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In June 2013, the U.S. Supreme Court released its decision on “reverse payment” settlements between brand-name and generic drug makers. […]

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A provision in the Manual of Patent Examining Procedure arguably broadens the duty to provide information that is material to […]

Understanding the Trademark Clearinghouse

The Internet is undergoing a significant makeover with the rollout of hundreds of new generic Top Level Domains (gTLDs). They […]

Thin Line Between Patent Litigation and R&D

Advanced technology companies today are essentially choosing to appropriate other companies’ technology rather than doing their own R&D, according to […]

Multilingual Review in the E-Discovery Process

As a result of the increase in global commerce and international corporate disputes, discovery of large volumes of data in […]

Strategies in a Medical Device Patent Jury Trial

Developing a jury-friendly trial strategy in a patent case is critical to success. Reflecting on their medical device jury trial […]

The National Trend Toward “Ban The Box”

Recent legislative and regulatory actions by states and municipalities, and new efforts by the EEOC, are restricting consideration of criminal […]

Delaware Forum Decision Good for Companies and Shareholders Too

In a recent Delaware Chancery Court decision (Boilermakers Local 154 Retirement Fund, et al. v. Chevron Corporation and IClub Investment […]

Compensation Committee Mistakes when Hiring CEOs

There are three major mistakes made by compensation committees in hiring a new CEO: failure to set a compensation range […]

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