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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...
By Mitchell Zimmerman
In the 1940s, Jehovah's Witnesses, tenaciously litigious in defense of free expression, generated a half-dozen Supreme Court decisions that came to define First Amendment rights in the 20th century.
By Eric Ball, Kunyu Ching
With the annual Game Developers Conference spectacular in our rearview mirror, and the NBA's partnership with Take-Two to launch an esports league for the NBA2K game on the horizon...
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.
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