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Skilled in the Art with Scott Graham: Will Sen. Leahy Get to Reinvent the America Invents Act? + Big Firms Go to War Over Narcolepsy Treatment + Don't Tell Judge Donato About Those IPRs

Ropes & Gray partner Scott McKeown lays out the odds for provisions of Sen. Leahy’s forthcoming Reinventing the America Invents Act. Jazz Pharmaceuticals and Avadel Pharmaceuticals are on high alert over narcolepsy drug patents.         Click Here To Read The Full Article

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'How the Law Views Women': The Challenges Unfolding Against Texas' Abortion Law

In this week’s Legal Speak episode, Shannon Selden, a Debevoise & Plimpton partner and outside counsel for the Center for Reproductive Rights, presents the major legal questions she expects will be raised in upcoming arguments stemming from the U.S. Department of Justice’s action seeking to block Texas’ SB-8.         Click Here To Read The Full […]

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Jenner & Block Attorneys Beat $100M Federal Trademark Lawsuit Against ViacomCBS Over Its 'MTV Floribama Shore'

“This order grants summary judgment because the plaintiffs’ showing of likelihood of confusion—an element of the plaintiffs’ infringement claims—is not strong enough to meet the standard that applies to artistic works,” U.S. District Judge Robert Hinkle ruled in the summary judgment order.         Click Here To Read The Full Article

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