Fredrikson & Byron’s pro bono involvement with the Signal International Litigation was honored with eleven other law firms.
In 2014, the case resulted in a change in the legal standard that applies when a prevailing party seeks a finding that a patent case is “exceptional,” allowing the party to seek an award of attorney’s fees.
For the fifth year in a row, Fredrikson & Byron was named one of the “50 Best Law Firms for Women” by Working Mother & Flex-Time Lawyers LLC.
North Dakota Supreme Court Issues Decision Regarding Ownership of Minerals Beneath Railroad Rights of WayCategory: Legal Update, News
The North Dakota Supreme Court issued its decision on July 15, 2015.
The United States Department of Labor issued an Administrator’s Interpretation on July 15, 2015.
In 1964, the Supreme Court held that a patent owner cannot charge royalties for the use of a patented invention after the patent’s term has expired. Lower courts and academics alike have challenged the decision.
With nearly 20 years of experience, she represents utility, cooperative and transmission companies facing administrative, regulatory and litigation issues in multiple states.
We note that in June the U.S. Supreme Court decided two important immigration cases with potentially far-reaching implications.
USCIS seeks public comments on proposed changes to E-Verify.
On April 2, 2015, USCIS announced that it had accepted and approved a sufficient number of H-2B petitions to meet the congressionally mandated annual cap of 66,000 H-2B visas. From June 3, 2014, through March 26, 2015, USCIS accepted about 3,900 petitions (about 77,000 beneficiaries) toward the H-2B FY 2015 cap.