The Supreme Court on Monday gave something to both sides in a closely watched dispute at the intersection between patent and antitrust law.
The ruling struck down an Arizona law that required residents to provide proof of citizenship when using federal forms to register to vote.
Concerns about allocating possible excess cash seem to have held up a proposed $1.6 billion deal related to sudden acceleration defects.
The decision could broadly impact patent litigation by prompting more judges to split infringement suits into liability and damages phases.
Three claimants stand to collect 5 percent each of a $7.5 million enforcement action against a "sham" hedge fund and its CEO.
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