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Pooley’s Corner: When Taking Trade Secrets Becomes a Crime

In the recent lawsuit filed against Uber by Waymo for hiring the head of its driverless car project, what would have been a normal discovery dispute over access to a report suddenly became a lot more complicated when the...more

Lawyers, How Well Do You Know Your Clients' Business? Here's Why It Matters...

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How can we think that anything is more important to a lawyer’s professional reputation than being responsive and knowing the client’s business?...more

5 Key Takeaways: Patent Litigation Trends

Kilpatrick Townsend attorneys Andy Rinehart and Dr. Jennifer Giordano-Coltart recently presented their assessment of trends in patent litigation and prosecution at the firm’s annual patent CLE in Research Triangle Park....more

Content Marketing Strategy for Lawyers: Provide Value, Build Relationships

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When it comes to content marketing by lawyers, focus on what matters most....more

Can Inactive Lawyers Claim Privilege Protection for their Communications?

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Some lawyers deliberately or inadvertently let their licenses lapse, but still give advice to clients and prepare related documents. What privilege implications come from such a scenario? In John Ernst Lucken...more

Different Power Rules Apply to Men than to Women (LWB Farewell Series)

by William Henderson on

A just released study by the Yale Law Women documents that class participation at Yale Law tends to be disproportionately male (H/T to Jeff and Lior Strahilevitz at Prawfblawg). Although the report offers prescriptive advice...more

Back to Basics: 10 Steps to Take After Client Feedback

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The only hard and fast rule we have about feedback is: “Don’t ASK unless you are willing to ACT!” It is far more damaging to ask for feedback and not address it than it is to not ask at all. As Nat shared in a recent post,...more

Bi-Modal Distribution: A Picture of the Melting Right Mode (LWB Farewell Series)

by William Henderson on

The biggest break I ever got in my academic career occurred nearly ten years ago when I attended the Council meeting for Section on Legal Education and Admissions to the Bar at the August 2007 ABA Annual Meeting. I was one...more

WARNING: Follow Rules Governing Objections To Discovery Requests Or Waive Them

On February 28, 2017, Southern District of New York Magistrate Judge Andrew J. Peck issued a warning shot, stylized as a “wake-up call,” to the SDNY Bar: comply with the now 15-month-old amendments to the Federal Rules of...more

Courts Make Clear that General Objections are Generally Inappropriate

by Cole Schotz on

If your practice involves discovery, chances are you have been on the receiving end (and maybe the dispensing end) of prolix boilerplate general objections in response to interrogatories or document demands. Whatever logic...more

The Expert Report: Key Considerations

by Cozen O'Connor on

Product liability cases often present challenging and complex issues which require the use of experts. If you are litigating in federal court, any expert you designate will be required to provide a written report. ...more

App Privacy Litigation Settles For $5.3 Million

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Several major app developers, including Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, and Yelp, settled a putative class action pending in California federal court last week. The app companies have agreed to pay a consolidated $5.3 million...more

Business Development Not-to-Do #5: Live In the Past

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Clients in mature industries experience the same increased competition, price pressure, and shrinking margins as you do. ...more

Blizzard v. Bossland: Game Over for Video Game Botting?

I’m a rules follower. Going back to the days of the Game Genie—a device that allowed gamers to play Super Mario Bros. with infinite lives or the Legend of Zelda with infinite bombs—I have always preferred the satisfaction of...more

Little Words That Can Make a Big Difference: i.e. Versus e.g.

The difference between “i.e.” (id est, “that is”) and “e.g.” (exempli gratia, “for example”) comes up in patent cases from time to time. While the difference is not always clear to some practitioners, it is clear to the...more

Litigators Warned to Update Their "Form File" Objections and Responses to Comply with Rule 34

In Fischer v. Forrest, No. 14 Civ. 1304 (PAE) (AJP), 14 Civ. 1307 (PAE) (AJP), 2017 WL 773694 (S.D.N.Y. Feb. 28, 2017), Magistrate Judge Alexander J. Peck issued a "discovery wake-up call" to the bar of the Southern District...more

UK High Court Issues Important Ruling on Licensing of Standard Essential Patents

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On April 5, 2017, the High Court of Justice in the UK ruled that if a patent holder claims that a patent is essential under the ETSI IPR Policy, it must license that patent to third parties on fair, reasonable, and...more

Don’t Forget to Establish Personal Jurisdiction in Defend Trade Secrets Act Cases

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It is well known that 18 U.S.C. § 1836, et seq. (the Defend Trade Secrets Act or “DTSA”) finally provides a mechanism for pursing trade secret claims in federal court. A recent decision, however, serves as an excellent...more

Your Business Drone Crashed... What Do You Do?

by Rumberger Kirk & Caldwell on

Understanding FAA & NTSB Drone Accident Reporting Requirements - When a corporate drone crashes, it can be one of the worst-case scenarios for owners who rely on UAS technology to conduct a wide-array of business...more

Lawyers in Flow: Get out of your Head and into your Case

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Time Magazine recently listed the legal profession as one of the five worst high-paying jobs in the country. "Lawyers turn to drugs and alcohol because their jobs suck. ... With those fat paychecks come long hours,...more

How to Get Paid to Learn

Q&A with James Clear, who gets paid to learn. His writing on the hidden forces that shape our habits using them to maximize performance is read by over one million people per month....more

Court Tells Litigants “NO MORE WARNINGS” When It Comes to Boilerplate Discovery Objections: eDiscovery Case Law

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In Liguria Foods, Inc. v. Griffith Laboratories, Inc., C 14-3041-MWB (N.D. Iowa Mar. 13, 2017), Iowa District Judge Mark W. Bennett declined to sanction the parties for issuing boilerplate objections, but strongly warned them...more

Two Times Twelve Doesn’t Necessarily Equal Twenty-Four

by Faegre Baker Daniels on

In the august halls of a federal courthouse, things aren’t always what they seem. Say, for example, court rules require that briefs must “be double-spaced and in 12-point font with 1-inch margins.” Knowing that a “point” is...more

In-House Perspective: Operating in a Complex World Can be Complicated

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The latest in our series of perspectives by in-house attorneys; on operating successfully in a complex world, by Matt Fawcett, senior VP, general counsel, chief compliance counsel, and secretary for NetApp....more

E-Discovery Update: Seriously, Folks, the Federal Rules Have Changed

by McGuireWoods LLP on

It has been well over a year since the 2015 amendments to the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure went into effect, and members of the judiciary are increasingly less tolerant of attorneys’ failure to conform to the new...more

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