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Last Minute Dissolution Testing Requirement Avoids Forfeiture of 180-Day Exclusivity for Generic COREG CR Staggered Strengths

By Kurt R. Karst — As folks know by now, each month we pore over the latest Orange Book Cumulative Supplement in an effort to keep our popular 180-Day Exclusivity Tracker as current as possible, and to look for interesting … Continue reading

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Missouri Supreme Court Case: Dissolution of marriage involving non-biological child should be adjudicated with a separate paternity action; Third party custody appropriate when biological parents are unfit.

Recent Decision from the Missouri Supreme Court: Overview: A mother appeals a circuit court’s judgment awarding third-party custody of a child to her stepfather in the mother and stepfather’s proceeding to dissolve their marriage. In a decision written by Judge … Continue reading

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In an annulment, the facts that justify the court declaring a nullity precede the marriage itself; in the alternative, the facts which give rise to a dissolution of the marriage arise during the marriage itself

Law Lessons from an unpublished “Annulment vs. Divorce” case — SUPERIOR COURT OF NEW JERSEY; Essex Vicinage; Hon. Marcella Matos Wilson, J.S.C., March 28, 2018: The grounds for both annulment and divorce are controlled by statutes N.J.S.A. 2A:34-1 and N.J.S.A. … Continue reading

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Chancery Grants Dissolution of 50/50 Joint Venture

Delaware law allows for a summary proceeding to seek a quick business divorce in certain circumstances. Section 273 of the Delaware General Corporation Law (DGCL) allows for, in essence, a no-fault business divorce if the criteria of the statute are … Continue reading

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Sympathetic Judge Strikes Down Challenge to Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals Program Dissolution

A federal judge in Maryland reluctantly ruled against a challenge to President Donald Trump’s dissolution of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program. Judge Roger Titus said he’d prefer a different outcome but felt his job doesn’t allow him to … Continue reading

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