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A Delaware Court of Chancery judge on Oct. 13 criticized Abrams & Bayliss attorneys for pulling an about-face in a corporate dispute over the composition of the Roma Restaurant Holdings board.
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Ironworks Patents, fresh off a nearly $11 million patent win over Apple Inc. this summer, is suing the tech giant again, alleging continued infringement with its later-generation iPhones, including iPhone 8 models and the iPhone X.
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