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Patents Post-Grant: Should a Protective Order Bar Participation in Patent Reexamination?

Courts Struggle with Realities of Post Grant Practice A standard component of any patent litigation is a protective order. Such orders will invariably include a "prosecution bar. " The prosecution bar operates to ensure that individuals accessing such confidential data are not permitted...

Business Court Rules On Multiple Discovery Issues, Including: Validity Of Subpoena, Deposing Opposing Counsel, And Need For A Motion For A Protective Order

There haven't been a lot of opinions from the Business Court on Motions to Compel, but yesterday there were two, both from Judge Murphy. In the first, Blue Ridge Pediatric & Adolescent Medicine, Inc. v. First Colony Healthcare, LLC, 2012 NCBC 45, the Judge found a general objection insufficient...

OHAHO on Discovery, Protective Orders: USA v. Durable, Inc.

"Prehearing procedures are ongoing. Shortly before the close of discovery, Durable filed a motion for a protective order addressed to certain of the interrogatories and requests for production that ICE had propounded to the company. The government filed a timely response, captioned as both a response...

Deposition Procedures Not Required for Vocational Expert Interviews: Cal. Comp. Cases September Advanced Postings (8/29/2014)

Here’s the first batch of advanced postings for September 2014 issue of Cal. Comp. Cases. Lexis.com and Lexis Advance subscribers can link to the case to read the complete headnotes and summaries. © Copyright 2014 LexisNexis. All rights reserved. James Fetner, Petitioner v. Workers'...

NY Restaurant Chain Denied Immigration Docs In FLSA Suit - Law360

Law360, July 8, 2015 - " Alice's Tea Cup LLC, a Manhattan cafe chain that has been sued by workers claiming they were stiffed on overtime pay, cannot obtain discovery of information related to the workers' immigration status or tax returns as part of its effort to defend against the wage...