- Absent Proof Of Causation, Federal Court Dismisses Qui Tam Suit On Off-Label Speech
By Shannon Thyme Klinger, a partner, and Michele L. Keegan, an associate, with the law firm Mayer Brown LLP.
- Court Denies Certification In Antitrust Class Action Fraught With Baseless Claims
By George S. Cary, a partner, and Steven J. Kaiser, counsel, with the Washington, D.C. office of the law firm Cleary Gottlieb Steen & Hamilton LLP.
- Supreme Court To Address Standard For Induced Patent Infringement
By Brian Pandya, an attorney at the Washington, D.C. office of the law firm Wiley Rein LLP.
- State of Connecticut v. American Electric Power Co., Inc.
On February 7, 2011, the Washington Legal Foundation filed a brief in the U.S. Supreme Court urging it to overturn an appeals court’s reversal of a district court’s 2005 dismissal of a lawsuit brought by two groups of plaintiffs, including eight States and New York City, against American Electric Power Co. and five other leading utility companies who own and operate power plants in twenty States.
From The Legal Pulse:
- Suit Against Nutella Maker: Not Part of a Balanced (or Rational) Regulatory Process – By Stephen Richer, WLF
- FDA’s “Criteria” on Strict Criminal Liability Theory Offer Little Guidance – By Cory Andrews, WLF
- What’s at Stake in Justice Department’s Decision on Google-ITA Software Merger? – By Glenn Lammi, WLF
- Deadlocked Finality on (and for?) the Alien Tort Statute at the Second Circuit – By Richard Samp, WLF
- Debunking the leading Obamacare litigation myths; Washington Examiner; Cory Andrews, WLF.