DHS Implements VWP Changes in Response to Terrorism Concerns, Announces Further VWP Travel RestrictionsCategory: Legal Update, News
In January, the United States began implementing changes to the Visa Waiver Program (VWP) under a new law.
Among other things, ABIL members urged USCIS to delay implementing the “smart I-9” until it is fully functional in both English and Spanish.
The Department of State’s Visa Bulletin for March 2016 includes estimates of visa number availability (potential monthly movement) in the coming months.
Recent Order from Magistrate Judge Franklin L. Noel Provides Important Lessons on Expert DisclosuresCategory: Legal Update, News
A recent order by Magistrate Judge Noel in Luminara Worldwide, LLC v. Liown Electronics Co. helps to clarify the Federal Rules on expert disclosures.
The F-1 Optional Practical Training (OPT) program provides foreign students one year of work authorization in their field of academic studies.
On February 26, 2016, a jury in West Texas acquitted Minnesota-based medical device company Vascular Solutions, Inc., and its CEO, Howard Root, in a federal criminal case involving alleged FDA crimes.
LifeLock will pay $100 million to the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) to settle the FTC’s contempt charges. This settlement is the largest award the FTC has obtained in an enforcement action.
Fredrikson & Byron attorneys won a hard-fought victory for Vascular Solutions’ CEO Howard Root in a federal criminal prosecution with far-reaching implications for medical device companies and FDA practitioners.
100 Bottles of Beer on the Wall (All with the Same Name) – What’s Wrong with Co-Existence Agreements?Category: Legal Update, News
Are co-existence agreements no longer a surefire strategy for getting a trademark registration in the face of a likelihood of confusion refusal?