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Arbitration Panel Rejected ‘Double Patenting’ Claim (access required)

In Bayer Cropscience AG’s suit alleging defendant Dow Agrosciences LLC violated a 1992 patent license agreement for certain plant technology, a Norfolk U.S. District Court grants plaintiffs’ motion to affirm an arbitration award; the court finds the issue of “double ...

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Former Employees Sued Over Client Lists (access required)

Plaintiff tax preparation company may sue two former employees who signed confidentiality and nondisclosure/noncompete agreements for allegedly using plaintiff’s confidential customer lists and copyrighted materials to operate their own competing tax consultant and preparation business; the Newport News U.S. District ...

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Affirmative Defenses Struck From Answer (access required)

In plaintiff information management company’s suit alleging defendant Dollar General committed patent infringement and tortious interference with a contract by misrepresenting to a third-party printing company that Dollar General had a license to the patent in question, the Norfolk U.S. ...

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Group Can Sue for Surface Water Pollution (access required)

In the Sierra Club’s suit alleging defendant Dominion violated the Clean Water Act by contaminating groundwater and surrounding surface waters from its Chesapeake Energy Center power plant, the Norfolk U.S. District Court says plaintiff has stated a plausible claim based ...

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