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Documents by Lawyers at this office
Exclusion of Evidence Before the Patent Trial and Appeal Board
David B. Cochran,Matthew W. Johnson,Lisamarie LoGiudice, October 16, 2014
Post-issue challenges at the Patent Trial and Appeal Board (the “Board”) provide an accelerated forum to challenge patentability at the United States Patent and Trademark Office (“USPTO”) that are intended to be lower cost than validity challenges in traditional district...
OIG Seeks Comment on Recently Published Proposed Rule Expanding Anti-Kickback Safe Harbors
Lynsey Morris Barron,Richard H. Deane,Gerald M. Griffith,Rebekah N. Plowman,Stephen G. Sozio, October 16, 2014
The federal Anti-Kickback Statute ("AKS") criminalizes the solicitation or payment of remuneration in order to induce business that is reimbursable under the Medicare and/or Medicaid programs, such as kickbacks, bribes, and certain rebates. The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services...
Supreme Court Denies Cert in Herb Reed: Circuits to Remain Out of Tune as to Presumption of Irreparable Harm
John G. Froemming,Angela R. Gott,Candice M. Reder,Meredith M. Wilkes, October 16, 2014
The United States Supreme Court denied certiorari on October 6, 2014, in Herb Reed Enterprises, LLC v. Florida Entertainment Management, Inc., leaving trademark litigants uncertain as to whether to apply the traditional presumption of irreparable harm at the preliminary injunction stage.
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