This ambiguity only underscores the fundamental problem with the proposed rule – it implicitly presumes that an employee, officer or director may not hedge in the absence of their company’s consent. In fact, the relevant disclosure should be whether a registrant prohibits hedging. … [Read more...] about What Exactly Does The SEC Mean By “Permit”?
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The damages were significant because of a little-known provision in the patent law unique to design patents, which provides that companies found to infringe a design patent are liable for their total profits from the infringing sales. 35 U.S.C. § 289. Samsung appealed the damage award to the U.S. Supreme Court arguing that the damages were improperly calculated based on its total profit on the entire smartphones sold by Samsung, rather than on the total profit from just the patented portions. At oral argument, it became clear that fashioning a test to determine when and how to award total profit on less than the article as sold was difficult to say the least. … [Read more...] about Apple v. Samsung: What Does it Really Mean for Consumer Product Companies?
Is an arbitration clause mandatory or permissive when it provides that either party to the contract may elect to submit a dispute to binding arbitration? What if the contract also provides that the right to arbitrate is not exclusive of any other rights that a party has to pursue legal action in an appropriate forum? Such an arbitration clause certainly sounds permissive. But courts have invested a lot of ink addressing the question, and (spoiler alert!) they have more or less consistently come to the conclusion that such a clause makes arbitration mandatory if any party chooses it. … [Read more...] about When An Arbitration Clause Sounds Permissive But Is Not — Does “May” Really Mean “Must”?