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13 Jan 2015, 2:54 am by Amy Howe
Yesterday morning the Court heard oral arguments in Reed v. [read post]
21 Nov 2011, 1:45 am by Matthew Ryder QC, Matrix
Lord Phillips gave the lead judgment, with which Lord Mance, Lord Reed, Lord Clarke, Lord Brown and the Lord Chief Justice (Lord Judge), agreed. [read post]
24 Jul 2017, 1:35 am by Liz Williams
A minimum price is targeted at products priced cheaply compared to their strength. [read post]
4 Nov 2014, 8:52 am by Lauren Wood, Olswang LLP
    [1] Tael One Partners Ltd v Morgan Stanley & Co International plc [2013] EWCA Civ 473,  para 29 [2] Ibid.,  para 37 [read post]
20 Oct 2010, 3:26 pm
If discovery indicates that some of Carter's Reed's claims for Relacore were scientifically sound, then the trial court would have options including subdividing, or in a worst-case scenario, decertifying the class.The burden would be on the plaintiff to provide the necessary evidence to support the allegations that justified the grant of class certification, the court observed.The September 29 opinion in Lee v. [read post]
15 Apr 2007, 8:54 am
District Court for the Western District of Michigan in Grand Rapids for patent infringement based on the sale of the Smart BBQ Silicone Basting Brush Set (initially sold at Kohl's stores at a price of $29.99 but dropped to $5.99 after a warning letter was received).Separately, of recent CAFC cases:In re Reed Elsevier Properties, Elsevier lost an appeal from 77 USPQ2d 1649 on registration of the mark lawyers.com. [read post]
24 Oct 2019, 2:40 pm by Kevin LaCroix
In the following guest post, John Reed Stark, President of John Reed Stark Consulting and former Chief of the SEC’s Office of Internet Enforcement, takes a detailed look at the SEC’s recent actions and considers the actions’ implications. [read post]
7 Aug 2013, 4:10 am by Raj Desai, Matrix
In a judgment handed down on 17 July 2013, the Supreme Court (leading opinion of Lord Sumption, with which Lords Hope, Clarke, and Reed agreed, and a separate opinion of Lord Carnwath concurring in the result but not some of the reasoning) rejected a challenge to the Secretary of State’s power to operate the scheme of licensing educational institutions to sponsor non-European Economic Area (EEA) migrants to come to the UK to study under Tier-4 of the points-based visa system. [read post]