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June 19, 2020
European Parliament Approves CRR “Quick Fix” to Mitigate Economic Consequences of COVID-19
The measures grant relief for EU banks to enhance bank lending to companies and households.
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  • June 09, 2020
     
    Shopping cart icon London partner Deborah Kirk and associate Elva Cullen review the liability of online marketplaces for infringing products in the EU, in an article with Intellectual Property & Technology Law Journal.
     
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  • April 27, 2020
     
    gavel & book In an article for the American University Law Review’s Federal Circuit Symposium, Latham lawyers observe trends in how district courts have addressed willfulness claims at each stage of litigation, highlight factors courts have considered when declining to enhance damages for an infringer’s egregious misconduct, and identify practice tips in view of the emerging trends in the case law.
     
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  • November 18, 2019
     
    Ionic column architectural detail The Court’s decision rested on whether the patents provided outstanding benefit to the employer’s undertaking. 
     
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  • September 03, 2019
     
    Gavel on US flag Article in Intellectual Property & Technology Law Journal examines two procedural changes that impact concurrent district court patent infringement litigation and inter partes proceedings before the US Patent Trial and Appeal Board.
     
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  • January 14, 2019
     
    Brexit07 The UK government’s technical notices provide some certainty for holders of cross-border copyrights, trade marks, patents and other IP rights.
     
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