The US Supreme Court definitively states where a domestic corporation resides for purposes of venue in a patent infringement case, the Delaware Supreme Court further develops the application of business judgment review in controller buyout disputes, and the SEC files charges against individuals who allegedly disclosed nonpublic information relating to Medicare reimbursement rates

by Joshua Becker 

This week’s corporate law news roundup includes discussions of the US Supreme Court’s recent decision relating to where a corporation resides for purpose of venue in patent infringement cases, as decision that may reduce the number of patent trolls; the Delaware Supreme Court’s application of business judgment review in controller buyout disputes, a decision that further strengthens the application of the management friendly standard in such cases; and the SEC’s recent charges against individuals who allegedly disclosed nonpublic information relating to government plans to cut Medicare reimbursement rates, which affected the stock prices of certain publicly traded medical providers. 

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