We’ve collected all of our coverage, analysis and expert commentary related to COVID-19 business interruption cases nationwide (and, in a few instances, worldwide) and will continue to update this page with new developments. Click Here To Read The Full Article
“As predicted, this year is not as high as last year’s record-setting numbers,” Javier Maymi-Perez, LSAC director of communications, said in an email to Law.com, but added that it’s looking like this cycle will end up as strong as the 2018-19 cycle, which had 132,186 test takers, or stronger than the 2019-20 cycle, which had […]
Judge Dismisses Two Civil RICO Charges: Fraudulent PPE Allegations Don't Reflect Criminal Activity 'Above the Routine'
The plaintiffs claim the defendants made multiple false representations between March 2020 and June 2020 about the KN95 masks being “FDA and CE certified” and that they “had passed filtration tests required” to meet additional standards, the opinion said. Click Here To Read The Full Article
“Name-calling unfortunately abounds in our increasingly tribal culture,” said Utah Chief Justice Thomas Rex Lee. “But for any who may be wondering. it won’t help your cause in our justice system.” Click Here To Read The Full Article
Skilled in the Art With Scott Graham: In Defense of Patent Thickets + Gaming Out a Year of Section 101 Limbo + Bad Takes From a PTAB Reform Hearing
Hughes Hubbard life sciences chief Patrice Jean says that, given the complexity that goes into some pharmaceuticals, it’s “understandable that you would have dozens of patents that potentially cover what the outcome is.” Click Here To Read The Full Article