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Copyright Plaintiff Allowed to Subpoena ISP to Discover Defendant’s Name

USA - April 4 2017 A recent decision from the District of Connecticut is part of a series of copyright cases where a plaintiff, unable to identify the accused infringer...

The Top Ten Regulatory and Litigation Risks for Private Funds in 2017

USA - February 10 2017 Private investment funds and advisers are likely to face new regulatory challenges and increased litigation risks in 2017, not only because of a...

Michael R Hackett, Joshua M Newville, Timothy W Mungovan, Anthony M Drenzek.

SEC Announces Record Number of Investment Adviser Cases for FY 2016

USA - October 11 2016 The Securities and Exchange Commission today announced its enforcement results for fiscal year 2016, reaching new highs in the number of actions...

Michael R Hackett, Joshua M Newville, Timothy W Mungovan, Anthony M Drenzek.

The Renewed Importance of Opinions of Counsel in Patent Infringement Actions

USA - August 11 2016 Several recent court decisions in patent infringement actions reflect the significant impact of the Supreme Court's ruling in Halo Electronics, Inc...

Patrick Niedermeier.

Hyper-Divergence: Halo and the Preliminary Injunction Requirement for Enhanced Damages

USA - July 27 2016 A recent report and recommendation issued in the District of Massachusetts is one of the first cases to interpret - and arguably, to extend - the...