We use cookies to customise content for your subscription and for analytics.
If you continue to browse Lexology, we will assume that you are happy to receive all our cookies. For further information please read our Cookie Policy.


Refine your search

Content type


Firm name


733 results found


Jones Day | USA | 17 Jan 2019

Cert Petition Seeks Review of Time-Bar Trigger for Voluntarily Dismissed Complaints

On January 11, 2019, Dex Media filed a Petition for Writ of Certiorari seeking review of the Federal Circuit’s decision in Click-To-Call Tech. V


Mintz | USA | 2 Jan 2019

Double Check Your Filings, A Cautionary Tale at the PTAB

Recently in Nuna Baby Essentials, Inc. v. Britax Child Safety, Inc., IPR2018-01683, Paper No. 11 (PTAB Dec. 18, 2018), the Patent Trial


Steptoe & Johnson LLP | USA | 25 Sep 2018

Is the OCI Pendulum Swinging Back at GAO?

For several years it seemed that the Government Accountability Office (GAO) would deny any protest that challenged a contracting officer's


McDermott Will & Emery | USA | 12 Dec 2016

Graev v. Commissioner: Tax Court Divided on Penalty Procedural Rules

In tax litigation, there are often (at least) two important categories of issues to consider: (1) substantive; and (2) procedural. A great deal of


Shoosmiths LLP | United Kingdom | 9 Aug 2016

Agreeing to treat FOS decisions as binding

This article looks at the case of Templars Estates Ltd and others v National Westminster Bank Plc and Royal Bank of Scotland, 2016. The High Court was


Bryan Cave Leighton Paisner (BLP) | United Kingdom | 9 Aug 2016

Anti-oral variation not effective if parties override

The Court of Appeal has ruled that a clause requiring contract variations to be in writing and signed did not preclude a variation by oral agreement


Hogan Lovells | South Africa | 30 Jul 2016

You should have promoted me

"You should have promoted me." These words often echo the feelings of a frustrated employee, who feels that they deserved to be promoted or appointed


Clyde & Co LLP | United Kingdom | 28 Jul 2016

Admissions - Risky Business?

In the recent case of Wood v Days Health UK Ltd and others 2016 the High Court refused to allow the Defendant to withdraw its pre-action admission


Baker McKenzie | Hong Kong | 20 Jul 2016

Money Laundering Does Not Require Actual Knowledge

There are increasingly aggressive efforts by regulators and now by the judiciary in Hong Kong in combating money laundering. The recent judgment 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

Previous page 1 2 3 ...