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Jones Day | USA | 19 Aug 2016

"Intellectual Property" Exclusion does not Bar Insurance Coverage for Claims under Patent Licensing Agreement

On June 21, 2016, the Northern District of California found that an exclusion for infringement of intellectual property rights in a commercial

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Jones Day | United Kingdom | 31 Mar 2011

Validity of final warnings where employee does not appeal

When deciding whether or not it is reasonable for an employer to dismiss an employee, the tribunal may look behind the employer's decision to issue a prior final warning even where the employee failed to appeal that prior final warning.

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Jones Day | USA | 21 Apr 2010

Reaffirming Gartenberg: the Supreme Court upholds the long-standing framework for evaluating mutual fund fees

On March 30, 2010, the Supreme Court unanimously reversed and remanded the Seventh Circuit's denial of an appeal of summary judgment by plaintiffs alleging that a mutual fund's investment adviser charged excessive advisory fees.

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Jones Day | USA | 29 Jan 2007

Another change in US patent law: US Supreme Court rules that patent licensees may seek declaratory judgments in patent-license cases without first breaching the license

Overturning Federal Circuit precedent to the contrary, the US Supreme Court on January 9, 2007, held by an 8-1 vote that a patent licensee may seek a declaratory judgment that it has no duty to pay royalties under its license agreement, and may do so without first terminating or breaching that agreement.

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