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By David Hickerson, Debra A. Lange, Andrew Cheslock
Most Section 337 investigations allege violations of intellectual property ("IP") based rights involving patent, registered trademark, or registered copyright infringement ("statutory IP claims").
By Peter Vogel reported that among other patents Walmart "has procured a patent for medical records being kept on a blockchain—or "public ledger," as they refer to it.
By Alexis Finkelberg Bortniker, C. Frederick Geilfuss II
CMS recently announced that it wants to launch a new demonstration program, the Medicare Advantage Qualifying Payment Arrangement Incentive (MAQI) Demonstration.
By Lauren Loew
Automakers reported strong June sales in the United States.
By Ryan Parsons
In the past, we have highlighted some of the legal risks of employing commission-based employees, as well as some of the methods for limiting those risks.
By Courtenay Brinckerhoff
In Impax Laboratories Inc. v. Lannett Holdings Inc., the Federal Circuit upheld the district court decision finding that defendants had failed to establish obviousness of AstraZeneca's Zomig...
By Theodore Bornstein, Michael K. Crossen, Jennifer Walsh, Dennis Cardoza, Scott Klug
Foley & Lardner LLP's ("Foley") Bipartisan Public Policy Team is pleased to share our "Public Policy Weekly* Health Care Newsletter" in which we compile the latest Health care policy news and legislation.
By Peter Vogel
The Washington Post reported that it "is a great day for California Internet users as their state is now one step closer to enacting the strongest net neutrality law in the country."
By David A. Rood
Recently, Representative Peter Welch of Vermont introduced legislation restructuring the planned phase out for the current electric vehicle $7500 federal tax credit.
By Nathaniel Lacktman, Jacqueline N. Acosta
The Delaware Board of Medicine recently enacted new regulations pertaining to telemedicine and telehealth.
By Peter Vogel reported "Some major websites continue to deliver targeted advertisements to users in Europe who have not given consent for their personal information to be used...
By Thomas Pence
With only a few exceptions (e.g., harassment training in California), employment-related training is voluntary, not mandatory.
By Courtenay Brinckerhoff
Because it is a solid cookie or candy, you can grip it hard and it won't break.
By Peter Vogel
Stay tuned to see how much the lobby efforts will change the California Consumer Privacy Act.
By Courtenay Brinckerhoff
Did you know there are patents on ice cream, ice pops, and other frozen confections?
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