What Does the Supreme Court Ruling in Alice v. CLS Mean to a Software Entrepreneur?
Bill Beutler on Editing Wikipedia
Inter Partes Review Appeals: What You Need to Know
The AIA Has Moved the Cheese
Emerging Markets: Opportunity, Risk, and What it Means for Brand Protection
How is Graphene Currently Used and What is the Hope for the Future?
Derivation Proceedings: What You Need to Know
What is Graphene? Fenwick Patent Attorney Has the Answer
Examining Trends in Worldwide Design IP Filings
Two Tips for Inventors Filing Patent Applications
Track One and the Patent Prosecution Highway
The Intersection Between Intellectual Property Law and Employment Law
Lessons from Nautilus v. Biosig at the Supreme Court
Examining the Impact of the Supreme Court's Limelight v. Akamai Decision
FCPA Compliance and Ethics Report-Episode 72-interview with Michael Rasmussen
The Evolution of Trade Secret Damages
The Art of Communicating to a Jury
The Evolution of Patent Damages
The Changing Landscape of Intellectual Property in China
How does the IPR Process Work?
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The Antitrust Division of the Department of Justice this month announced that it has opened a review of the 73-year-old ASCAP and BMI Consent Decrees. In its press release, the DOJ noted that it is most interested in comments...more
The rapper known as “50 Cent” stole trade secrets to the tune of $15 million, an arbitrator found.
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US: Draft legislation aims to prohibit Internet gambling - Last month, a draft Internet Gambling Control Act surfaced on the Internet. This proposed legislation, attributed by industry websites to...more
We are pleased to present the 34th edition of the Bernstein Shur Business and Commercial Litigation Newsletter. This month, we highlight news that will have an impact on business and litigation, including articles and links...more
As courts throughout the U.S. have become more and more backlogged with cases, and as the financial stakes in litigation have grown increasingly larger, so too has the need for quality alternative dispute resolution (ADR)...more
There have been many attempts over the last few years to address online copyright infringement. The most recent effort is the Copyright Alert System (“CAS”), which was rolled out in February 2013 as a system created to...more
Former band members of 90's "En Vogue," settle trademark dispute via arbitration award. Defendant's in the case question if the arbitrator over-reached in making a decision on the merits of the case when those questions...more
This article originally published in The Briefs magazine of the Orange County Bar Association in Orlando, Florida discusses the Alternative Dispute Resolution technique in litigation known as Early Neutral Evaluation (ENE)...more
After 113 days, the NHL lockout ended with the NHL and its players association reporting that they have reached a tentative deal. Although they say that a lot of i's need to be dotted and t's need to be crossed, it looks as...more
In This Issue:
- Firm News:
Quinn Emanuel Continues to Build Out International Arbitration Practice and Quinn Emanuel Hosts U.S.-Style Mock Jury Trials in Taipei and Seoul
- Main Article:
Intellectual property litigation in the UK presents two hazards that are not to be found in other countries or indeed other areas of litigation in England and Wales.
First, threats actions: threatening or even hinting at...more
What to do if someone appears to infringe your patent, copyright, design, trade mark or other intellectual property right or accuses you of infringing his or her rights?
Litigation is expensive in England and Wales and...more
In a ruling that is still sending tremors across professional sports leagues, the U.S. Supreme Court rejected the National Football League's (NFL) request for antitrust law protection, finding the league to be 32 separate...more
In late 2004, in pursuit of its modest goal to "organize the world's knowledge" (and to monetize organized access to it) Google announced a program of digitizing books. The program evolved into two parallel projects: The...more
Summary of the grievance procedures for American music performance rights organizations ASCAP, BMI and SESAC....more
When a composer contracts to provide music for a movie, TV show or other similar entertainment, those contracts are generally work-made-for-hire contracts under section 101 of Title 17 of the United States Code. As such, the...more
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