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Court Denies Reconsideration of MRI Patent Ruling (access required)

In the University of Virginia Patent Foundation’s suit against GE Healthcare alleging infringement of UVa’s patent on a technique for three-dimensional magnetic resonance imaging of the human body, a Charlottesville U.S. District Court declines to reconsider its earlier order explaining ...

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Law professor launches radio show to teach Constitution

Reaching far beyond his classroom walls at the Appalachian School of Law – and tapping some obvious broadcasting skills – law Prof. Stewart Harris hopes to bring the U.S. Constitution to life each week on his own radio show. “Your ...

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No ‘Twombly’ Standard for State Law Claim (access required)

A communications company’s contract action against Comcast and nine related corporate entities is remanded from federal to state court, as a Roanoke U.S. District Court says plaintiff’s Virginia state law claim against a Virginia resident defendant was properly pled under ...

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Law school applications hit 10-year low

A lot of college grads have decided it’s not the right time to go to law school. Law school applications are off 11.5-percent from last year, down to the lowest level since 2001, according to figures from the Law School ...

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