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Volume XII, Number 229

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Date Title Organization
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Aug
Federal Circuit Rules Inventors Must Be Natural Human Beings Foley & Lardner LLP
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Aug
Instructional Technology & Expert Witness Success – Episode 43 IMS Consulting & Expert Services
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Aug
Federal Court Rules Tax-Exempt Independent Schools Must Comply with Title IX Robinson & Cole LLP
11
Aug
AI Can’t Hold Patents Because They Require an “Inventor” to Be a “Natural Person” Robinson & Cole LLP
11
Aug
Multi-Million Dollar Demand in New York TCPA Suit: Lumico Life Insurance Hit with A Big One Troutman Firm
11
Aug
Maine Court Approves Consent Decree on Long-Running RCRA Suit, Rejects Request to Bar Future Claims ArentFox Schiff LLP
11
Aug
Rage against the Machine: Inventors Must Be Human McDermott Will & Emery
11
Aug
Too Little Too Late: No Tenable Misappropriation Claim Based on 11-Year-Old Prototype McDermott Will & Emery
11
Aug
NLRB Signals New Push for Consequential Damages Is Intended to Make Employers Whole, Too Proskauer Rose LLP
11
Aug
No Incentive Awards for Class Representatives — Eleventh Circuit Rejects Reconsideration En Banc of Its One-of-a-Kind Bar Foley & Lardner LLP
11
Aug
The Acronyms of Divorce Part II – CMC (Case Management Conference) and CMO (Case Management Order) Stark & Stark
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Aug
Don’t Dew It: Second Circuit Cans Likelihood of Confusion Argument McDermott Will & Emery
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Aug
Coveralls Don’t Cover Up Govcon Fraud: Apparel Manufacturer Settles SDVOSB GovCon Fraud Allegations Tycko & Zavareei LLP
11
Aug
In the Weeds? Humira “Patent Thicket” Isn’t an Antitrust Violation McDermott Will & Emery
11
Aug
Additional-Insured Endorsements Might Not Protect You, Despite what Your Contract and Certificate of Insurance Both Say Strassburger McKenna Gutnick & Gefsky
11
Aug
California Voters Will Decide PAGA’s Fate at the Ballot Box in 2024 Mintz
10
Aug
D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals Decision Put's FERC's Revised Method for ROE Determinations in Question Van Ness Feldman LLP
10
Aug
The Seventh Circuit Asks, “What’s Wrong With Having Lots of Patents" Proskauer Rose LLP
10
Aug
Congress Aims to Expand Patent Eligible Subject Matter von Briesen & Roper, s.c.
10
Aug
Class Action Litigation Newsletter | Summer 2022 Greenberg Traurig, LLP

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