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12 Oct 2020, 2:09 pm by Shea Denning
See, e.g, Ex parte Jackson, 96 U.S. 727, 733 (1878) (noting that while a letter is in the mail, the police may not intercept it and examine its contents unless they first obtain a warrant based on probable cause); United States v. [read post]
20 Jun 2018, 2:34 pm
In 1980, Congress established “ex parte reexamination,” which still exists today. [read post]
26 Sep 2014, 1:27 pm by Stephen Bilkis
The Ex Post Facto Clause of the Constitution of the United States provides, in relevant part, that "no ex post facto law shall be passed. [read post]
4 May 2011, 8:00 am by Alex Gude
Smith did not inspect a defective part because he was not in the factory on the date that he claims he was). [read post]
9 Mar 2021, 7:51 am by Adam Faderewski
Ex officio members include Bill Kroger and Mindy Davidson. [read post]
22 Jan 2017, 2:21 am by INFORRM
Cross-border liability and jurisdiction Ilsjan (Case C-194/16) is another CJEU reference on the Article 7(2) (ex-Art 5(3)) tort jurisdiction provisions of the EU Jurisdiction Regulation. [read post]
21 Sep 2009, 2:57 pm
Wastell and Hamilton-Smith have, of course, indignantly disclaimed Mr. [read post]
31 May 2019, 2:37 pm by ccollins
As part of the plea deal, the other charges were dropped. [read post]
23 Sep 2009, 8:57 am
Did the Ninth Circuit err in holding that Smith v. [read post]
3 Jan 2012, 1:10 am by Scott A. McKeown
As to patent reissue, the CAFC has clarified the scope of error necessary for patent reissue (Ex Parte Tanaka) and has addressed the complexities of the recapture doctrine (Ex Parte Mostafazadeh). [read post]
1 Jan 2018, 4:05 pm by INFORRM
Cross-border liability and jurisdiction Ilsjan (Case C-194/16) is another CJEU reference on the Article 7(2) (ex-Art 5(3)) tort jurisdiction provisions of the EU Jurisdiction Regulation. [read post]
12 Oct 2021, 6:25 pm by Scott McKeown
., the Federal Circuit tackled the question of whether a post-issuance review proceeding (in this case, ex parte reexamination (“EPR”)) was available to a challenger that repeatedly filed another post-issuance review proceeding (in this case, inter partes review (“IPR”)) to forward the very same argument. [read post]