A corporation can be liable for direct infringement if it makes, uses, sells, offers to sell or imports that which infringes a patent. But under what circumstances can a corporation (or its corporate
...1017; Herrera v. Felice Realty Corp., 22 AD3d 723, 724; Gloria v. MGM Emerald Enters., 298 AD2d 355). Accordingly, the Supreme Court properly granted the...
...t testify at the hearing. Representatives of Las Vegas Sands Corp. and MGM Resorts International, U.S. companies that also have casinos in Macau, didn...
AMC Networks has turned to Magic Circle firm Clifford Chance for counsel on its nearly $1.04 billion purchase of Chellomedia, media and telecommunications giant Liberty Global's international content
Lawyers tend to have an image of themselves as conservative. But Danbury personal injury lawyer Alan Barry, who moonlights as a photographer, knows there is a person inside every suit. "A person who
...1 Security, Inc., in an underlying personal injury action entitled Ward v. MGM Productions, Inc., pending in the Supreme Court, Nassau County, under Index No...
...book and screenplays, and that she is entitled to royalties based on MGM’s continuing commercial use of the film. Ms. Petrella threatened MGM with...
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The U.S Supreme Court added eight new cases to its argument docket for the new term starting next week, including a patent case that could discourage litigation by patent trolls
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