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Explainer: Trump risks legal fight with emergency threat on wall

15 Feb 2019

WASHINGTON President Donald Trump will almost certainly face legal challenges over his decision to declare a national emergency to get additional funding for a U.S.-Mexico border wall, circumventing the power of Congress to set spending policy.

Explainer - Trump risks legal fight with emergency threat on wall

15 Feb 2019

WASHINGTON President Donald Trump will almost certainly face legal challenges over his decision to declare a national emergency to get additional funding for a U.S.-Mexico border wall, circumventing the power of Congress to set spending policy.

Explainer: Trump risks legal fight with emergency threat on wall

15 Feb 2019

WASHINGTON President Donald Trump will almost certainly face legal challenges over his decision to declare a national emergency to get additional funding for a U.S.-Mexico border wall, circumventing the power of Congress to set spending policy.

UPDATE 1-EXPLAINER-Trump risks legal fight with emergency threat on wall

15 Feb 2019

WASHINGTON, Feb 14 President Donald Trump will almost certainly face legal challenges over his decision to declare a national emergency to get additional funding for a U.S.-Mexico border wall, circumventing the power of Congress to set spending policy.

Case to Watch: Fed Circuit weighs novel copyright theory in Syngenta case

07 Feb 2019

A federal appeals court on Friday will consider a novel theory of copyright liability made by agrochemical company Syngenta AG in a dispute with a smaller rival.

Mylan loses challenge to UCB epilepsy drug at Fed Circuit

02 Feb 2019

A federal appeals court on Friday upheld a U.S. patent on Belgian pharmaceutical company UCB Inc's epilepsy drug Vimpat, dealing a blow to plans by Mylan NV and other generic drug companies to introduce lower-cost versions.

Groups voice "deep concern" to U.S. patent office over DOJ policy

01 Feb 2019

Trade associations representing technology companies, retailers, and automakers on Thursday urged the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office to reaffirm its commitment to a 2013 policy statement that raised antitrust concerns about abuse of standards-essential patents (SEPs).

U.S. judge tosses constitutional challenge to PTAB

31 Jan 2019

A federal judge in Washington D.C. on Tuesday dismissed a lawsuit alleging the Patent Trial and Appeal Board is unconstitutional because it takes private property for public use without paying just compensation.

Paul Weiss hires lawyer to launch SCOTUS practice

29 Jan 2019

New York law firm Paul Weiss Wharton Rifkind & Garrison on Sunday announced it had hired appellate advocate Kannon Shanmugam to lead its Washington, D.C. office and launch a U.S. Supreme Court practice at the firm.

Fed Circuit says PTAB too quick to nix United Technologies patent

26 Jan 2019

A federal appeals court on Friday revived a United Technologies Corp patent relating to aircraft turbine technology that had been challenged by rival General Electric Co.

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