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The U.S. Supreme Court recently changed the standard for awarding attorneys’ fees in infringement cases making it less likely that they will be overturned on appeal.
In a bold move, the Minnesota Legislature passed the Women’s Economic Security Act (WESA), a controversial, comprehensive bill designed to further promote opportunities for women in the workplace.
Federal Circuit Court of Appeals Denies Patent on Cloned Animals to the Inventors of Dolly the Sheep
Claims to cloned animals are not eligible for patent protection.
Minnesota’s new minimum wage already is causing employers to ask many questions before its first effective date of August 1, 2014.
College administrators, coaches and many of the rest of us were surprised to learn that scholarship football players at Northwestern University are “employees” for purposes of the National Labor Relations Act.
The USCIS announced on April 7, 2014, the H-1B cap for fiscal year 2015 has been reached.
On March 21, 2014, Governor Dayton signed into law an Omnibus Tax Bill that alters the gift and estate tax landscape in Minnesota.
The Supreme Court Decides that False Advertising Standing Requires Economic or Reputational Injury Proximately Caused by Defendant’s Advertising
Does a plaintiff have standing to sue for false advertising?
Although LBDS obtained a sizeable jury verdict, it couldn’t unring the bell – the competitor still received highly confidential information. The lesson is clear: be careful who you let in the door.