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SEC Enforcement Trends: Highlights from Securities Enforcement Forum West 2018

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5/17/2018 - The Securities Enforcement Forum West 2018 brought together current and former senior U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission and U.S. Department of Justice officials, securities enforcement and white-collar attorneys, in-house counsel and other

Takeaways From the 11th Circuit’s Reversal of the FTC’s Data Security Order Against LabMD

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7/3/2018 - The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit on June 6 issued its long-awaited decision in LabMD v. Federal Trade Commission, vacating a Federal Trade Commission cease and desist order directing LabMD to overhaul its data security program because

Intellectual Property Bulletin Spring 2013

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6/20/2013 - Intellectual Property news and updates

Equifax Breach: 3 Immediate Steps Leading Companies Are Taking To Respond

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9/22/2017 - Equifax, one of the three nationwide credit bureaus that track and rate the financial history of consumers, announced in September that it had suffered a data breach exposing personal information of up to 143 million Americans. The personal information of

Fenwick Employment Brief - October 27, 2005

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10/27/2005 - The decision by a 3-judge panel of the Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals that FMLA releases must be approved by a court or the federal Department of Labor

Litigation Alert: Sarver v. Chartier

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2/23/2016 - Litigation Alert: Sarver v. Chartier - 9th Circuit affirms filmmakers’ use of an individual’s story in the film The Hurt Locker is protected by the First Amendment and does not violate alleged subject’s right of publicity.

Fenwick Employment Brief - September 8, 2004

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9/8/2004 - California Supreme Court Lowers the Bar for Wage and Hour Class Actions/Interference With At-Will Employment Requires Independently Wrongful Actions

Fenwick Employment Brief - January 2015

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1/12/2015 - This Fenwick Employment Brief - January 2015 includes the topics of security checks not being compensable time, NLRB expanding employees’ use of email for protected activity and perceived whistleblower activity.

The SEC and Plaintiffs’ Class Action Attorneys Are Targeting Initial Coin Offerings

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1/3/2018 - Issuers and other professionals participating in Initial Coin Offerings — widely known as ICOs — are facing the increasing threat of both U.S. Securities Exchange Commission enforcement actions and private class action suits from aggrieved investors, at l

What Canadian Supreme Court's Landmark Decision Means for Tech Companies Big and Small

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7/6/2017 - What should courts do when one country’s laws collide with a borderless Internet? Last week, the Supreme Court of Canada became the latest court to tackle the issue, upholding an order for Google to de-index globally

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Corporate and Securities Alert: New Law Facilitates Corporate Capital Raising

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4/5/2012 - On March 8, 2012, the U.S. House of Representatives passed H.R. 3606 with overwhelming bipartisan support.

Life Sciences Alert: Supreme Court Issues Groundbreaking Decision Limiting the Types of Methods that are Eligible for Patenting

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3/20/2012 - Today, the U.S. Supreme Court handed down a unanimous decision holding that method claims for applying a law of nature using merely conventional steps are not eligible for patent protection

Federal Circuit Issues En Banc Decision in Marine Polymer

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3/19/2012 - Patent Litigation Alert: Federal Circuit Issues En Banc Decision in Marine Polymer: No Reexamination Intervening Rights Absent Textual Amendment to Claim Language

Prevailing Party: Defendant Awarded Attorney Fees Despite Plaintiff’s Voluntary Dismissal of California Trade Secrets Action

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3/9/2012 - Sixth Appellate District found that a defendant in a trade secrets suit can be deemed a “prevailing party” entitled to attorney fees under California Civil Code § 3426.4 when a plaintiff voluntarily dismisses its lawsuit to avoid an adverse determination

Intellectual Property Bulletin Winter 2012

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3/1/2012 - Fenwick's Intellectual Property Updates for Winter 2012

Antitrust Alert New HSR Thresholds for 2012

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1/26/2012 - The annual adjustment of the dollar thresholds for pre-acquisition filings under the Hart-Scott-Rodino Act will take effect near the end of February

Doctors Fear Copyright Crackdown on Medical Procedures

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1/4/2012 - Mitchell Zimmerman, Chair of the Copyright Group at Fenwick & West, was recently quoted in the San Francisco Examiner article

Litigation Alert: Federal Circuit Holds Reasonable Royalty Damages May Exceed Lost Profits, Incorrect Petitions to Make Special Do Not Meet the Therasense 'Affirmative Egregious Misconduct

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11/16/2011 - On Monday, November 14, 2011, the Federal Circuit in Powell v. The Home Depot U.S.A., Inc. made two significant rulings regarding patent damages and inequitable conduct.

Prometheus – Unbound or Not

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11/3/2011 - Michael Shuster, co-chair of the Life Sciences Group with Fenwick & West, was recently quoted in the Drug Discovery News article

Intellectual Property Bulletin Fall 2011

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10/15/2011 - Fenwick's Intellectual Property Updates for Fall 2011