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Injunction granted even when the Patent was under challenge

Pfizer Inc. filed a suit for permanent injunction restraining infringement of Indian patent no. IN209250 (which covers and claims the commercial product Sunitinib) and IN268331 (which covers the claims the commercial product Tigecycline) against Nagesh Palepu and others. 118 more words

L.A. Barred From Enforcing Gang Injunctions

The city of Los Angeles has been blocked from implementing nearly all of its remaining gang injunctions, which is the most recent blow to one of L.A.‘s most disputable law enforcement strategies.

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Los Angeles Federal Judge to Stop Gang Injunctions

One American News Network reports that a federal judge appointed by former U.S. President Bill Clinton is making it harder for California authorities to crack down on criminal gang activity. 106 more words

News And Politics

Jeff Sessions slams federal judges for issuing nationwide injunctions hindering Trump's agenda


ㅤ”‘In truth, this is a question of raw power, of who gets to decide the policy questions facing America: our elected representatives, our elected President, or unelected life-time appointed federal judges,’ Sessions said during a speech at the Federalist Society’s National Student Symposium. 43 more words


Using the Criminal Code to Require News Media to "Un-Publish" Fails

In Canada, s. 486.4(2.1) of the Criminal Code to make an order protecting a victim of a crime from having any information that could identify the victim from being “published in any document or broadcast or transmitted in any way.” The victim has to be under 18 years of age. 539 more words


"Hot tubbing" for expert witness by the DHC

The Delhi High Court (DHC) in the Micromax Vs. Ericsson case, based on the suggestions exchanged by the parties and considering the procedure adopted by the Federal Courts in Australia and in the United Kingdom, would be adopting the “hot tubbing” procedure to facilitate appreciation of expert technical evidence, in a shortened procedure. 22 more words

Cook County courts ordered to make e-filings immediately available to public

In November, the Courthouse News Service filed a federal lawsuit against the Cook County (Illinois) courts, alleging that the county was posting electronically filed complaints days after receiving them, even though the complaints should have been immediately available to the press as public records. 94 more words

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