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- Blog: Biologics BlogOpposition to Rehearing Filed in Major Federal Circuit Case Narrowing Hatch-Waxman VenuePosted on January 10, 2021 by Last week, Mylan filed a brief in opposition to Valeant’s petition for rehearing en banc in Valeant Pharms. N. Am. LLC v. Mylan Pharms. Inc., No. 2019-2402. In November, a Federal Circuit panel held that venue in Hatch-Waxman cases brought under 35 U.S.C. § 271(e)(2)(A) is proper “only in districts where actions related to the submission of [...]
- Blog: Taking Care of HR BusinessFFCRA Leave Extended In New COVID-19 ReliefPosted on December 27, 2020 by Elizabeth T. Johnston, Tawny L. AlvarezCongress’s 5593-page Consolidated Appropriations Act, passed by the Senate on December 21, 2020, and signed by the President last night (December 27, 2020), includes an extension of employer tax credits for leave provided under the Families First Coronavirus Act (FFCRA), first instituted in March 2020. Specifically, employers should be aware of the following: The new [...]
- Blog: MMM Tech Law & Business ReportSE Tech Video Series Featuring Sid Mookerji, Managing Partner and Founder of Silicon RoadPosted on December 23, 2020 by MMMTechLawIn this episode, we speak with Sid Mookerji, Managing Partner and Founder at Silicon Road. Sid Mookerji is Managing Partner and Founder of Silicon Road Ventures an Atlanta based fund investing into early stage commerce tech ventures. Prior, Sid founded and ran a company that built technologies for retail, e-commerce and CPG companies which was […]
- Blog: Appellate InsightSanctions for Partially Frivolous Appeals in CaliforniaPosted on November 2, 2020 by Patrick BurnsSometimes in an appeal, the appellant takes a “kitchen sink” approach to briefing by advancing a number of baseless claims. Appellant has the burden of showing the lower court erred and may believe if it hurls enough contentions, maybe one will stick. Even though some of appellant’s arguments may have merit, that type of shotgun […] The post Sanctions for Partially Frivolous Appeals in California first appeared on Appellate Insight.