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Judge Sleet Concludes that Asserted Claims of Patent In-Suit Are Not Invalid Due to Obviousness-Type Double Patenting and No Grounds for Prosecution Laches Are Present

Following a four-day bench trial before him in Shire Orphan Therapies LLC et al. v. Fresenius Kabi USA, LLC, Civil Action No. 15-1102-GMS (D.Del. June 5, 2018), and having considered the entire record in the case and the applicable law, … Continue reading

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Pay discrimination lawsuit concludes with Univ. of Denver School of Law agreeing to consent decree

The University of Denver School of Law has settled a pay discrimination lawsuit with seven full-time female law profs by way of an EEOC consent decree. The settlement, which includes a $2.66 million monetary award, was announced Thursday. The law … Continue reading

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Comment period concludes for Retail Commodity Transactions Involving Virtual Currency proposed interpretation

By Brad Rosen, J.D. The comment period for the CFTC’s proposed interpretation focusing on the actual delivery exception for retail virtual currency transactions came to an end on March 20, 2018. The CFTC received a total of 96 comments according … Continue reading

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State Comptroller concludes that "cyber security investments are cost effective" for governmental agencies

State Comptroller concludes that "cyber security investments are cost effective" for governmental agencies Source: Office of the State Comptroller State Comptroller Thomas P. DiNapoli Monday reminded local governments and school districts that they can save money and trouble by investing … Continue reading

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Commission concludes Israel did not violate international law in flotilla raid

[JURIST] A civilian committee assigned to investigate the May 31 Israeli raid [JURIST news archive] on several Turkish ships bound for the blockaded Gaza Strip on concluded that Israel did not violate international law [report, PDF]. The Turkel Commission [official … Continue reading

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