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Preparing for H-1B Visa Season 2020: Frequently Asked Questions

As you gear up for a chance to win one of the 65,000 coveted H-1B visas that will be up for grabs beginning April 1, 2019 through April 5, 2019, we bring you our top frequently asked questions—H-1B edition—to help … Continue reading

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IRS Publishes Frequently Asked Questions About Resumption of Tax Court Cases Following Shutdown

As part of its continuing guidance to taxpayers and practitioners about how its resumption of activities following the government shutdown is impacting pending matters, the Internal Revenue Service has published Frequently Asked Questions (entitled “IRS Update on Shutdown Impact on … Continue reading

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Supreme Court Asked Whether “Control” over the IPR is Required to Trigger the 315(b) Time Bar

by Dennis Crouch WesternGeco LLC, v.  ION Geophysical Corp. (Supreme Court 2019) [Petition] In 2018, WesternGeco seemingly won its international-patent-damages case against ION — with the court agreeing that lost-profit damages are available even for extra-territorial sales.  After winning its … Continue reading

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Supreme Court Asked to Decided if AIA Creates Standing for Any Party to Appeal PTAB Decisions

Japanese manufacturer JTEKT Corporation recently filed a petition for writ of certiorari with the U.S. Supreme Court asking he nation’s highest court to determine whether federal statutes governing appeals from the Patent Trial and Appeal Board (PTAB) create a right … Continue reading

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The TTB is Watching – Beverage Community Asked to Self-Report Violations

As the TTB enters a more user-friendly phase with its updated online registration portal, it is important to remember that it remains an enforcement arm of the federal government for the beverage alcohol community. In a somewhat ominous circular, the … Continue reading

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