Reversing decades of federal patent awards, the U.S. Supreme Court on Thursday unanimously ruled that human genes and the information they encode are not patent-eligible
Am Law lawyers and advisors running for office had a mixed night at the polls
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In a closely watched case with huge repercussions for the biotechnology industry, a federal appeals court has held for the second time that isolated human genes are patent-eligible
...Pennsylvania offices, are Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld, Arent Fox, Dorsey & Whitney, Jones Day, Morrison & Foerster, Sheppard Mullin Richter & Hampton and...
...clear and reasonable arguments, but that they did so unanimously." Dorsey & Whitney partner Steven Wells argued for the association. California passed...
...M. Sullivan, Latham & Watkins, Washington, D.C.; Neil E. McDonell, Dorsey & Whitney, New York; Joseph A. Tate, Dechert, Philadelphia; Alan M. Pollack, Robinson...
A federal judge has approved a $35 million settlement in a class action in which plaintiffs claimed Babies "R" Us Inc. and baby product manufacturers engaged in violations of antitrust law
A federal judge has approved a $35.5 million settlement in a class action in which plaintiffs alleged that Babies "R" Us and a group of baby product manufacturers violated antitrust law
Two law firm employees whose financial data was hacked don't have standing to sue the payroll-processing company that allowed the breach, a federal appeals court has held in a precedential opinion
...who participate. Three law firms — Arnold & Porter, Dorsey & Whitney, and Fredrikson & Byron — received awards at the event for...
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