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Volume XI, Number 301

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Oct
Court Finds Proposed Opt Out Provisions to Be Too Burdensome Mintz
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Oct
North Carolina Federal Court Finds No Duty to Defend Illinois BIPA Suit Wilson Elser Moskowitz Edelman & Dicker LLP
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Oct
Intellectual Property — Can Our Creations Also Create? The DABUS AI System as a Named Inventor [PODCAST] Mintz
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Oct
Proposed Colorado Rule Clarifies that Paid Time Off Is Included within State’s Existing Prohibition of Use-It-Or-Lose-It Vacation Policies Polsinelli PC
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Oct
Another Federal Court Allows BIPA Claims to Proceed, Finding State of Mind Allegations Not Necessary for Plaintiff’s Claim Squire Patton Boggs (US) LLP
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Oct
To North Carolina Governmental Employers: Heads-Up – "Unreasonable Employee Discipline" Can Now Get You Sued Ward and Smith, P.A.
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Oct
New York State Division of Human Rights Discontinues Private Settlements—Is This Another Hurdle to Settlement? Ogletree, Deakins, Nash, Smoak & Stewart, P.C.
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Oct
In An Unusual Move, The Southern District of Florida Stays All Discovery In An Ongoing MDL Pending A Potentially Game-Changing Motion To Dismiss Squire Patton Boggs (US) LLP
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Oct
Injunctive Relief to Prevent Monetary Damages in Estate Litigation Stark & Stark
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Oct
Plaintiff’s Employment Discrimination Civil Action Is Timely—Until It Is Not Ogletree, Deakins, Nash, Smoak & Stewart, P.C.
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Oct
Federal District Court Rejects Hospital Employees’ Attempt to Stop Vaccination Mandate During Legal Battle Polsinelli PC
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Oct
Another Type of COVID Long Haul—Future Discrimination Suits? Bradley Arant Boult Cummings LLP
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Oct
Motion for Class Certification Denied: Plaintiff Who Released ERISA Claims Deemed Unfit to Lead Class Jackson Lewis P.C.
12
Oct
Cloudflare’s Silver Lining: It Is Not Contributorily Liable for Copyright Infringement Finnegan
12
Oct
State Department Cannot Stop Visa Adjudication Due to COVID-19 Travel Bans, Federal Judge Rules Jackson Lewis P.C.
12
Oct
Multiple, Serial IPR Filings Doom Reexamination Request Finnegan
12
Oct
California Cannabis Shop Wins 15M at Industry's First Antitrust Trial MoginRubin
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Oct
The More Things Change . . . . The Most Recent Clean Water Act Confusion Mintz
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Oct
Ohio Court Reaffirms Employer’s Right to Raise Voluntary Abandonment Roetzel & Andress LPA
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Oct
Court Reversed Trial Court On Interpretation Of Trust Regarding Per Stirpes Versus Per Capita Distributions Winstead

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