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Litigation Alert: Hana Financial v. Hana Bank - The Supreme Court Reaffirms the Power of the Jury to Decide Issues of Commercial Impression in a Trademark Tacking Decision

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1/23/2015 - In the first substantial trademark case in over a decade, the Supreme Court unanimously decided that a jury can apply the tacking doctrine and decide whether two trademarks, used by a single party, convey the same commercial impression.

Litigation Alert: The Ninth Circuit Leaves Pirate Joe’s Saying “Shiver Me Timbers!”

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8/30/2016 - Late last week, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit determined a court had jurisdiction to decide a trademark lawsuit filed by a U.S. grocery store against a Canadian reseller where the products at issue were only sold in Canada.

Fenwick Employment Brief – Summer 2017 Update

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8/15/2017 - Fenwick's Summer 2017 Employment Law Update, including regional updates from California, Washington and New York as well as updates on national cases.

Ninth Circuit Opens New Questions in Copyright Law in Denying Fox's Request to Enjoin Dish Network's Ad-Skipping Service

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7/26/2013 - Fox Broadcasting Company v. Dish Network LLC marks the latest effort by content providers to seek redress for business harm arising from ad-skipping technologies.

Executive Compensation and Corporate and Securities Alert: UPDATED NYSE and Nasdaq Propose Rules Relating to Compensation

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12/20/2012 - The Nasdaq has just issued an amendment to the Nasdaq Proposed Rules, as filed with the SEC on December 12, 2012.

Just Moot It Supreme Court in Already v Nike Clarifies When a Covenant Not to Sue Can Kill a Declaratory Judgment

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1/14/2013 - Just Moot It: Supreme Court in Already v. Nike Clarifies when a Covenant Not to Sue Can Kill a Declaratory Judgment Case. In 2007, the Supreme Court in MedImmune v. Genentech broadened the scope of declaratory judgment jurisdiction.

Fenwick Employment Brief - November 6, 2006

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11/6/2006 - On October 10, 2006, the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals held that a disabled employee need not prove he was a 'qualified' individual to demonstrate disability discrimination.

Securities Litigation Alert: Insider Trading Is Back

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9/4/2007 - Most of the SEC enforcement actions brought this year against Wall Street professionals and corporate executives involve insider trading in advance of mergers and acquisitions.

Fenwick Employment Brief - October 8, 2007

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10/8/2007 - In a decision narrowing the scope of the administrative exemption, a California Court of Appeal held in Harris v. Superior Court that insurance claims adjusters were improperly classified under the administrative exemption.

Intellectual Property Bulletin Winter 2013

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4/5/2013 - Fenwick's Intellectual Property Updates for Winter 2013

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Making Sense of the Revived 'Machine-or-Transformation' Test in In re Bilski

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3/16/2009 - On October 30, 2008, in In re Bilski, No. 07-1130 (Fed. Cir. Oct. 30, 2008) the Federal Circuit handed down the latest judicial effort to provide guidance about the types of subject matter that are eligible for patent protection.

Mergers and Acquisitions Alert: New HSR Thresholds for 2009

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1/7/2009 - The dollar thresholds for pre-acquisition filings under the Hart-Scott-Rodino Act will increase mid-February (exact date still pending), due to an annual adjustment mechanism that was created in the last round of amendments to the HSR Act...

Intellectual Property Bulletin Winter 2008/2009

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12/23/2008 - Personalized medicine companies should implement new strategies to deal with the challenges associated with protecting their inventions...

Patent Alert: Federal Circuit en banc Clarifies the Test for Determining When Processes are Patentable

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10/31/2008 - In a long-awaited decision, on October 30, 2008, the Federal Circuit en banc decided In re Bilski, clarifying the test for determining whether a process patent claim qualifies as patentable subject matter under Section 101 of the U.S. Patent Act.

Corporate and Securities Alert: M&A Development—Additional Guidance from the Delaware Chancery Court on MAE Clauses

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10/22/2008 - Hexion v. Huntsman provides lessons on what constitutes a Material Adverse Effect and the meaning of 'reasonable best efforts' and 'knowing and intentional breach.'...

Intellectual Property Bulletin Fall 2008

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10/17/2008 - In Fisher Tool Co., v. Gillet Outillage, 530 F.3d 1063 (9th Cir. 2008), the Ninth Circuit adopted the Federal Circuit's standard requiring a showing of bad faith in order to maintain Lanham Act and state law claims.

Intellectual Property Bulletin Summer 2008

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7/15/2008 - Rejecting the authority of more recent Ninth Circuit cases on the ground that their holdings could not be reconciled with an earlier Ninth Circuit decision, a Washington District Court has held a transfer of computer software to represent a sale…

Intellectual Property Bulletin Spring 2008

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5/19/2008 - Just as a semiconductor clean room aims to exclude airborne particles that could contaminate wafer layers, so the legal software clean room has sought to protect computer software developers from contaminating 'access' to earlier works.

Fenwick Employment Brief - March 11, 2008

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3/11/2008 - Fenwick attorneys discuss recent rulings and news related to employment law as of March 11, 2008.

Fenwick Employment Brief - February 8, 2008

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2/8/2008 - In a significant ruling for employers, the California Supreme Court recently held that an employer is not required to accommodate an employee who uses medical marijuana.