Monthly Archives: January 2013

Patent Injunctions and Chief Judge Rader—Details Wanted

IP Law360 reports that Federal Circuit Chief Judge Randall Rader on Tuesday chastised the US Supreme Court for getting it wrong on when injunctions should issue against patent infringers. He reportedly said their 2006 decision in eBay Inc. and Half.com v. MercExchange, … Continue reading

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Terminating a Tenured Professor at a Private University Requires Compliance with Contract

In Haegert v. University of Evansville, 977 N.E.2d 924 (Ind. 2012), the Supreme Court of Indiana discussed the legal hurdles that a private university had to leap before it could terminate the employment of a professor who was working for the school pursuant to … Continue reading

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Participating in Court Conferences Does Not Constitute Appearing in Litigation

A homeowner sought appellate relief from the trial court’s order denying her motion for relief from a default judgment and entry of foreclosure.  In Seleme v. JPMorgan Chase Bank, the Court of Appeals affirmed the trial court’s decision finding that … Continue reading

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Happy 2013 from the Bose Litigation Blog!

2012 was an amazing year for the Bose Litigation Blog, and we aim to do even better in 2013.  So, stay tuned for even more timely and useful information about litigation. On behalf of everyone in the Bose Litigation Group, … Continue reading

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