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By Brett A. Shumate, Benjamin C. Mizer, Donald McGahn II (DON)
The president issued two executive orders limiting federal agencies' ability to use guidance documents for policymaking and enforcement and promoting transparency and fairness in civil enforcement
By John Emmerig, Michael Lishman, Tim L'Estrange, Daniel Moloney
The Situation: The Federal Court of Australia has delivered judgment in the highly publicised proceedings brought by APRA against IOOF's Chairman
By Adam Hollingsworth, Hank Walther, Stephen Sozio
The Situation<: On October 8, 2019, the U.S. Department of Justice ("DOJ") announced two significant developments relating to the enforcement of white-collar crime:
By Yang Li Ph.D. (Alex), Blaney Harper
We have previously reported on this investigation in connection with the Initial Determination issued on August 27, 2018.
By Susan Gerber, Matthew Johnson
The PTAB's decision expands upon the holding in Canfield.
By John Marlott
After SAS, does institution of an IPR make a district court more or less likely to stay a parallel litigation? Maybe, maybe not.
By Kenneth Luchesi
In Henny Penny Corp. v. Frymaster L.L.C., No. IPR2016-01435, (P.T.A.B. Mar. 16, 2017), the petitioner (HPC) challenged certain claims of U.S. Patent No. 8,497,691, ...
By Margaret R. Blake, Laura S. Pruitt, Michael Butowsky, Sergio Alvarez-Mena
The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission seeks comment on proposed exemption from broker registration for certain activities by municipal advisors.
By Maria Yiasemides, Roger Dobson, Evan J. Sylwestrzak
The Situation: Should liquidators be removed under section 90-15 of the Insolvency Practice Schedule (Corporations) in circumstances where they engaged in preappointment...
By Matthew Martel, Joseph Sconyers, Keith M. Kollmeyer, Emily Robey-Phillips
The Situation: Student loan debt in the United States stands at an all-time high of approximately $1.5 trillion spread across more than 44 million borrowers.
By John Evans, Kerry A. Barrett
Design patent obviousness requires a heavy threshold burden of proof. Challengers have to find a "primary reference," i.e., prior art that has "basically the same"
By Evan J. Sylwestrzak, Lucas Wilk, Roger Dobson, Katie Higgins, Maria Yiasemides
A liquidator can reject a "double proof" for what is, in substance, the same debt as another accepted proof of debt.
By Jayant W. Tambe, Stephen Obie, Ryan J. Andreoli, Nina Yadava
The common thread that seems to explain the Second Circuit's divergent decisions in Brent Crude and Choi is the location of the alleged misconduct.
By Ryan Thomas, John Majoras, Keira M. Campbell
The United States Department of Justice Antitrust Division ("DOJ") has provided details on the unprecedented use of arbitration to resolve its challenge to the proposed acquisition of Aleris Corporation by Novelis Inc.
By Christopher Pace, Ricardo Puente
Rick Puente and Chris Pace review recent case developments, discuss the appointment of new National Security Advisor Robert O'Brien, and talk about what parties possibly affected by Helms-Burton should expect next.
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