Inequitable conduct defense fails after PTAB denies IPR institution based upon allegedly “but-for” material reference

Jaguar-v.-Bentley-EDVA-Apr-30-2020 Concurrent with the litigation it filed in the Eastern District of Virginia, Bentley Motors (“Bentley”) filed a petition for IPR with the PTAB based on certain prior art referred to by the Court as “the Porsche 959 prior art.”  The day before its reply brief was due in the litigation, PTAB denied institution of […]

Corporate entity’s obligations “to care only about itself and define good as what makes it more money” represent a “textbook case of antisocial personality disorder”

This article in the ABA Journal makes the point that CEO’s are currently legally obligated to act like sociopaths – and perhaps if we want better, we need to obligate them otherwise.  I can’t say I disagree…. http://www.abajournal.com/news/article/ethics-fix-can-stop-ceos-from-acting-like-sociopaths-former-biglaw-lawyer-says?utm_source=salesforce_94154&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=weekly_email&utm_medium=email&utm_source=salesforce_94154&sc_sid=03255440&utm_campaign=&promo=&utm_content=&additional4=&additional5=&sfmc_j=94154&sfmc_s=50769396&sfmc_l=1527&sfmc_jb=92&sfmc_mid=100027443&sfmc_u=3800744