Ruttenberg, a Jones Day partner and the best-selling author of Images with Impact: Design and Use of Winning Trial Visuals, covers practical tips for creating effective images, talks about why it's important to ask
By Jones Day
In a recent Order, Judge Lord denied Complainant Macronix's motion for summary determination that the economic prong of the domestic industry requirement has been met.
By Jennifer Chheda
A recent written decision by the PTAB in connection with an inter partes review (IPR) proceeding is a reminder to patent prosecutors to carefully consider the possible construction of claim terms in a continuation or...
By Charles Chau, Joelle Lau
The high level of certainty of obtaining shareholders' approval for whitewash waivers could lead to potential abuse by parties looking to obtain or consolidate control through whitewash transactions in Hong Kong.
By Mark Crean, Brett Heading, Thomas Stack, Robert Speed
In early 2016, the Australian Government announced the introduction of new standard tax conditions and appeared to indicate that the conditions would be applied universally to all foreign investment approvals.
By Mark Crean, Brett Heading, Thomas Stack, Robert Speed
The policy underlying this requirement is a desire to ensure that Australians have had sufficient opportunity to bid on proposed sales of agricultural land.
By James Harris, Marianne Chao, Raymond Wang, Ferdinand Brughmans, Jared Raleigh, Stephanie Sijie Li, Tsengel Chimeddorj, Jean Kuo, Michelle Tsai
The Taiwanese Government has set aggressive renewable energy targets, with a particular focus on the development of its offshore wind power capabilities.
By Coen Drion, Caroline Korteweg
On January 30, 2018, the European Court of Justice ("ECJ") rendered a judgment with far-reaching consequences for the European retail trade.
By Charles Chau
The high level of certainty of obtaining shareholders' approval for whitewash waivers could lead to potential abuse by parties looking to obtain or consolidate control through whitewash transactions in Hong Kong.
By Kelsey Nix, Gregory Castanias
In another noteworthy year for patent law, the U.S. Supreme Court and Federal Circuit issued a number of decisions that altered the patent landscape, including four Supreme Court decisions.
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