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Arbitration Proceeding Do Not Trigger One-Year SOL for Inter Partes Review - Certain Computers and Computer Peripheral Devices,...

In response to a patent owner’s post-institution motion to terminate an inter partes review (IPR) proceeding, an expanded panel of the Patent Trial and Appeal Board (PTAB) gave further definition to the triggering events of...more

Patent Mediation – Interview with John Delehanty, Member, Mintz Levin  [Video]

Attorney John Delehanty, Member of Mintz Levin's Intellectual Property Practice, explains the benefits of using mediation to resolve patent disputes. ...more

Medicis Pharma. Corp. v. Anacor Pharma., Inc., C.A. No. 8095-VCP (Del. Ch. Aug. 12, 2013) (Parsons, V.C.)

In this opinion, the Court of Chancery denied the defendant’s motion to dismiss the plaintiff’s complaint for specific performance of a license agreement, holding that the plaintiff’s claims were not subject to mandatory...more

Business Litigation Report -- August 2013

In This Issue: Main Article: ..Remedying Cyber Attacks Through Trade Secret Claims at the ITC Practice Area Notes: ..Appellate Practice Update ..Arbitration Practice Update ..Class Action Litigation...more

Intellectual Property Newsletter - June 2013

In This Issue: *News from the Bench - Unanimous Supreme Court Ruling on Gene Patentability: Natural DNA “No”/ cDNA “Yes” - CAFC Reverses Denial of Permanent Injunction Based on Perceived Future...more

Arbitral Award of Perpetual License Upheld by Fifth Circuit

Once in a while it seems the people who design live-action war-based video games get into real-world non-virtual disputes of their own. When “Timegate” promised to “Southpeak” that it would design a videogame named “Section...more

Filing Objections to Applications for the Registration of New gTLDs

In June 2011, the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN), the organization responsible for the global coordination of the use of domain names, IP addresses and the like, announced that it would accept...more

Are Your Company’s Consumer Terms and Conditions Enforceable?

Internet giant Paypal recently joined Sony, Microsoft, and Netflix to become one of the latest major companies to include a provision banning consumer class actions in its terms of service. Such waivers now frequently appear...more

Federal District Court Refuses to Compel Arbitration, Holding That Zappos.com's "Browsewrap" Agreement Was Not a Valid Contract

The recent decision in In re Zappos.com Inc., Customer Data Security Breach Litigation is an important reminder to online businesses that rely on browsewrap agreements to ensure that they effectively bind their end users to a...more

E-Discovery Rule Amendments Adopted by Florida Supreme Court

E-discovery rule amendments adopted by Florida Supreme Court This summer, the Supreme Court of Florida finally approved E-discovery rule amendments proposed by The Florida Bar’s Civil Procedure Rules Standing Committee. The...more

Using Technology to Resolve Construction Disputes; Demonstrative Aids

It is virtually impossible to adequately explain a complex construction case without demonstrative aids. Demonstrative evidence has been used by litigants in mediations, arbitrations and trials for years. However, recent...more

Litigation Costs Are Monopolization Damages

In the ongoing Apple v. Samsung war, on June 30, 2012, Judge Lucy H. Koh of the Northern District of California denied Samsung’s bid for summary judgment on the basis that Apple had failed to offer any evidence of antitrust...more

British Columbia On-line Dispute Resolution

On May 7, 2012, the Ministry of Justice for British Columbia announced the introduction of Bill 44, the Civil Resolution Tribunal Act. If enacted, British Columbia would become the first jurisdiction in Canada to create a...more

Business Litigation Report -- February 2012

In This Issue: Dukes Is No Hazard: Eight Months On, District Courts Have Been Largely Unmoved by Wal-Mart Stores, Inc. v. Dukes New York Clarifies that Private Securities Claims are Not Pre-empted by...more

IP Dispute Resolution in England and Wales: why sending a US style “Cease and Desist Letter” or old style “Letter before Action”...

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

Legal Media and Tech Skills for Attorneys: Advice to Help You Get Hired and Improve Your Practice

The advice I often give to recent law graduates is, in a nutshell: Get tech savvy. Develop skills in information design and presentation. Become a whiz with document management. Find your inner geek streak. At a time when...more

California Employment Law Notes - May 2011

In This Issue: - State Limitations On Arbitration Agreements Are Preempted By Federal Law: AT&T Mobility v. Concepcion, 563 U.S. ___, 2011 WL 1561956 (2011) - Employee Who Complained Orally About FLSA Violation...more

Quinn Emanuel Business Litigation Report

In This Issue: Firm News: QE Mannheim’s Transatlantic Patent Litigation Practice Quinn Emanuel Elects Eight New Partners Quinn Emanuel Recognized as One of the Most Innovative Law Firms by The Financial Times Main...more

Virtual Deposition – Streaming For Depositions and Arbitrations

Our court reporting firm is often asked to provide streaming services at depositions. Attorneys and/or expert witnesses at remote locations are able to log onto a url and can participate by seeing and hearing the proceedings....more

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