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Mintz Members Peter Cuomo and Adam Samansky and Associate Joseph Rutkowski were quoted in an article published by Law360 on the potential implications of the Federal Circuit’s recent ruling in Celgene Corp. v. Mylan Pharmaceuticals Inc., which cemented a prior decision in Valeant v. Mylan holding that patent suits against generic drugmakers must be filed where the company is incorporated or where it performed actions related to its Abbreviated New Drug Application.
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The New York Law Journal reported that Mintz secured a complete trial victory for investment banker Richard Swift before a Suffolk County jury. After a seven-day trial, it took the jury only an hour-and-a-half to return a verdict for the firm's client, Mr. Swift, for the full amount of the $2.57 million in damages that he was seeking in his lawsuit against the former “Today Show” correspondent Jill Rappaport over a log house built on a Water Mill estate. The article included commentary from Mintz Managing Member Bob Bodian, who led the firm’s litigation team representing Mr. Swift, along with lead trial attorney Member Jason P.W. Halperin. Mintz associates Todd Rosenbaum and Iris Greenquist, as well as co-counsel Eileen Powers, also played critical roles at the trial, which ended on November 19.
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Mintz Member and Chair of the firm’s Environmental Law Practice Jeff Porter authored an article published by the American College of Environmental Lawyers examining the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s and Army Corps of Engineers’ most recent proposed definition of “Waters of the United States,” an undefined term in the federal Clean Water Act.
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Mintz Member and Founding Chair of the firm’s Immigration Practice Susan Cohen was quoted in a Boston Herald op-ed column written by Jeff Robbins, a Boston lawyer and former U.S. delegate to the United Nations Human Rights Commission, responding to Republican Sen. John Kennedy of Louisiana's questioning of Saule Omarova, President Biden’s pick to serve as Comptroller of the Currency. The article made reference to Ms. Cohen's new book, “Journeys from There to Here,” which explores the incredible journeys of 11 immigrants forging a new life in the United States.
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