The Federal Trade Commission will launch an extensive inquiry into so-called patent assertion entities, taking a close look at firms that base their business on accumulating and asserting patents, Ch
When the Federal Trade Commission launched its investigation of Google Inc. 19 months ago, antitrust lawyers predicted it would be the next Microsoft — a landmark competition case pitting the f
Originally Published: National Law Journal
At least three firms are working on a proposed $80 million deal under which troubled online gambling operator Full Tilt Poker — whose assets were seized by the U.S. Department of Justice earlie
Compared with major metropolitan areas, Connecticut is typically slow to embrace trends, whether they involve fashion or law firm management
...said James Veltrop, a partner in the Hartford, Conn., office of Axinn Veltrop & Harkrider, whose clients include generic drug makers Purepac Pharmaceutical Co. and Ranbaxy...
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