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13 Dec 2023, 4:54 am by Beatrice Yahia
” Biden said, “this government in Israel is making it very difficult,” adding that Israel “cannot say no” to a Palestinian state. [read post]
19 Sep 2023, 3:34 am by Kurt R. Karst
  Further, FDA has not opined on whether REMS patents can be listed in the Orange Book (though the FTC did not mince words in saying that such listings were anticompetitive in the Jazz v. [read post]
6 Mar 2023, 4:00 am by Howard Friedman
Kelley III, Truth or Consequences (the Deadly Kind): Oath Swearing in Nigerien Customary Law, 47 North Carolina Journal of International Law 331-370 (2022).Ethan Szumanski, The Future of the Freedom of Religion on State No-Aid Provisions: The Effect of Espinoza v. [read post]
1 Sep 2022, 1:41 pm by Dennis Crouch
Now on appeal, the patentee argues that infringement analysis prior art (“comparison prior art”) should be limited by the patent’s stated article of manufacture. [read post]
18 Jul 2022, 2:46 pm by Kevin LaCroix
In the following guest post, ISS Securities Class Action Services and the FOX Williams law jointly report on the current state of play in European Class Actions. [read post]
9 May 2022, 5:05 am by Public Employment Law Press
The Appellate Division, noting that a writ of mandamus "is available to compel a governmental entity or officer to perform a ministerial duty, explained that the writ "does not lie to compel an act which involves an exercise of judgment or discretion" and citing Matter of Brusco v Braun, 84 NY2d 674, explained that such a writ is "an extraordinary remedy that is available only in limited circumstances. [read post]
9 May 2022, 5:05 am by Public Employment Law Press
The Appellate Division, noting that a writ of mandamus "is available to compel a governmental entity or officer to perform a ministerial duty, explained that the writ "does not lie to compel an act which involves an exercise of judgment or discretion" and citing Matter of Brusco v Braun, 84 NY2d 674, explained that such a writ is "an extraordinary remedy that is available only in limited circumstances. [read post]
9 May 2022, 5:05 am by Public Employment Law Press
The Appellate Division, noting that a writ of mandamus "is available to compel a governmental entity or officer to perform a ministerial duty, explained that the writ "does not lie to compel an act which involves an exercise of judgment or discretion" and citing Matter of Brusco v Braun, 84 NY2d 674, explained that such a writ is "an extraordinary remedy that is available only in limited circumstances. [read post]
9 May 2022, 5:05 am by Public Employment Law Press
The Appellate Division, noting that a writ of mandamus "is available to compel a governmental entity or officer to perform a ministerial duty, explained that the writ "does not lie to compel an act which involves an exercise of judgment or discretion" and citing Matter of Brusco v Braun, 84 NY2d 674, explained that such a writ is "an extraordinary remedy that is available only in limited circumstances. [read post]