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Ten New Supreme Court Opinions Reshaping the Intellectual-Property Landscape
Gregory A. Castanias,Damon M. Lewis,John J. Normile,William C. Rooklidge,Jennifer L. Swize, September 1, 2014
Thirty years ago, the U.S. Supreme Court heard between 150 and 175 cases each year, but rarely accepted an intellectual-property case for review. Much has been written about the Court’s shrinking docket in recent years—in its October Term 2013, which just came to an end, the Court heard...
Break Point? Delaware Supreme Court Upholds Validity of Fee-Shifting Bylaw
Robert W. Gaffey,Lyle G. Ganske,Eric Landau,Robert A. Profusek,Lizanne Thomas, May 28, 2014
On May 8, 2014, in ATP Tour, Inc. v. Deutscher Tennis Bund, et al., No. 534, 2013, the Delaware Supreme Court ruled that a bylaw shifting attorneys' fees and costs to the losing party in intra-corporate litigation can be valid and enforceable under Delaware law. While the case involved a member...
San Francisco Adopts New Family Friendly Workplace Ordinance
Aaron L. Agenbroad,Fred W. Alvarez,F. Curt Kirschner,Kari Erickson Levine,Robert A. Naeve, October 24, 2013
Once again, San Francisco is at the forefront of enacting new rights intended to protect workers. On October 1, San Francisco's Board of Supervisors adopted the "San Francisco Family Friendly Workplace Ordinance," which Mayor Lee signed into law on October 9. The new ordinance, which is...
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