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Amgen:  One Step Closer to Re-Examining the Fraud-On-the-Market Presumption of Reliance (PDF)

Amgen: One Step Closer to Re-Examining the Fraud-On-the-Market Presumption of Reliance (PDF)

A discussion of the Supreme Court decision in Amgen Inc. v. Connecticut Retirement Plans.

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Biotechnology Industry Reaps a Harvest of Patent Protection from Supreme Court (PDF)

Biotechnology Industry Reaps a Harvest of Patent Protection from Supreme Court (PDF)

At the height of this spring season, the Supreme Court planted a seed of hope for the biotechnology and other industries that offer self-replicating technologies.

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Boilerplate Language in Patent Specifications (PDF)

Boilerplate Language in Patent Specifications (PDF)

The Supreme Court's recent findings regarding patentable subject matter may result in yet another set of guidelines for patent attorneys and examiners as to how best draft software and business method applications. Patent drafters often load up patents with seemingly extraneous language for a number of possible of reasons. Not least is the conventional wisdom that they have nothing to lose: it can't hurt and can only help. They may be mistaken.

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Castellano on Chaidez v. United States:  Supreme Court Limits Applicability of Criminal Defendants' Right to Immigration Advice (PDF)

Castellano on Chaidez v. United States: Supreme Court Limits Applicability of Criminal Defendants' Right to Immigration Advice (PDF)

Discusses the legal and practical significance of US v. Chaidez and offers suggestions on dealing with similar claims after Chaidez for the many non-citizens who face deportation on the basis of criminal convictions.

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Comcast:  Individual Damages Issues Prevent Class Certification (PDF)

Comcast: Individual Damages Issues Prevent Class Certification (PDF)

In Comcast Corp. v. Behrend, No. 11-864, 133 S. Ct. 1426 (2013), the U.S. Supreme Court reaffirmed and extended the rule that courts facing class certification requests must conduct a "rigorous analysis" to insure that the party seeking class certification has met its burden to "affirmatively demonstrate" compliance with Rule 23.

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