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  2. USA

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  1. You wore that to work???new EEOC guidelines protect employee attire and grooming choices made on basis of religious beliefs

    USA - July 14 2014

    The EEOC recently published guidelines describing how federal antidiscrimination laws apply to religious garb and grooming in the workplace. While

  2. TTAB blitzes football powerhouses

    USA - July 15 2014

    First the Redskins, and now the Giants. The New York Football Giants, Inc. ("Giants") applied to register their nickname G-MEN for "Shirts; T-shirts

  3. 9 common pitfalls with post-grant proceedings

    USA - July 17 2014

    You are, or have been, sued in district court for patent infringement. It is highly likely that you, or your counsel, are considering filing a

  4. No disclosure of algorithm for performing claimed function renders MPF limitation indefinite

    USA - July 16 2014

    Fed. Cir. Affirms summary judgment of no infringement and invalidity for indefiniteness in favor of Yahoo! And affirms summary judgment of

  5. Anheuser-Busch makes another advance in 100-years trademark war

    Czech Republic, European Union, USA - July 11 2014

    Last week Reuters reported that Anheuser-Busch InBev SA (A-B) had acquired Samson, a small brewery based in the Czech city of Ceske Budejovice

  1. Look who’s striking it rich in the oil fields: energy company pay practices excite wage & hour lawyers and Department of Labor

    USA - July 24 2014

    For the past several years, the nation's oil and gas industry has boomed, creating multitudes of new millionaires. The growing wealth achieved by the

  2. Additional discovery ordered for application file history

    USA - July 21 2014

    Recently in Int'l Sec. Exch., LLC v. Chicago Bd. Options Exch., Inc., the Board ordered "additional discovery" sought under 37 CFR 42

  3. AIA revisions to false marking statute not unconstitutional

    USA - July 18 2014

    Fed. Cir. Affirms dismissal of qui tam false marking case, filed before AIA enactment, for lack of standing. Stauffer v. Brooks Brothers Grp., Inc

  4. Recent decision underscores claim construction uncertainty at Federal Circuit

    USA - July 18 2014

    The Federal Circuit's recent decision in Hill-Rom Services, Inc. v. Stryker Corp. shows the continued existence of diverging claim construction

  5. A new bonanza for trade secret plaintiffs in Texas: Eastern District of Texas grants future royalties in place of a permanent injunction

    USA - July 17 2014

    Permanent injunctions have long been difficult to obtain in patent infringement cases involving parties who are not competitors. In lieu of an