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Mintz | USA, European Union | 5 Feb 2019

Patent Term Adjustment: The Real Meaning of Applicant Delay

On January 23, 2019, the Federal Circuit decided Supernus Pharmaceuticals, Inc. vs. Iancu and shed light on Patent Term Adjustment (PTA). PTA was


Epstein Becker Green | USA | 4 Feb 2019

Seventh Circuit Holds External Job Applicants Cannot Pursue Disparate Impact Claims Under the Age Discrimination in Employment Act

In a major decision sure to provoke controversy and legislative attempts to overrule it, the en banc Seventh Circuit, by a vote of 8 to 4, has held


Fox Williams LLP | United Kingdom | 31 Jan 2019

Suppliers supply and distributors distribute - a regular blog

The recent announcement that British Ceramic Tile, a distributor, has entered into administration is, at one level, a sign of changing times, in this


RPC | United Kingdom | 17 Aug 2018

Letters of Credit under commodity contracts - keep the focus

This blog takes a look at the issues concerning the timing of the provision of letters of credit under commodity contracts and the importance, from


HFW | United Kingdom | 5 Jun 2018

Not by the letter...Can a seller terminate if a letter of credit is not opened on time?

In a recent arbitration decision a tribunal rejected the general principle that the obligation on a buyer under a sale contract to open a letter of


RPC | Asia-Pacific, Singapore, United Kingdom | 23 Apr 2018

Asia Insurance Bulletin 2018

The English Court of Appeal has clarified a number of key features of Letters of Credit, including the “autonomy principle” and the scope of the fraud


HFW | United Kingdom | 23 Apr 2018

Enforcement wins out again - Sinocore International Co. Ltd & RBRG Trading (UK) Limited

The English Court of Appeal has today handed down a unanimous judgment dismissing an appeal from the earlier Commercial Court decision of Phillips J


Horwood Marcus & Berk | United Kingdom | 29 Mar 2018

Creditor’s Ability to Recover in the UK From Debt Owed Under Letters of Credit

Your client has a judgment or arbitral award and becomes aware of an unrelated contract where the judgment debtor is to be paid through letters of


Addleshaw Goddard LLP | United Kingdom | 20 Mar 2018

The letter of credit and the third party debt order

Supreme Court overturns 35 year old decision to help party enforce arbitration award Taurus Petroleum Limited v State Oil Marketing Company of the


Squire Patton Boggs | USA | 26 Feb 2018

Account Overdue: What Now? (Part 2)

Where were we In our previous post, we discussed alternative account receivable collection mechanisms, export insurance, trade credit insurance, and

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