By Lacey Searfoss
For most people, a child's wedding is one of those great life moments that is filled with months of planning and excitement.
By Jason Schwent
, Clayton Zak
Generally, to infringe a U.S. patent, the infringing activity — the unauthorized making, using, offering to sell, selling, or importation — occurs within the United States.
By Paul Sonderegger
, Ryan Kemper
, Max McCombs
The Trump Administration is expected to issue a high-profile executive order that seeks to eliminate a major Obama-era environmental measure, the Clean Power Plan.
By Aaron D. Lacey
As REGucation readers know, the U.S. Department of Education's "gainful employment" or "GE" regulations require, among other things, that for each GE program an institution offers...
By Lori Jones
The 21st Century Cures Act (CCA), which passed with strong bipartisan support in the House of Representatives and the Senate in early December, was signed into law by President Obama on December 13, 2016
By Mark Sableman
What happens when you use legitimate means to achieve despicable ends? In the case of two attorneys at the center of a high-profile copyright enforcement scheme involving pornographic movies,
By Richard Pautler
At least in the 2nd Circuit, new pitfalls await ERISA administrators processing claims and appeals from adverse benefit determinations.
By Kelly Simon
, Kimberly Bousquet
, Robert Wallace, Jr.
, Christopher Murray
, Aaron D. Lacey
In recent years, many colleges and universities have become veritable patent powerhouses.
By Jason Schwent
, Jared Manse
State colleges and universities recently received a potential increase in the value of their patent portfolios in the form of a ruling from the Patent Trial and Appeal Board (PTAB).
By Anthony Blum
There is no doubt that inter partes review proceedings (IPRs) are now the favored mechanism for invalidating patents.
By Crystal Kennedy
Virtually all business transactions involve some level of environmental risk. The key is to identify all of the potential risks and collect sufficient information about them early in the due diligence period of a transaction.
By Diane Romza-Kutz
, Fredric Roth V
Ever since President Trump took office, the cannabis industry has been holding its breath to see how the new administration would handle the burgeoning field.
By Jayna Rust
Many companies are very familiar with the issues that arise when someone at the company wants to provide a Government employee with any item of value or wants to stay in touch with a former employee...
By David Dick
A Missouri appellate court has for the first time recognized that a construction contractor may pursue a breach of contract claim against a public entity owner based on the "Spearin doctrine,"...
By Scott A. Bieber
"Digital assets" encompasses a wide variety of things, from your email and Facebook accounts to your iTunes music to your electronically stored data to your domain name to bitcoins.