Round 2 of the Docket Navigator scavenger hunt begins today! If you didn’t play last week, here’s how it works. We ask a Question of the Day, but instead of us giving you the answer, you get to FIND the answer using the Docket Navigator database. Correct answers can be submitted to win a guaranteed prize (2gb USB flash drive) and a chance to win an even bigger prize (an iPad2®)!
Last week, we received only 38 correct entries. That means the people who submitted correct answers had a 1 in 38 chance of winning an iPad2. Not bad odds for a prize worth more than $500! So if you didn’t play last week, take a few minutes to submit an answer. You’ll learn how to use an amazing resource, win a guaranteed prize, and be entered for a chance to win an iPad2. Plus, you’ll have some fun along the way.
Here's the catch: if you are going to participate in the scavenger hunt you have to play quickly. The deadline for submitting correct answers ends tonight at midnight. The drawing will be held tomorrow. It's a quick contest.
Here is today's question:
On two occasions, Judge Claudia Wilken of the Northern District of California has granted motions to dismiss for lack of subject matter jurisdiction because the declaratory judgment plaintiffs failed to assert facts sufficient to establish a “substantial controversy” under MedImmune, Inc. v. Genentech, Inc., 549 U.S. 118 (2007). In both cases, the declaratory judgment plaintiffs claimed that the defendants’ lawsuits against certain third parties created a substantial controversy. What relationship did those third parties have with the declaratory judgment plaintiffs?
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