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Share Tweet Plus One Pin It Email Print By: Nitish Kashyap May 25, 2018 10:11 am Change Font Size A vacation bench of the Bombay High Court has granted a permanent injunction restraining Jackson Laboratories Pvt Ltd from manufacturing or selling their trademark Spasmo-pronyvon or any other drug that is deceptively similar to Wockhardt Limited’s pain relief drug, Spasmoproxyvon. Justice SJ Kathawalla was hearing a notice of motion in a suit filed by Wockhardt Limited against Jackson Laboratories. He decreed the suit in terms of prayer clauses seeking a permanent injunction against the respondents from selling, manufacturing, marketing, advertising of any trademark that is deceptively similar to Wockhardt’s registered trademark Spasmoproxyvon. The plaintiffs also prayed that- The defendant by themselves, their partners (if applicable), directors, principal officers, servants, retailers, stockiest, distributors, representatives and agents be restrained by a … [Read more...] about Bombay HC Restrains Jackson Labs From Manufacturing Or Selling Drug Deceptively Similar To Wockhardt’s Spasmoproxyvon [Read Order]
On September 29, 2017, Judge Mark Holmes of the United States Tax Court (Tax Court) issued an order in the estate tax valuation case brought by the Estate of Michael Jackson (the Estate). In the case, the Estate moved to strike the testimony of the Internal Revenue Service’s (IRS) valuation expert witness on the grounds that he lied. The IRS acknowledged that its expert “did not tell the truth when he testified that he did not work on or write a valuation report for the IRS Examination Division in the third-party taxpayer audit.” Apparently, the expert had worked on the valuation of Whitney Houston’s Estate on behalf of the IRS, and failed to list the engagement in his report. He also omitted one publication that he wrote and one case in which he provided expert-witness testimony at a deposition.The question for the Court was the proper remedy for the omissions, with sanctions ranging from striking all of the expert’s testimony (and thereby … [Read more...] about IRS Valuation Expert for Michael Jackson Estate Case Almost Thrown Out!
On Friday, Federal Magistrate Judge Mark D. Clarke partially dismissed a lawsuit brought by commercial alfalfa farmers seeking to overturn a Jackson County ordinance that banned the use of GMO seed stock (“It is a county violation for any person or entity to propagate, cultivate, raise, or grow genetically engineered plants within Jackson County.”). The farmers claimed that the anti-GMO ordinance, which voters approved overwhelmingly last May and is set to take effect on June 5th, was prohibited by Oregon’s Right to Farm Act because it violated their right to farm.According to the Judge, while the state’s “right to farm” law prohibits ordinances and lawsuits that treat a common farming practice as a trespass or nuisance, it does not protect activities that harm commercial agriculture. The harm here, as argued by defendants, was the potential tainting of organic crops resulting from cross-pollination from … [Read more...] about Big Win for Anti-GMO Groups as Oregon Federal Judge Upholds Jackson County GMO Ban
This year marks two important anniversaries concerning the great Justice Robert H. Jackson: Seventy-five years ago, in 1941, he took his seat on the U.S. Supreme Court; and 70 years ago he was on sabbatical from the court to serve as chief counsel for the United States in the prosecution of senior Nazi officials at Nuremberg. This month, the Center for American and International Law in Dallas is hosting a symposium—one of many around the country—to assess the significance of those postwar prosecutions. Much of the interest and energy will focus on Jackson himself.Doubtless because Jackson was so unusually eloquent, a majority of the current justices name him as their favorite writer ever to serve on the court. Let’s see why. We’ll primarily consider two documents: his majority opinion in West Virginia State Board of Education v. Barnette and his opening and closing arguments at Nuremberg. There are countless other examples you might seek out as well.Barnette was … [Read more...] about Celebrating the powerful eloquence of Justice Robert Jackson