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Pleading patent infringement got a little bit trickier on December 1, 2015.
Department of Justice Delays Regulations on Website Accessibility - Plaintiff Firms Send Demands Against Website Operators
On November 19, the Department of Justice announced it is further delaying issuing guidance on what is required of website operators to be compliant under the Americans with Disabilities Act.
An early motion for summary judgment can be a useful tool when a claim turns on a question of law and the facts are not in dispute.
ISS recently released for comment draft voting policies for the 2016 proxy season. Two key policy proposals for U.S. public companies aim to address director “over-boarding” and unilateral board actions.
Last month, Goldman Sachs released their quarterly earnings report exclusively through their Twitter account and company website, rather than by press release through an established newswire.
While some companies have recently used social media for the release of material news, caution may be warranted for a medium that is vulnerable to abuse.
The Center for Audit Quality recently reviewed public company proxy statements for the robustness of disclosure concerning the audit committee’s oversight activities.
On October 19, the Supreme Court granted certiorari in two cases in which patent owners are challenging the Federal Circuit’s rigid standard for proving willful infringement. In their petitions, both patent owners compared the current test for enhanced damages to the Federal Circuit’s old test for attorney’s fees, which the Supreme Court tossed out last year.
Last week the SEC staff published much-anticipated guidance on two rules that public companies may use to exclude a shareholder proposal from their proxy statements.