On April 19, 2013, the U.S. International Trade Commission (“Commission”) published final Rules of General Application and Adjudication and Enforcement (78 Fed. Reg. 23474-82), which become effective on May 20, 2013. The...more
Most non-compete (and some trade secrets) cases are effectively decided at the preliminary injunction stages. For counsel, this means that a significant part of the lawsuit must be tried quickly and with great efficiency....more
In complex litigation, and particularly trademark, patent litigation, court reporters often are asked to designate portions of transcripts as CONFIDENTIAL and/or ATTORNEYS’ EYES ONLY. The procedure to take out the...more
Is someone terrorizing you? Do you constantly feel afraid and worried about your safety? If so, an order of protection may help protect you.
What is an Order of Protection?
It is a paper signed by a judge that...more
Free-to-play games are all the rage these days. Many people while away their days playing Angry Birds, or Words with Friends before going home to watch Monday Night Football. Nerds — and, increasingly, “normal people” — do...more
Companies in product liability litigation often request Fed. R. Civ. P. 26(c) protective orders in order to protect their trade secrets and confidential information from being leaked to the public. When a protective order is...more
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