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Defendant Who Defeated Preliminary Injunction And Obtained Dismissal For Failure To Prosecute Is Not A "Prevailing Party" In...

The "prevailing party" in a patent case is entitled to attorney fees from the losing side under 35 U.S.C. 285. However what constitutes a "prevailing party" sometimes can be difficult to determine. Judge Moon recently held...more

Rogers Towers: Dismissal for Failure to Prosecute: Debtor’s Bankruptcy Appeal Tossed for Delay by Eleventh Circuit

As creditors’ counsel, we have often faced debtors who file bankruptcy simply to delay and frustrate the collection process. A recent case out of the Eleventh Circuit typifies the no-nonsense attitude that bankruptcy and...more

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