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By Elizabeth Marie Dulong Scott, Robert S. Salcido, Robert K. Huffman, A. Michael Warnecke, David M. Zensky, Stephen M. Baldini, Prakash H. Mehta, James A. Deeken, Ann E. Tadajweski, Steven D. Seybold
In December 2017, the United States intervened in a qui tam suit relators Marisela Carmen Medrano and Ada Lopez filed against defendants Diabetic Care RX, LLC d/b/a Patient Care America ("Patient Care")...
By Neal Marder, Hyongsoon Kim, Ashley Vinson Crawford, Michelle Reed, Robert Pees, Anthony Pierce, Jeffery A. Dailey, Garrett Llewellyn, Jenna Mersereau Nalchajian
The D.C. Circuit reviewed a 2015 FCC order that interpreted the TCPA's prohibition against using automated dialing devices to make unsolicited calls to cellular telephones.
By John J. Marciano III, Daniel Phillip Sinaiko, Scott Cockerham
The solar financing market is maturing.
By Rehan Safiullah
In a recent order, the Patent Trial and Appeal Board (PTAB) granted Patent Owner's request to seek a subpoena and cross-examine an office manager at the Internet Archives.
By Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld LLP
Indeed, the PTAB noted that it did not exercise its discretion due to the "unique facts" of the proceeding.
By Jennifer Richter, Mark A Aitken
Last week at the National Aeronautics and Space Administration's (NASA) Ames Research Center, unmanned aircraft system (UAS) stakeholders gathered to hear about the highly anticipated rollout...
By Julian Nichol
This Practice Note considers the meaning of the term "structure" in a project finance transaction and identifies the key issues that may inform the approach to structuring such a transaction.
By Bruce E. Simonetti, Michael Roebuck
On March 15, 2018, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit ruled, in a 2-to-1 decision,1 that the U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) abused its authority and acted unreasonably in promulgating...
By Jasper Helder, Chiara Klaui, Daniel Lund
The European Commission (the "Commission") has published draft guidance on the concept of "specially designed for military use," an expression widely used in the EU Common Military List...
By John M. White, J. Porter Wiseman, George (Chip) Cannon Jr.
Nearly a year after summoning stakeholders to discuss whether—and if so, how—the wholesale power markets should accommodate state policy goals, the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission ...
By Anya Landau French
Due to domestic, economic and geopolitical factors in the U.S. and abroad, 2018 is shaping up to be a critical year for U.S.-Cuba bilateral relations.
By James J. Benjamin Jr., Jan-Paul Bruynes, Peter I. Altman, Nicholas C. Adams, Kelly Handschumacher
A New York federal judge held that virtual currencies are commodities within the meaning of the Commodity Exchange Act.
By Kevin E. Cadwell, Natasha Kohne, Susan Lent, Dario Frommer, Greg Guice, Diana Schaffner
California's new regulations lay out the requirements for manufacturers to obtain permits to test and deploy autonomous-vehicles on public roads.
By Anya Landau French
Domestic, economic and geopolitical factors, both in the United States and abroad, are shaping 2018 to be a critical year for U.S.-Cuba bilateral relations.
By Jason Weil
The Federal Circuit affirmed the Patent Trial and Appeal Board's (PTAB) entry of adverse judgment against patent owner, Arthrex, Inc., which had disclaimed all challenged claims prior ...
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