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Impact of Supreme Court Pro-Employer Title VII Decisions Blunted by State Laws
Source: Employee Relations Law Journal
Authors: Julia E. Judish, Ellen Connelly Cohen, Keith D. Hudolin
This article was originally published in Vol. 39, No. 3, Winter 2013 issue of Employee Relations Law Journal.
Ninth Circuit Eliminates Presumption of Irreparable Injury for Plaintiffs Seeking Preliminary Injunctions in Trademark Cases
Authors: Bobby Ghajar, Marcus D. Peterson
Ending years of uncertainty and division among district courts, the Ninth Circuit recently ruled that a trademark plaintiff must establish a likelihood of irreparable harm to obtain a preliminary injunction in a trademark case. In Herb Reed Enterprises, LLC v. Fla. Ent. Mgmt., Inc., Case No. 12-16868 (9th Cir. Dec 2, 2013), the court once and for all eliminated the presumption of irreparable harm that trademark plaintiffs had previously enjoyed upon showing a likelihood of success on the merits.
California Oil and Gas
Source: The Oil and Gas Law Review
Authors: Robert A. James, Margaret Rosegay
Co-head of Pillsbury's energy industry team Robert A. James authored this chapter in the new publication The Oil and Gas Law Review. Rob, with extensive contributions by Pillsbury environmental partner Margaret Rosegay, describes the general principles for exploration and production of oil and gas in the state of California and the complex commercial, land use and environmental regulations applicable to operations in the Golden State. A special focus is on the debate over the expansion of hydraulic fracturing to access vast additional quantities of hydrocarbons in the Monterey Shale.