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Doctor’s ‘Whistleblower’ Claim Dismissed (access required)

A physician may not sue his former employer, ExxonMobil, and other ExxonMobil employees for fraud, emotional distress and wrongful discharge, based on his allegation that he was fired in retaliation for his discovery that ExxonMobil had been operating illegal pharmacies ...

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No Appeal of Challenge to Inter Partes Review (access required)

A patent assignee cannot pursue an interlocutory appeal of a decision by the Patent Trial and Appeal Board to institute inter partes review proceedings on claims relating to its patent involving simulation, prototyping and debugging of integrated circuits, an Alexandria ...

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Poor Sales, Expired Product, Led to Discharge (access required)

A 46-year-old African-American district salesman for a medical device company cannot show a material factual dispute arising from his claims of race and age discrimination, as defendant employer demonstrated a sharp decline in sales in plaintiff’s territory and his failure ...

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Builder’s Suit Is Missing Owner Defendant (access required)

In this dispute arising from a design-build contract for a “ready room” at a property leased by non-party Executive Readiness Solutions LLC, plaintiff builder seeks additional recovery beyond amounts allegedly paid to settle the matter, and because the builder has ...

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