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Supreme Court rejects class-action counterclaim removal

USA - May 29 2019 The Supreme Court yesterday rejected a counterclaim Defendant’s attempt to remove a would-be class action to federal court, holding that even where...

Francis X. Nolan, IV, Lewis S. Wiener, Margaret L. Flatt, Valerie S. Sanders, Emily A. Bork, Amelia Toy Rudolph, Stacey McGavin Mohr, Patricia A. Gorham, Thomas M. Byrne.

The evolving landscape of non-compete agreementschange is underway in New York Statecould non-compete clauses become unenforceable?

USA - April 30 2019 Employers commonly use non-compete agreements to protect the use of their trade secrets and other confidential business information from employers...

Ronald W. Zdrojeski, Sarah Q. Chaudhry, Pooja Kohli.

The Supreme Court weighs in on copyright matters - a costly decision and a registration requirement

USA - March 6 2019 It has been a big week for copyright cases, and it’s only Wednesday. This Monday, the Supreme Court issued opinions on two copyright cases pending...

Anna C. Halsey, Ann G. Fort.

January’s Privacy Blizzard

USA - February 4 2019 As predicted, the start of 2019 provided scant respite from the frenetic pace of privacy and cybersecurity developments during 2018. This past month...

Michael Bahar, Paula Barrett, Ali A. Jessani, Matt Gatewood, Mary Jane Wilson-Bilik.

2018 amendments to the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure - embracing technology and promoting judicial efficiency

USA - December 4 2018 On December 1, 2018, four amendments to the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure became effective. The amendments to Rules 23, 5, 62, and 65.1 by no means...

Kara D. Ford, Samir A. Aguirre.