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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.
All maquiladoras must be in full compliance with the new requirements by July 1, 2014.
A three year old patent suit has been stayed pending review in the Patent Trial and Appeal Board. When granting the stay, the Court expressed “grave doubts” about the validity of the patents.
Read more about the new USPTO guidelines.
Is It Time to Reevaluate Your Patent Licenses? The Supreme Court Strengthens the Hand of Licensees in MedImmune and Medtronic
Does your patent actually cover your product? Read more and find out.
For the first time in nearly a decade, the National Labor Relations Board has its full complement: five members who have been confirmed by the Senate.
A recent Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) change to Rule 506 of Regulation D under the Securities Act of 1933 may provide an additional tool for bankers considering a capital raise.
Health Care Reform Update: Anticipated Final Regulations Issued on Employer Mandate, Including New Phase-In Rules
The Affordable Care Act final regulations were recently published.