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A Florida federal judge on Friday reopened wireless communications company ParkerVision Inc.'s smartphone patent dispute against Apple, LG and Qualcomm after the end of a related U.S. International Trade Commission investigation.
The House Republicans’ plan to exempt exports, but not imports, from taxation may encourage American businesses to bring their offshore operations and profits back home, but companies holding intellectual property overseas would risk severe tax penalties from foreign governments if they try it.
It’s the right time for the U.S. Supreme Court to resolve a circuit split over the level of detail required for a False Claims Act suit to survive dismissal, Victaulic Co. said in a recent petition contesting a Third Circuit ruling that revived an FCA suit against the company.
The long-running legislative effort to liberalize U.S.-Cuba trade began anew on Thursday as a bipartisan group of 14 senators introduced a bill to lift the Cold War-era embargo on the island nation.
A former U.S. ambassador to Venezuela and anti-corruption consultant who accused two wealthy Venezuelans of paying bribes and defaming him failed to convince the Second Circuit to revive his case, with the court saying Friday the allegations underlying his racketeering suit were barely related.