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U.S. Supreme Court Raises Threshold for Suing Foreign Companies in the United States

Last year, in two decisions, the U.S. Supreme Court upheld the protection afforded to manufacturers in International Shoe Co. v. Washington, 326 U.S. 310 (1945)....more

With the State of the Union Likely To Highlight Gender Equality, It is Time to Ask Whether Your Organization is on Track for a...

It has been almost eight years since the United States Supreme Court decided the Lilly Ledbetter case under Title VII and six years since President Obama invited Ledbetter to attend his State of the Union address. You may or...more

Suntech Closing Goodyear Solar Plant; Blames U.S. Solar Tariff

Suntech announced last week that it will be closing its Goodyear, AZ panel manufacturing facility in April. The company blamed the closure on hefty tariffs imposed on Chinese solar cells by the U.S. International Trade...more

Engineers Convicted For Theft Of Trade Secrets

Two engineers were recently convicted under federal law for stealing trade secrets from Goodyear. (United States v. Howley and Roberts, 2013 WL 399345 (Feb. 4, 2013 6th Cir.).) Charles Roberts and Sean Howley worked as...more

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