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By Tyler Newby, Hanley Chew, Molly Melcher
The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit held that the plaintiff's allegations that Experian denied him access to information to which he was entitled under the Fair Credit Reporting Act...
By Tyler Newby, Hanley Chew, Molly Melcher
The Fair Credit Reporting Act was enacted to "ensure fair and accurate credit reporting, promote efficiency in the banking system, and protect consumer privacy."
By Robert Sachs, Stuart Meyer, Daniel Brownstone, Jennifer Bush
On April 17, Mozilla and Stanford Law held a panel to discuss the role of the First Amendment in the patent law, and specifically the impact on the patent eligibility of software and genes sequences.
By Laurence Pulgram
Fenwick partner and ABA Section of Litigation Chair Laurence Pulgram discusses why it is critical for lawyers to stand up for the judiciary, the Constitution and the justice system.
By Mark C. Stevens
Fenwick & West corporate partner Mark Stevens moderated this panel of billion-dollar global game publisher-investors.
By Hanley Chew, Tyler Newby
This week, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit issued an important decision in Whalen v. Michaels Stores...
By Hanley Chew, Tyler Newby
Last week, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit held that allegations that personally identifiable information was disclosed without consent in violation of the Video Privacy Protection Act...
By Michael Dicke, Alexis Caloza
In a case with important implications for late-stage private companies, a federal magistrate judge ruled last week that investors in funds holding private company securities can bring fraud claims...
By Christopher King
The number of summary affirmances in patent cases at the Federal Circuit has grown explosively over the last several years, from 96 in 2013 to 179 in 2016.
By Carly Bittman, Patrick Premo
The U.S. District Court for the District of Massachusetts recently awarded prejudgment and post-judgment interest in the trade secret suit between CardiAQ Valve Technologies and Neovasc...
By Daniel McCoy, Sheeva Ghassemi-Vanni, Anna Suh
The City of San Francisco has issued helpful guidance regarding its Paid Parental Leave Ordinance
By Gregory Hopewell
Despite the high bar for appellants to contest the adequacy of articulated reasoning for agency action by the Patent Trial and Appeal Board, the last few months brought several Federal Circuit decisions...
By Fenwick & West LLP
Labeling your product with information about patent(s) that cover that product is called "patent marking" and is one way to inform the public about your IP rights.
By Michael Dicke
On April 10, the Securities and Exchange Commission filed​ sweeping charges against 27 companies and individuals that it accused of a simple stock promotion scheme
By Mark Jansen
To keep federal trademark applications and registrations "alive," trademark owners are required to timely respond to notices from the United States Patent and Trademark Office...
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