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The court saw no difference between an enforceable claim that might be worth $1 million or zero, and a claim worth $1 million with a 50% chance of being judged unenforceable.
ZMC's amended complaint seeks awards of compensatory and punitive damages in excess of $100 million against Kaneka, as well as a declaration that ZMC has not infringed any valid and enforceable claim of the Kaneka patent.
2043(b) is not applicable to the relinquishment of a presently enforceable claim to an outright portion of a spouse's property on divorce.
In this case, no party had asserted or planned to assert any legally enforceable claim. S did not assert her right to take an elective share against the will.
As such, local law did not establish an enforceable claim equal to the value of the trees that could be deducted under Sec.
After reviewing the submitted materials, Dimension decided that the best course of action was to abandon the overbroad Claim One, not expend resources arguing the merits of the other 24 claims under review, accept the 5 enforceable claims in the '053 Patent, and, going forward, focus on obtaining more targeted claims directed to the many additional upscaling features and technologies described in the '053 Patent and in its line of 'continuation' applications.
The mentioned services are inclusive of emerging address research and customer data research, and they include long-term monitoring for enforceable claims in which the execution was unsuccessful or be hard negative indicators.
But Myriad "has more than 500 valid and enforceable claims in 24 different patents conferring strong patent protection for its BRACAnalysis test," the Salt Lake City, Utah-based company said in a statement today.
Following this decision, Myriad has more than 500 valid and enforceable claims in 24 different patents conferring strong patent protection for its BRACAnalysis test.
Thus, not only did we see creation of local currency bond markets, but the circumstances leading to their creation also allowed corporates to issue debt and lenders to believe they had legally enforceable claims based on legitimate valuations.
Consistent with the proposed regulations, the most significant of the changes under the final regulations requires practitioners to deduct administration expenses and enforceable claims only as they are paid and to the extent they are actually paid.
Secured creditors - usually, banks or mortgage lenders with legally enforceable claims on a company's assets - must be satisfied by a bankruptcy plan before unsecured creditors such as vendors that sell products or services to that company receive payment.