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District Court Precludes Defense Based on Strength of Patent in FTC v. Cephalon “Reverse Payment” Litigation (10/24/14)

EC Imposes $580 Million Fine for Alleged Actions to Prevent or Delay Generic Entry (10/24/14)

Amanda C. Croushore (10/24/14)

Amanda C. Croushore is an Associate in the Complex Commercial Litigation Department of the New York office of Kaye Scholer. Amanda’s practice focuses primarily on antitrust matters. Her experience includes assisting in the representation of multinational corporations in complex antitrust litigations and investigations led by state and federal government agencies.

D.C. Circuit Vacates Controversial KBR Ruling (10/23/14)

Supreme Court Adopts a “Midway Position” on the Fraud-on-the-Market Theory in Securities Class Actions (10/23/14)

Foreign Nationals May Face Increased Risk of Extradition to US for Antitrust Violations (10/23/14)

US Supreme Court Sets Forth Standing Requirement for Lanham Act Section 43(a) False Advertising Claims, Rejecting Requirement of Direct Competition (10/23/14)

Fourth Circuit Finds Violations of FDA Safety Regulations Do Not Support False Claims Act Liability (10/23/14)

D.C. District Court Ruling Puts Government Contractor’s Privileged Internal Investigation Reports in Jeopardy of Disclosure (10/23/14)

A Possible “Midway Position” on the Fraud-on-the-Market Theory in Securities Class Actions? (10/23/14)


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