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4th Cir.: Medical reimbursement scheme was material omission (access required)

Investors’ complaint against a medical device company sufficiently alleged violations of § 10(b) of the Securities Exchange Act, claiming that the company’s officers knowingly misrepresented material facts constituting a fraud on the market. Background Appellee TranS1 received approval in 2004 ...

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4th Cir.: Decision reserving judgment was not “final” (access required)

A written decision resulting from the parties’ agreed-upon dispute-resolution process was not a “final” decision under the Federal Arbitration Act because it reserved the decision-maker’s right – without time limitation – to change the decision if its underlying assumptions proved ...

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EDVA: No (further) fees awarded in bitter patent fight (access required)

Following contentious patent litigation, the court declined to award attorneys’ fees requested on grounds that the patent owner’s claims and litigation conduct were exceptionally unreasonable. Background Plaintiff CertusView Technologies LLC holds five related patents related to its “e-Sketch” technology, which ...

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Va. Cir.: Jury verdict enforcing expired contract was unjust (access required)

A jury’s advisory verdict awarding specific performance of the parties’ contract was a plain deviation from right and justice, given that the contract’s term had expired. Background The parties in this case – Plaintiff Rockbridge Area Conservation Council and Defendant ...

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EDVA: Anticompetitive effects present jury questions (access required)

Several genuine disputes prevented summary judgment in a door manufacturer’s antitrust suit against the company that provided its manufacturing equipment. Background Plaintiff Steves and Sons Inc. and Defendant Jeld-Wen are both participants in the U.S. interior molded doorskin market. Doorskins ...

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