A federal appeals court has dealt a blow to Novartis? attempt to apply the sharp limits on punitive damages claims of its home state New Jersey to litigation over its cancer drugs Aredia and Zometa
A federal appeals court threw out a 14-year prison sentence and ordered a new trial in a child pornography case because a judge didn't remove a juror who couldn't vow to give the defendant a fair tri
An "odd" federal law requires plaintiffs who bring lawsuits challenging the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office's trademark rulings to pay all of the agency's expenses including attorney fees, no matter
...administrative cultures of American universities," Judge Richard Posner wrote. — Sheri Qualters...
...none had commented by 4 p.m. on Monday. Sheri Qualters can be contacted at ...
The desire to prevent former bandmates from trading on past rock and roll glory is driving two similar federal trademark cases, with current members of the bands Boston, and, separately, the J. Geils
A federal appeals court has reinstated an antitrust complaint against a milk processor, ruling that the trial judge used the wrong standard for excluding an expert witness
...t comment on pending litigation, spokesman Ross Feinstein said. Sheri Qualters can be contacted at ...
A Boston federal judge has moved a borrower's negligent misrepresentation claim against PNC Mortgage Corp. for allegedly misleading her about mortgage terms one step closer to a jury trial
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