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Volume XII, Number 177

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Date Title Organization
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Sep
A Red-Leather Day: Giving Single Color Trademarks in the Fashion Industry a Little Sole Bracewell LLP
16
Sep
Second Circuit Confirms That Title VII Discrimination Awards are Taxable Mintz
16
Sep
Commercial LItigation Alert - Indiana Court of Appeals: Jury to Decide Whether Generic Advertising Language Creates Liability for Fraud Barnes & Thornburg LLP
16
Sep
Environmental Law Alert - Ohio Supreme Court Decision Finds Local Zoning Law is Applicable to Private Landfill Barnes & Thornburg LLP
15
Sep
Ninth Circuit Reverses Securities Fraud Conviction Based on Admission of Prior Complaint Greenberg Traurig, LLP
15
Sep
Can a Hospital Alliance Constitute a Single Entity for Antitrust Purposes? It Depends, Says One District Court Mintz
15
Sep
District Court Power to Enjoin Improper Use Code Is Limited McDermott Will & Emery
15
Sep
The Antitrust Agencies’ Latest Favorite Target: MFN Clauses Mintz
14
Sep
EEOC Sues Trinity Medical Center for Sexual Harassment, Retaliation U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission
14
Sep
Let the Jury Decide Trade Secret Misappropriation Claim McDermott Will & Emery
14
Sep
Preparing for Competent Authority Cases—Strategy McDermott Will & Emery
14
Sep
Privilege, With Some Texas Hot Sauce Bracewell LLP
14
Sep
Louboutin Wins Round Two Against Yves Saint Laurent in Fight Over Red Soles Mintz
14
Sep
Federal Court Holds that FLSA’s “Fluctuating Workweek” Method Violates Pennsylvania Law Faegre Drinker
14
Sep
“Slam Dunk” Liability Defense Does Not Abrogate Duty to Defend Neal, Gerber & Eisenberg LLP
13
Sep
ICE Issues $625,000 Fine to New Jersey Company for Form I-9 Violations Greenberg Traurig, LLP
13
Sep
Unverified EEOC Filing Not Good Enough, Says Northern District of Indiana Barnes & Thornburg LLP
13
Sep
Insurer Bound by Policyholder’s Settlement of Questionable Liability Case Neal, Gerber & Eisenberg LLP
13
Sep
Who owns your Twitter account? McBrayer, McGinnis, Leslie and Kirkland, PLLC
13
Sep
Articles in Legal Industry Publications Continue to Qualify as Public Disclosure Under the False Claims Act Mintz

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