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Antitrust Implications of the U.S. Supreme Court’s Decision in RJR Nabisco v. European Community

USA - June 23 2016 For the past several years, plaintiffs and defendants in international price-fixing cases have battled over the extraterritorial application of the…

David M. Goldstein

Supreme Court’s Request for Views of the United States on Cert. Petition in Lamictal “Reverse-Payment” Case Flags Potential Issues for Practitioners

USA - June 9 2016 On Monday, June 7, the Supreme Court requested the views of the Solicitor General in connection with a petition for certiorari filed by the U.S…

Quo Vadis FTC: What Does the Commission’s Complaint Against Endo Pharmaceuticals and Others Say About the Future of Post-Actavis Hatch-Waxman Litigation and Reverse Payment Settlements?

USA - April 11 2016 This alert, the title of which is adapted from a March 30, 2016 FTC Staff Attorney blog post, considers the FTC’s first lawsuit challenging a…

David M. Goldstein

US acts of copyright infringement can serve as predicate basis for jurisdiction over third party contributory infringement outside the US

USA - June 28 2013 The “predicate act doctrine” allows recovery of damages stemming from copyright violations outside the US that are linked to domestic infringement. A…

Nicholas F. Lenning, Haven G. Ward

No jurisdiction for trademark infringement where defendant did no business in US

USA - June 28 2013 Under the Lanham Act, US Congress has the power to regulate foreign trade practices of US citizens, even when some of the acts occur outside the…

Nicholas F. Lenning, Haven G. Ward