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Alabama Depo Provera Dismissal for Pfizer Makes Three Recent Twombly/Iqbal or "Inartful Pleading" Wins for Kaye Scholer (10/30/14)

FDA Issues Draft Guidance Addressing Aspect of Social Media Use in Prescription Drug Product Promotion (10/30/14)

Supreme Court Requires Full Rule of Reason Analysis in So-Called “Reverse Payment” Settlements of Patent Litigation (10/28/14)

Gerald Sobel (10/28/14)

Gerald Sobel is an experienced litigator whose practice is primarily in the areas of patent, antitrust and agreements. He is also active in mediation. 

Laurie Abramowitz (10/28/14)

Laurie Abramowitz is a Partner and Chair of Kaye Scholer’s Tax Department. She handles all aspects of tax work for corporations, partnerships, high-net-worth individuals and tax-exempt organizations. Her practice is broad-based and involves tax planning for a wide variety of transactions and structuring, negotiating and documenting complex corporate transactions and private equity structures, including mergers, acquisitions and divestitures, reorganizations, financing transactions, private and public debt and equity offerings and restructurings, many of which have international implications.

Emerging Trends in Nucleic Acids/Human Genome Work (10/27/14)

Second Circuit CAFA Update: Removing Defendant Bears Burden of Proving Threshold Jurisdictional Requirements Under CAFA (10/24/14)

James M. Lyons (10/23/14)

James Lyons is an Associate in the firm’s Intellectual Property Department. James works on a range of intellectual property matters across a variety of industries. In particular, he is currently working on patent litigations involving genetic testing and pharmaceutical technologies.

District Court Holds That Under FTC v. Actavis, “Pay for Delay” Means Money (10/23/14)

Supreme Court Requires Full Rule of Reason Analysis in So-Called “Reverse Payment” Settlements of Patent Litigation (10/23/14)

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