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By Eda Stark, Matthew C. Berntsen, Elizabeth Trujillo
This post is a part of a monthly series summarizing notable activity in patent litigation in the District of Massachusetts, including short summaries of substantive orders
By Matthew C. Berntsen, Philip K. Chen
This post is a part of a monthly series summarizing notable activity in patent litigation in the District of Massachusetts, including short summaries of substantive orders.
By Rodeen Talebi
This post is our latest review of noteworthy case developments in the Eastern and Northern Districts of Texas for the month of August 2019.
By Caitlin M. Dean, DJ Healey
The term "derivative" trade secrets is the basis of a new legal theory being shopped around to create broad trade secret liability where none exists.
By Ann Motl, Brianna Chamberlin
This post continues our monthly summary of patent litigation in the District of Minnesota, including short summaries of various substantive orders issued in pending cases
By Joseph Herriges, Phillip W. Goter
After years of development, 5G technology is now gradually being rolled out around the globe. This past April, Verizon launched limited 5G networks in parts of Chicago and a few other locations.
By Phillip W. Goter
Autonomous vehicle (AV) legislation has been active at the federal and state levels. Congress recently revisited federal autonomous vehicle legislation, after last year's stalled efforts.
By Matthew C. Berntsen
This post is a part of a monthly series summarizing notable activity in patent litigation in the District of Massachusetts, including short summaries of substantive orders.
By Keith Barritt
Unlike in most countries, in the United States trademark registrations are supposed to reflect marks actually in use in commerce.
By Fish & Richardson
The past several years arguably have been some of the best for the cannabis industry since marijuana was originally criminalized in the early 20th century.
By Fish & Richardson
A newly-revived Senate Judiciary Subcommittee on Intellectual Property recently concluded a series of hearings regarding a legislative proposal to significantly alter § 101 of the Patent Act.
By Noel F. Chakkalakal
The court found none of the remaining private factors favored venue transfer. Id. at 5-8.
By Keith Barritt
The problem arises in two main contexts.
By DJ Healey, Khanh V. Nguyen
The Defend Trade Secrets Act (DTSA) applies only to acts of misappropriation occurring on or after May 11, 2016.
By Ann Motl
Businesses invest significant time and resources toward creating and maintaining customer lists.