Publications

Hogan Lovells Publications

Sovereign immunity shields university from inventorship dispute

In a case involving medical methods invented by two Nobel laureates, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit has ruled that sovereign immunity prevents a third researcher from...

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New GSA Sales Reporting Rule Eliminates Onerous Price Reductions Clause and Commercial Sales Practices Disclosure Requirements for Participating Contractors

On June 23, 2016, GSA published a much anticipated final rule that amends the General Services Administration Acquisition Regulation to implement new transactional data reporting...

Published Works

Developing, Marketing and Enforcing Intellectual Property in the Federal Market: Lessons From Liberty Ammunition

A decision recently released by the U.S. Court of Federal Claims represents both a victory and a cautionary tale for innovators aiming to develop and sell technology to the Federal...

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DoD Adopts Final Rule Clarifying Photovoltaic Device Rules of Origin

The Department of Defense (DoD) recently adopted a final rule amending the Defense Federal Acquisition Regulation Supplement (DFARS), clarifying rules of origin for photovoltaic devices to...

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Participation of Government Contractors in Patent Infringement Actions Against the U.S. Government

The recent decision by the United States Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit in the case of In re Uusi, LLC et al., No 2013-155, may be of interest to companies that sell to the U.S....

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Intellectual Property Newsletter - December 2013

The international IP newsletter provides quarterly updates and comment from all over the world on recent case law and other legal developments in the fields of trademarks and brands,...

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Fifth Circuit decision exposes contractors to vicarious liability for double damages when employees receive personal kickbacks

In a case of first impression with potentially far-reaching consequences, the Fifth Circuit has ruled that a contractor may be held vicariously liable for double damages under the...

Published Works

Vicarious Corporate Liability For Double Damages Under The AKA—Fifth Circuit Opens The Door To Punishing The Employer When Its Employees Self-Deal

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