Six judges are set to steer a course on patent reform, topple precedent and just maybe fall in line with the Supreme Court
... The administration will use The Antonio G. Olivieri Controlled Substances Therapeutic Research Program (Public Health Law Art. 33-A), to launch a pilot program...
* Gibson Dunn advising Hong Kong teleco on proposed $2.4 billion acquisition of local rival* Allen & Gledhill, Simpson on GIC's $2.8 billion buyout of Blackstone's stake in a London development* King
...Defendant and further consideration and research based on these representations,"...at email@example.com...
...agreed to drop their challenge in exchange for $1.5 million to research electronics systems used in cars. Two objectors to the settlement...
...Drake's will to use the money to support insect-related research, pay for the collection's maintenance, and benefit the rest of...
Data shows that the tech sector was responsible for much of the global dealmaking activity last year and recently racked up nearly $3 billion in value and yielded assignments for Am Law 200 stalwarts
Originally Published: the_am_law_daily
A peek at the key players challenging big government, big business and Big Data
Originally Published: The Recorder
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