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Getting LLC Definitions Wrong: It's Not Always the Judge's Fault

As I have noted in the past, it is not just judges that make the mistake of calling limited liability companies (LLCs), "limited liability corporations." Today, I got a notice of a Texas case using the later definition. Here's the… … Continue reading

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It Ain't Over 'Til It's Over – The ANGIOMAX PTE Battle Takes Yet Another New Turn

By Kurt R. Karst – With each stroke of the pens President Obama used to sign into law the Leahy-Smith America Invents Act, it seemed as though another nail was hammered into the coffin of any attempts to deny The … Continue reading

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Advertising Offer to Beat "Anyone's Price by 15% or It's Free" Survives False Advertising Attack

A federal court in Massachusetts recently affirmed a jury verdict in favor of an advertiser who proclaimed it could beat the competition's price by 15% ("or it's free") because of inadequate proof at trial. The case involved competing carpet and … Continue reading

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It's ultra vires time again

The FDA Law Blog has a good review of a recent federal decision finding an agency was acting beyond its authority in "Federal District Court in Florida Delivers a Decisive Blow to FDA's Authority to Regulate Pharmaceutical Compounding from Bulk… … Continue reading

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Ethics in DC – It's Not an Oxymoron

Thanks to FDA guru, regular reader, and occasional correspondent, Arnie Friede, we're aware of an interesting ethical development in the District of Columbia. It has to do with one of our recurrent topics – the ability of defense counsel to … Continue reading

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