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Tag Archives: Judge Michael F. Urbanski

Patent holder fails to plausibly allege indirect infringement (access required)

Where a patent holder failed to allege facts sufficient to support a plausible claim that the defendant knowingly induced others to infringe the plaintiff’s patents, or that defendant acted with the specific intent to do so, an indirect infringement claim ...

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Former employee’s retaliation claim survives dismissal (access required)

Where a former bank employee alleged she was the victim of continuous animus and retaliatory conduct after she complained that another employee’s termination was “not right,” and that the differing treatment culminated in her termination, she plausibly alleged a claim ...

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Detainee: First Amendment violation related to email (access required)

Where a correctional institution’s policy prohibited a detainee’s email recipients from forwarding messages, and his emails were allegedly censored because of their content, he plausibly asserted a violation of his First Amendment rights. Background Askari Dansa M. S. Lumumba alleges ...

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