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The spread of the coronavirus has massively disrupted the way lawyers fulfill their obligations to their clients. From work-from-home set-up to virtual proceedings, lawyers had to adjust to the new means of working.
Apportionment is an important consideration when quantifying damages in patent litigation, both in lost profits and reasonable royalty cases. In Exmark v. Briggs & Stratton Power Products Group, the Federal Circuit stated “apportionment can be addressed in a variety of ways, including ‘by careful selection of the royalty base to reflect the value added by the patented feature [or] . . . by adjustment of the royalty rate so as to discount the value of a product’s non-patented features; or by a combination thereof’” and “[t]he essential requirement is that the ultimate reasonable royalty award must be based on the incremental value that the patented invention adds to the end product.”
Over the past years, anti-money laundering due diligence and compliance has continuously intensified and remained to be among the ever-evolving challenges for businesses. Furthermore, the rapid developments brought by financial technologies have opened cyber and insider threat vulnerabilities, adding up to the risks that regulators and financial institutions need to address.
The protection of trade secrets and other confidential information is paramount to employers. However, with the increasing number of trade secret-related claims in employment litigation, companies are not only posed with threats of internal theft, but are also confronted with the challenge of safeguarding their assets.
The current COVID-19 pandemic has created unprecedented challenges for health care providers and their business associates. This public health emergency has changed the way health care providers operate and deliver health care, including the increasing reliance on telehealth. Privacy officers for covered entities and their business associates need to keep abreast of notices and guidances issued by Department of Health and Human Services regarding compliance with Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) during this public health emergency.
Join litigation experts, Jemi Lucey (Greenbaum) and Alex Harris (Gibson Dunn), as they bring the audience to a road beyond the basics of appellate litigation. The speakers will present an engaging discussion of the current litigation trends and recent appellate rulings. Speakers will also provide the audience with practical strategies in bringing out the best in these lawsuits in light of the most notable and up-to-date cases.
Fiscal year 2019 had been an eventful year for trade secrets and with the previous important developments, it is expected that 2020 will be another busy year for this area of law. Foremost, because the value of intangible assets such as trade secrets has significantly increased, the risk of trade secrets theft has also skyrocketed. This gave light to trade secret protection as a substantial legal tool for businesses to preserve confidential information to keep their competitivity.
Consumer financial services companies continue to face unprecedented regulatory and enforcement scrutiny and increasing litigation. Several types of consumer class actions cause disruption to many businesses. Consequently, the increasing number of this type of litigation as well as its size, complexity, and interplay with existing regulatory actions may damage businesses if not handled correctly.