Tag Archives: Terms

Use Based Copyright Terms

I didn't blog last week because, well, I was at Disneyland. But I love IP, and when you're a hammer, everything is a nail. So, I couldn't help but think as I looked at the gigantic Mickey Mouse on the … Continue reading

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Lease Terms: How Long Should They Be?

A Boston landlord tenant lawyer can provide comprehensive advice to property owners and to renters in negotiating the terms of a lease agreement. There are many provisions that need to be included in a lease, including details about what a … Continue reading

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The New Standard Form of Lease and Condo-specific Additional Terms

New Standard Form of Lease Effective April 30, 2018, landlords of private residential rental units, including condominium units, are required to use a new mandatory form of residential tenancy agreement for all new tenancies (the “Form”). You can download a … Continue reading

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No hindsight for implied terms

In Robert Bou-Simon v. BGC Brokers LP [2018] EWCA Civ 1525, the Court of Appeal considered deleted provisions and implied terms. Although in the context of an employment contract, the decision obviously has wider application. The Court held that the … Continue reading

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Judge Andrews Issues Markman Ruling in Infringement Action Construing Three Terms in Dispute in Asserted Claims in Patents-in-Suit

By Memorandum Opinion entered by The Honorable Richard G. Andrews in Novartis Pharmaceuticals Corp. et al. v. Mylan Pharmaceuticals Inc., Civil Action No. 17-389-RGA (D.Del. June 29, 2018), the Court rendered its Markman ruling construing three (3) terms in dispute … Continue reading

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