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By Virginia Pavlick, Jason Gordon
Epic Games, Inc. ("Epic"), the company behind popular video game "Fortnite," has refused to stand down in its copyright infringement and breach of contract suit against a 14-year-old gamer.
By Stephen J. McConnell
On this date 46 years ago, President Nixon and his aides had a conversation about the Watergate break-in and cover-up.
By David Gutowski, Kyle Sollie, Matthew Setzer
The taxpayer at issue ("Taxpayer") was a corporate subsidiary of MCI, Inc. ("MCI"). For federal income tax purposes, Taxpayer filed as part of the MCI consolidated group.
By David Gutowski, Matthew Setzer
Executive Summary: In a decision released today, the Tax Court of New Jersey once again ruled in National Auto Dealers Exchange, L.P. v. Director, Division of Taxation,1 that partnerships are not taxable entities for purposes of New Jersey's corporate income tax (known as the corporation business tax or "CBT").
By David Smith, Jason Gordon
The Federal Trade Commission ("FTC") recently charged two Utah individuals and their telemarketing operation with violating the FTC Act and the FTC's Telemarketing Sales Rule ...
By Michelle Yeary
You're likely all familiar with the phrase, "don't look a gift horse in the mouth."
By James Beck
You'll have to excuse us a bit today.
By John Sullivan
The MDL court in the Testosterone Replacement Therapy litigation recently entered summary judgment in favor of a non-US manufacturer that did not distribute in the US, along with its US subsidiary.
By Divonne Smoyer, Kimberly Chow
On June 11, 2018, arguments were held in Maryland District Court in the challenge brought by the D.C. and Maryland attorneys general over the president's alleged violation of the Emoluments Clause of the Constitution.
By James Beck
Nothing else works very well at treating Alzheimer's disease.
By Stephen J. McConnell
Not so long ago the Philadelphia Court of Common Pleas emitted a malodorous opinion exercising personal jurisdiction over a foreign corporation because one of its materials suppliers...
By Brian Sutherland
You might be aware that the President of the United States has a Twitter account.
By Kyle Sollie, Sebastian C. Watt
In this four-part video series, Kyle Sollie and Sebastian Watt discuss handling the state impact of federal tax reform
By Michelle Yeary
What happens when a case involving a medical device that received Pre-Market Approval from the FDA survives, or at least some part of it survives, a motion to dismiss based on preemption?
By James Beck
The federal right-to-try ("RTT") adventure, which we chronicled here, and here, concluded not long ago with the final passage of S. 204, signed into law on May 30.
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