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By Robert Sachs, Stuart Meyer, Daniel Brownstone, Jennifer Bush
On April 12th, the Federal Circuit, in a per curiam order, denied SHzoom's motion to make the Trading Technologies opinion precedential.
By Armen N. Nercessian, Guinevere Jobson
A three-judge panel of the Ninth Circuit handed down its latest decision on the scope of the optional safe harbor for web hosting services under Section 512(c) of the Digital Millennium Copyright Act.
By Tyler Newby, Molly Melcher
In a closely-watched case, the California Supreme Court recently held in McGill v. Citibank, N.A. that arbitration clauses that foreclose a plaintiff's right to pursue public injunctive relief in any forum are invalid and unenforceable.
By Kathryn Fritz, Michael Davis-Wilson
Last week, in Maloney v. T3 Media, Inc., the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit held that claims under state right-of-publicity law are preempted by the Copyright Act...
By Robert Sachs
The most significant Federal Circuit decision in March was Thales Visionix, Inc. v. United States, another case finding eligible subject matter
By David Bell, Kristine M. Di Bacco
The Fenwick & West Gender Diversity Survey provides unique insight into women's participation at the most senior levels of public technology and life sciences companies in the Silicon Valley 150 Index...
By Robert Sachs
As many of you know, the Federal Circuit's decision in Trading Technologies was the first time a graphical user interface had been found patent eligible by the Federal Circuit.
By Robert Sachs
With the close of the first quarter of 2017, there have been some interesting patterns developing in AliceStorm.
By Robert Sachs, Stuart Meyer, Daniel Brownstone, Jennifer Bush
As many of you know, the Federal Circuit's decision in Trading Technologies was the first time a graphical user interface had been found patent eligible by the Federal Circuit.
By Armen N. Nercessian, Ewa Davison
Three years ago, the Supreme Court held that the equitable defense of laches is not available against copyright claims for damages brought within the Copyright Act's three-year statute of limitations.
By Laurence Pulgram
Dedicated to the professional success of LGBT lawyers and allies, the ABA Section of Litigation will be hosting an inaugural LGBT Forum​ May 2-3 in San Francisco.
By Jedediah Wakefield, William Pierog
While much of the legal press may be speculating about the future of the Supreme Court's Chevron test...
By Robert Sachs, Stuart Meyer, Daniel Brownstone, Jennifer Bush
On January 18, 2017 the Federal Circuit issued an opinion in Trading Technologies Int'l., Inc. v. CQG, Inc., its first decision finding a user interface to be patent eligible subject matter.
By Kristine M. Di Bacco
One of the biggest contributors to a lack of corporate diversity is the size of a company.
By Fenwick & West LLP
In Sonoma, near San Francisco, Fenwick & West and Silicon Valley Bank hosted about 20 women—and a few men—from the VC and corporate venturing communities for an afternoon of mixing and mingling.
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