After decades of protracted discussions and negotiations, Europe's patent law and patent court system are about to undergo their most radical shake-up since the foundation of the European Patent Organisation.
The recently-published "Flaschenträger" decision by the Tenth Senate of the Federal Court of Justice, which deals with cases under the patent and utility model laws, looks at the amount of infringer's profit to be handed over.
Is bad credit an accurate predictor of employee trustworthiness or reliability?
HHS Office of Civil Rights and the Workgroup for Electronic Data Interchange are co-sponsoring four upcoming webinars to help smaller health care providers better understand HIPAA compliance and enforcement topics.
The Federal Circuit has issued its CLS Bank decision on the eligibility of computer-implemented inventions for patenting.
What does the Federal Circuit’s recent decision in CLS Bank Int’l v. Alice Corporation Pty Ltd. mean for software patents?
Following a similar initiative on the House side, leaders of the Senate Finance Committee are inviting provider input on Medicare physician payment system reform.
The U.S. State Department has issued the June 2013 Visa Bulletin.
U.S. Customs and Border Protection has issued a reminder to the public to make sure they have proper travel documents well in advance of travel between the US and Canada.
The recent announcement of charges in New York against eight members of a cybercrime ring that stole $40 million from ATMs in 24 countries, all within 10 hours, is the latest in a series of episodes that illustrate the constant threat of cyber attacks against our corporate networks.
According to a New York appellate court, insurers may still disclaim coverage years after underlying litigation commenced, if the insurer’s delay in doing so did not prejudice the insured.
The South Carolina Supreme Court issued its long-awaited decision in Bodman v. South Carolina, holding that the state’s sales and use tax exemption and cap scheme, as a whole, does not violate the state constitution’s equal protection guarantee and prohibition against special legislation.