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A quiet year in the courts as the profession appears to accept that EDD is here to stay
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It's worth looking back at some of the decisions that got the IP bar buzzing in 2013. Although the list is far from definitive, here are a handful of cases that had winning lawyers popping champagne
Litigation hold letters sent to a defendant company's business associates are protected by judicial privilege from that company's claims of defamation and tortious interference, the Pennsylvania Supe
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In an apparent effort to discourage judge-shopping after New York city's stop-and-frisk racial profiling case landed before Judge Shira Scheindlin, the Southern District has adopted a new rule on the
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