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Abrogation

Even Prior to Abrogation Form 18, Joint Infringement Pleadings Had to Meet Iqbal and Twombly

In Lyda v. CBS Corporation, [2015-1923] (September 30, 2016), the Federal Circuit affirmed the dismissal under FRCP 12(b)(6) of the Complaint for infringement of U.S. Patent Nos. 7,434,243 and 7,730,506, directed to methods...more

Appellate Court Notes

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AC36912 - Whitney v. J.M. Scott Associates, Inc. Plaintiff entered into an employment and stock purchase agreement with the owner of the company, that provided if he were terminated without cause before the end of five...more

News from Second and State

The laws of physics tell us that objects in motion tend to stay in motion, and that rule held true for the Pennsylvania General Assembly this week. Carrying over from the hustle and bustle of last week, we saw plenty of...more

Learned Intermediary: Arizona Supreme Court Restores Order in the Desert

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We recently brought you the breaking news that the Arizona Supreme Court has adopted the learned intermediary doctrine in prescription drug cases. The case is Watts v. Medicis Pharmaceutical Corp., No. cv-15-0065-PR, 2016 WL...more

Reconciliation Does Not Void Prior Marital Settlement Agreement

In an August 31, 2015, Non-precedential Opinion, Semulka v. Semulka, the Pennsylvania Superior Court ruled that the parties' reconciliation did not void a previously executed divorce settlement agreement. Since the agreement...more

So Much for A Contingency Plan: Can the Florida Legislature Abrogate an Attorney’s Contingency Fee in Tort Claims Against the...

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Like many states, Florida has only partially waived its sovereign immunity by statute. Thus, a plaintiff’s recovery against the state is generally limited to no more than $200,000 per incident. This statutory cap, however,...more

Appellate Court Notes

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- SC19245 - Nation-Bailey v. Bailey - SC19245 Concurrence - Nation-Bailey v. Bailey Holding that a separation agreement that requires the payment of unallocated alimony and child support ‘‘until the …. [w]ife’s...more

Application Of The Judicial Estoppel Doctrine In Florida, Georgia, And Federal Courts

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Florida’s Use of Judicial Estoppel - Under the “universal rule,” accepted in Florida and “in every other jurisdiction,” a party is “estopped” to assert inconsistent positions in litigation. Salcedo v. Asociacion...more

Compulsory Unitization Undermines Texas Values (Rhetorically Speaking)

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Texas’s proposed Oil and Gas Majority Rights Protection Act(House Bill 100) has many detractors whose reasons are intense and varied. Here are some of them...more

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