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Lexmark Could Profoundly Impact Patent ExhaustionLaw360 (subscription)The U.S. Supreme Court has just granted a writ of certiorari in the case of Impression Products Inc. v. Lexmark International Inc. The ultimate decision by the court could have a profound impact on the judicial doctrine of patent exhaustion …
Quotes of the Week: Hamilton, Brook and Big SamSport360°Quotes of the Week: Hamilton, Brook and Big Sam. Sport360 picks out the Quotes of the Week from around the sporting world - and there has been no shortage of soundbites to choose from. Sport360 staff. by Sport360 staff 9th September 2016. article:9th ...
Brooklyn Daily Eagle
Nets players surprise, pass out gifts to disadvantaged children at Atlantic TerminalBrooklyn Daily EagleBrooklyn Nets players (from left) Justin Hamilton, Brook Lopez, Luis Scola and Rondae Hollis-Jefferson pose with a little girl and Santa on Tuesday at Atlantic Terminal in Downtown Brooklyn. Photo courtesy of the Brooklyn Nets ...and more »
Dance Marches On For Biosimilars In Amgen V. SandozLaw360 (subscription)Law360, New York (January 13, 2017, 4:08 PM EST) -- Two sections of the Biologics Price Competition and Innovation Act of 2009 are the subject of writs of certiorari that have just been granted by the U.S. Supreme Court to the parties in Amgen Inc. v.and more »
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Ronald Demsher Joins Hamilton Brook Smith ReynoldsBusiness Wire (press release)CONCORD, Mass.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Leading intellectual property law firm Hamilton, Brook, Smith & Reynolds, P.C. is pleased to announce that Ronald Demsher has joined the firm as an associate. John DuPré, president and principal at Hamilton Brook ...and more »
White & Case Adds IP Partner From Ropes & GrayLaw360 (subscription)Prior to his 12 years working as counsel at Ropes & Gray, he was an associate at Hamilton Brook Smith & Reynolds PC in Boston for two years, according to his LinkedIn profile. He holds a bachelors degree in electrical engineering and a masters in …
Bill Cosby explains why he doesn't plan to testify in sex assault trialABA JournalBill Cosby says he doesn't plan to testify in his upcoming sexual assault trial because he doesn't want to open “a can of something that my lawyers are scrambling.” Cosby, 79, gave a sometimes rambling interview to SiriusXM radio host Michael …Bill Cosby says racism possibly partially responsible for allegations by Smerconish | Michael Smerconish | Free ...SoundCloudall 129 news articles »
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Sessions mulls bringing back harsher charges for low-level drug crimesABA JournalAttorney General Jeff Sessions has ordered a review of Obama administration policies that had instructed prosecutors to avoid charging low-level drug defendants with crimes carrying minimum penalties. The review could “mark the first significant move …Sessions issues sweeping new criminal charging policyWashington PostMemorandum on Department Charging and Sentencing Policy - Department of JusticeDepartment of Justiceall 588 news articles »
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Church police force would get law enforcement powers under bill approved by Alabama SenateABA JournalThe Alabama Senate on Tuesday approved a bill that would allow a church in Birmingham to establish its own police force. The bill would allow Briarwood Presbyterian Church to hire police with all the powers of state law enforcement officers, provided …and more »
Transgender teen called 'modern-day human rights leader' in 4th Circuit concurrenceABA JournalA transgender teen may once again be banned from the boys' restroom at his high school as a result of an appeals court order Friday. The Richmond, Virginia-based 4th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals lifted an injunction that had allowed Gavin Grimm to use …and more »
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