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DeWitt LLP | USA | 24 May 2017

Proposed legislation may prove useful for employers before Department Of Workforce Development

Pending legislation in Wisconsin could significantly alter the calculus for employers facing discrimination charges at the administrative level. Republican Governor Scott Walker's budget bill contains a new mechanism that parties can use to leverage settlements at the administrative level. Since taking office in 2011, Walker has worked to enact legislation that is notably more pro-business......
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DeWitt LLP | USA | 1 Feb 2017

Time to reconsider your non-solicitation agreement?

The Wisconsin Court of Appeals recently held that non-solicitation of employees clauses are subject to the same strict enforceability requirements that already exist in Wisconsin for non-compete agreements. As such, non-solicitation of employees clauses are more likely to be enforceable if they are written in a significantly limited manner. However, the Wisconsin Supreme Court may review the......
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Venable LLP | USA | 9 Jan 2017

Supreme Court hears oral argument on infringement liability for US exporters

The Supreme Court recently heard oral argument on the interpretation and application of a statutory provision which imposes infringement liability on US manufacturers that supply components of patented inventions for use abroad. At issue is whether the export from the United States of a single component of a patented multi-component invention, which is later assembled outside the United......
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