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Patent litigator Daniel Cislo reveals his strategy when taking a case, "approach the case as if you're going to try it, but recognize the reality that 96% of all cases are going to settle."
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Daniel Cislo discloses his innermost, personal thoughts before trial. Find out what motivates and liberates Daniel, allowing him to focus his skills during trial.
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Sometimes the key to litigation success is your ability to build rapport with the judge and jury. So, how can you do that effectively and consistently?
By Cislo & Thomas LLP
Experienced patent litigator Daniel Cislo reveals his firm's strategy of using technology to learn about the opposing party to create a psychological game plan.
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Veteran patent attorney Daniel M. Cislo discusses how patent litigation differs from other types of litigation.
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Takeaway: If you are in the business of software development, it is important to realize what features of a programming language are actually open source ...
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Takeaway: Any clarity that may have developed since 2014 for Section 101 challenges now seems to have faded away. The recent Federal Circuit ruling determining that Section 101 challenges...
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Takeaway: To protect your website from copyright violations, be sure to take down copyrighted material posted by third-parties as soon as you receive actual or red flag notice of the posting ...
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Takeaway: It is always a good idea to seek permission before using the work of another artist in your advertising, even in the case of "street art."
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Takeaway: If the district court denies your motion for summary judgment, ask it to allow you to appeal the decision right away If the case goes to trial, move for a judgment as a matter of law immediately ...
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Takeaway: Purposefully misspelling the name of a product is likely not enough of a change to take a trademark application out of the realm of being considered merely descriptive.
By Jeffrey G. Sheldon
Some insurance policies can be used to defend against a lawsuit for intellectual property infringement. For example, an option for a CGL policy (Comprehensive General Liability Policy)...