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By Stanley Gibson
After the district court dismissed plaintiff's patent infringement claims, finding the patents directed to patent-ineligible subject matter, and awarded attorneys
By Stanley Gibson
Cisco moved to dismiss the plaintiff's patent infringement complaint pre-lawsuit willfulness allegations.
By Stanley Gibson
In a previous litigation involving ZTE (but not the plaintiff), ZTE entered into a consulting arrangement with Dr. Madisetti. ZTE asserted that ZTE provided Dr. Madisetti with confidential information
By Jim Butler
The Spring 2019 Trigild Lender Conference in Dallas, TX wrapped up on Thursday, April 18—an informative day-and-a-half conference delving into what the industry is saying about lending and debt for commercial real estate.
By Stanley Gibson
In this patent infringement action, the defendants, Synergistics, Inc. ("Synergistics"), filed a motion to dismiss the complaint for lack of personal jurisdiction.
By Robert Braun
This is the second in a series of articles on complying with the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA). The CCPA is estimated to impact more than 500,000 businesses,
By Robert Braun
It is difficult to overstate the current backlash against social media. Social media giants are under attack from virtually all sources, including both governments and individuals
By JMBM's Investment Capital Law Group
A bill before the California legislature seeks to impose an estate tax of 40% on the net value of a decedent's estate in excess of $3.5 million,
By Stanley Gibson
Plaintiff, Fox Factory, moved to amend its final infringement contentions, asserting that the defendant, SRAM, LLC, had failed to produce relevant information regarding its custom "BRAIN" product.
By Rod Berman, Jessica Bromall Sparkman
The cannabis industry is the new investment frontier.
By Robert Braun
Looking back with the perspective of two years, the Equifax data breach still has many lessons to teach us.
By Catherine DeBono Holmes, Scott Harshman
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By Stanley Gibson
In this patent infringement action, the defendant moved to dismiss the plaintiff's complaint for the plaintiff's failure to participate in discovery and for ignoring several court orders.
By Stanley Gibson
In this patent infringement action, the plaintiff, International Designs Corporation, LLC ("IDC"), moved to disqualify the counsel for defendant Hair Art Int'l, Inc. ("Hair Art").
By Robert Braun
It is estimated that more than 500,000 companies are subject to the California Consumer Privacy Act.
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