The U.S. Supreme Court Reverses the Federal Circuit in TC Heartland and Rules That “Residence” in Patent Venue Statute Means Only the State of Incorporation

Today, through a unanimous decision of the Court delivered by Justice Thomas (with the exception of Justice Gorsuch who took no part in the consideration or decision of the case), the U.S. Supreme Court in TC Heartland LLC v. Kraft Foods Group Brands LLC, 581 U.S. View Full Post
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Judge Robinson Denies Defendant’s Motion to Dismiss Asserting Patents Claim Ineligible Subject Matter

By Memorandum Order entered by The Honorable Sue L. Robinson in Paltalk Holdings, Inc. v. Riot Games, Inc., Civil Action No. 16-1240-SLR (D.Del. May 15, 2017), the Court denied Defendant’s Motion to Dismiss which asserted that dismissal of the Complaint was appropriate because the asserted patents do not claim patent eligible subject matter under 35 U.S.C. View Full Post
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Don’t Forget to Celebrate – May is National Foster Care Month

By the President of the United States of America A Proclamation During the month of May, we observe National Foster Care Month and we celebrate those who have opened their homes and their hearts to children in need and those who have devoted their careers to serving America’s foster youth. View Full Post
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Court Appointed Special Advocates Needed!

CASA-logoPrior posts have addressed the important role of child advocates in Family Court.  CASAs, or Court Appointed Special Advocates, are one example of the wonderful advocates who volunteer their time to represent Delaware’s children in Family Court. Across Delaware, over 200 volunteer Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASAs) build close relationships with and serve as one-on-one advocates for children in foster care. View Full Post
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Judge Andrews Substantially Denies Plaintiff’s Motion to Exclude Defendant Expert’s Opinions On Definition of Relevant Market in Antitrust Action

By Memorandum Opinion entered by The Honorable Richard G. Andrews in Insight Equity d/b/a Vision-Ease Lens Worldwide v. Transitions Optical, Inc., Civil Action No. 10-635-RGA (D.Del. May 9, 2017), the Court granted in part and denied in part Plaintiff’s motion to exclude the expert testimony of Defendant’s expert which defined the relevant market for purposes of the antitrust claims. View Full Post
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Scholarship On Duties of Corporate Officers

Professor Lyman Johnson, whose scholarship on corporate law has been cited in Delaware court opinions, and frequently referred to on these pages, has published a paper on the implications and consequences of the paucity of Delaware case law on the duties of corporate officers–especially when compared to the plethora of case law defining the contours of the fiduciary duties of corporate directors. View Full Post
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