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Reed Smith LLP | USA | 23 Nov 2018

Trying To Reheat A Turkey

As we roll out of bed on the day after Thanksgiving, we are often confronted with contradictory thoughts. For instance, “why did I have that third


Reed Smith LLP | USA | 9 Dec 2016

This Is How A False Claims Act Case WorksAnd Fails

It took us a long time to understand how off-label promotion of prescription drugs had anything to do with the False Claims Act, and we’re still not


Reed Smith LLP | USA | 22 Sep 2016

Federal Court Holds That Casino In Video Game App Is Not A Gambling Device

A Federal court in Illinois dismissed a class action lawsuit against Machine Zone, Inc. Machine Zone is the maker of the popular “Game of War” mobile


Reed Smith LLP | USA | 1 Aug 2016

Second Circuit Raises a Caution Flag for Sales Free-and-Clear of Claims

The power of a bankruptcy court to authorize the sale of assets “free-and-clear” of liens and any other interests is a powerful tool that is used to


Reed Smith LLP | USA | 22 Jul 2016

A One-Two Punch Case With An Off-Label Twist

When we were young(er), we had a pretty good memory. It is not bad now, as far as we recall, particularly when it comes to pulling up bits of


Reed Smith LLP | United Kingdom | 6 Jul 2016

Late Relief From Forfeiture

Commercial landlords know that if a tenant fails to pay rent and the lease contains a forfeiture clause, the landlord can forfeit the lease by


Reed Smith LLP | USA | 27 May 2016

New Duty To Supply Decision

Ever since we first waded into the issue of "duty to supply" back in 2007 in connection with the litigation that produced Abigail Alliance for Better


Reed Smith LLP | USA | 9 Dec 2015

Big Win for Automakers After Federal Judge Dismisses Car Hacking Lawsuit

On November 25, a California federal court dismissed without prejudice a proposed class action against Toyota Motor Corp., Ford Motor Co., and


Reed Smith LLP | USA | 13 Oct 2014

Court finds, again, that device ID is not personally identifiable information (PII) under the Video Privacy Protection Act (VPPA)

On October 8, 2014, a district court judge in Georgia dismissed with prejudice a Video Privacy Protection Act (VPPA) action against The Cartoon


Reed Smith LLP | United Kingdom | 30 Jan 2014

Settlement discussions - when can employers safely use the 'without prejudice' rule?

For employers wanting to bring an employment relationship to an end, whether for disciplinary or performance related reasons or simply because it is

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