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Exec Sues for Retaliation for Wife’s Lawsuit (access required)

The former CEO of a waste-container manufacturer has a claim for tortious interference with a contract expectancy against defendant waste collection company and its senior vice president, based on allegations that defendants forced plaintiff to resign as CEO by withholding ...

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Employee’s Suit Stayed During Arbitration (access required)

A former network engineer alleging harassment, retaliation, wrongful termination and other claims under California labor laws is required to undergo arbitration under her employment agreement with defendant Northrup Grumman, but the Alexandria U.S. District Court will stay plaintiff’s suit, not ...

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No Jurisdiction for Patent ‘Partial’ IPR (access required)

An Alexandria U.S. District Court does not have jurisdiction to review a decision by the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office to institute “partial” inter partes review proceedings of patentability of the subject claims; the language and legislative history of the ...

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Plaintiff’s Expert Struck for Deficient Report (access required)

Plaintiff translators who are suing a government contractor for false imprisonment of the translators in Kuwait cannot use expert testimony from a licensed psychologist on the general human response to false imprisonment; the Alexandria U.S. District Court says the psychologist’s ...

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