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DuPont's Proxy Contest Victory: A Turning Point for Companies' Responses to Activism?
Lyle G. Ganske,Jennifer C. Lewis,Robert A. Profusek,Lizanne Thomas, May 25, 2015
This highly celebrated DuPont victory signals that shareholders recognize that not all companies require activist intervention or a seismic change in strategy—DuPont's strong financial performance and implementation of strategic initiatives supported its contention that it was pursuing a...
Claim Construction, Findings of Fact, and Indefiniteness in the Wake of Teva v. Sandoz
Gregory A. Castanias,Calvin P. Griffith,Tharan Gregory Lanier,Matthew J. Silveira,Jennifer L. Swize, May 14, 2015
In its January 2015 decision in Teva Pharmaceuticals USA, Inc. v. Sandoz, Inc., the United States Supreme Court held, contrary to the Federal Circuit's longstanding practice, that a district court's claim constructions are to be reviewed on appeal under the two-part test set forth in Federal Rule...
The Significance of In re Cuozzo and its Ongoing Spot in the Limelight
Gregory A. Castanias,David B. Cochran,Matthew W. Johnson,Jennifer L. Swize, May 14, 2015
When the United States Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit issued its decision in In re Cuozzo Speed Technologies in February 2015¿the first decision in an appeal from an inter partes review ("IPR") conducted by the Patent Trial and Appeal Board (the "PTAB")¿both the Patent...
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