Neha Khandhadia

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Neha Khandhadia focuses her practice on complex commercial litigation, arbitration, and government and internal investigations. She represents clients in litigation before federal and state courts across the country. Click here to read Neha Khandhadia's full bio. 

Sixth Circuit: It’s a Go on Plaintiff’s Claims Despite Arbitration Clause

By on Sep 16, 2021
Posted In Trade Secrets

The US Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit affirmed in part a district court’s grant of a stay pending arbitration, finding that as non-parties to the underlying arbitration agreement, defendants could not stay the plaintiff’s action against them by arguing that they were beneficiaries of the arbitration agreement. AtriCure, Inc. v. Meng, Case No....

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No Bite on Parties’ Unenforceable Agreement to Agree to Sell Apple Trees

By on Sep 9, 2020
Posted In Food, Beverage & Agribusiness

The US Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit affirmed a grant of summary judgment, finding that the option provision in the parties’ contract was an unenforceable agreement to agree. Phytelligence, Inc. v. Wash. State Univ., Case No. 2019-2216 (Fed. Cir. Aug. 27, 2020) (Reyna, J.). Phytelligence is an agricultural biotechnology company that used tissue...

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Neither AIA Proceeding nor Government Infringement Constitute Fifth Amendment Taking

By on Apr 30, 2020
Posted In America Invents Act, Patents

The US Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit upheld a US Court of Federal Claims dismissal, rejecting arguments that patent infringement is a taking under the Fifth Amendment. Golden v. United States, Case No. 19-2134 (Fed. Cir. Apr. 10, 2020) (O’Malley, J.).

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