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By R. David Donoghue, Steven Jedlinski, Anthony Fuga
The patent venue statute, 28 U.S.C. 1400(b) (the statute), states that "[a]ny civil action for patent infringement may be brought in the judicial district where the defendant resides...
By Jacqueline Win, Calon Russell, Allison Martin Rhodes
The Supreme Court of California has held that California attorney-client privilege categorically protects attorney invoices for ongoing matters, but the degree of protection for concluded matters...
By Daniel Small
Partner Daniel Small, who served alongside Robert Mueller at the U.S. Attorney office in the 1980s, provides insight about Mueller, who was named special counsel to investigate potential...
By Eric Crusius
Government Contracts attorney Eric Crusius discusses the impact the White House's cybersecurity executive order will have on vendors that sell to the government.
By Trisha Rich
Formal Ethics Opinion 477 updates an outdated 1999 opinion on encrypted communications, which provided generally that a lawyer could...
By Antonio Casares Carrillo, Lilia Palma Salas, Jorge Aviles-Cerezo
Telecomm, a Mexican government agency, issued an international Request for Expression of Interest (RFEI) on May 12, 2017, for parties seeking to participate in the Backbone Network Project (Red Troncal).
By Stephen R. Bolotin, Taite McDonald
This year, top automakers began the rollout of connected and autonomous vehicles (CAV) technologies.
By Norma Krayem, Christopher Cwalina
Last week's ransomware attack was one of the most widespread attacks we have seen, with (so far) more than 200,000 machines hit across more than 150 countries.
By Amanda Monchamp, Genna Yarkin
Trial Court Ruled on Partial Record After Party Failed to Lodge Full Administrative Record in CEQA Case
By Gavin Williams, Elena Otero
For many individuals, the end of April brought a sigh of relief as both the first quarter and tax season drew to a close.
By David Glynn
Due diligence is a critical part of assessing any acquisition. But where the target company is involved in providing healthcare items or services, the U.S. DOJ has given buyers yet another reason to...
By Norma Krayem
On May 11, 2017, President Trump signed a long anticipated Cybersecurity Executive Order (EO), Strengthening the Cybersecurity of Federal Networks and Critical Infrastructure."
By Eric Crusius, Norma Krayem
The White House just issued a long-awaited Cybersecurity Executive Order (EO). The EO is divided into five sections, which we will summarize in turn.
By Norma Krayem, Marco Crocetti
On May 11, 2017, President Trump signed the long anticipated Cybersecurity Executive Order (EO), entitled "Strengthening the Cybersecurity of Federal Networks and Critical Infrastructure."
By Lynne Halbrooks
The Department of Defense Inspector General recently published a report summarizing four earlier audits that found DoD officials prepared contractor performance assessment reports – CPARs...
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