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  • June 15, 2020
     
    Law360
    In a win for Latham, the US Supreme Court refused to take up a challenge to a Federal Circuit ruling over when patent infringement can be found under the doctrine of equivalents.
     
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  • June 03, 2020
     
    Law360
    A Virginia federal judge has tossed a $2 billion proposed securities class action accusing Latham client DXC Technology Co. and its top brass of making misleading statements about revenues.
     
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  • April 22, 2020
     
    Global Investigations Review
    Washington, D.C. partner honored as one of the next generation of accomplished young investigations specialists.
     
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  • April 21, 2020
     
    Law.com
    Intellectual Property Litigation team defused a patent infringement lawsuit aimed at the only FDA-approved wireless heart sensing monitor on the market
     
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  • April 09, 2020
     
    Law360
    The US Supreme Court ruled in favor of Latham's client, Noris Babb, that the Age Discrimination in Employment Act allows federal employees to sue over any age bias that creeps into an adverse employment action.
     
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  • April 01, 2020
     
    Law360
    Nicholas Boyle joins the firm's Complex Commercial Litigation practice.
     
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  • April 01, 2020
     
    Texas Lawbook
    A hotly contested patent dispute in the oil patch likely ended when a federal appeals court ruled that Latham client Schlumberger did not infringe on the intellectual property of a Houston energy inventor.
     
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  • February 25, 2020
     
    The Recorder
    The firm scores IP wins for China's Shenzhen Senior Technology and Korea's LG Chem against competitors in the fast-growing lithium-ion battery market.
     
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  • February 24, 2020
     
    Law360
    The full Fifth Circuit unraveled its "extraordinarily confused" court precedent on federal removal requirements, ruling a former U.S. Navy machinist's asbestos exposure suit against shipbuilder Huntington Ingalls Inc. belongs in federal court because it relates to a government contract.
     
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