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Court Will Not Consider Merits Before Jurisdiction (access required)

In these suits alleging plaintiffs contracted meningitis from contaminated steroids manufactured by defendant New England Compounding Pharmacy Inc., the Roanoke U.S. District Court denies reconsideration of its decision to stay both cases pending rulings by the Judicial Panel on Multidistrict ...

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No Federal Claim for Disabled-Worker Contractor (access required)

A government contractor that competes for contracts that employ disabled workers may not sue in federal court for alleged violations of “Best Practices” to be used in distribution of orders among competing vendors by a non-profit, non-governmental agency; the Richmond ...

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‘Web Page Diary’ Patent Claim Advances (access required)

In plaintiff social media company’s suit against Facebook, an Alexandria U.S. District Court says the complaint adequately alleges facts concerning post-filing knowledge to state a claim for indirect infringement, as the service or filing of a law suit provides the ...

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