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The Supreme Court to Consider Patent Infringement Damages Accrued Abroad

The Supreme Court has granted certiorari to consider whether damages for infringement of a U.S. patent include lost profits resulting from activities outside the U.S....more

Intellectual Property Ownership: when you don’t know what you DON’T have (Part I)

In our last communication entitled “Intellectual Property: when you don’t know what you have,” we explored how businesses often fail to recognize valuable IP rights they own, and therefore, fail to appropriately protect those...more

Intellectual property: when you don’t know what you have

Does my company have any material intellectual property (IP)? If so, what is it, and how do we protect it? Unfortunately, often businesses cannot correctly answer these questions, failing to recognize valuable IP rights...more

If the Defend Trade Secrets Act Becomes Law, How Will it Affect Trade Secrets in Arizona?

If enacted, the federal Defend Trade Secrets Act (“DTSA”) could change how some trade secret misappropriation claims are litigated in Arizona. Trade secret plaintiffs generally must bring claims for misappropriation in state...more

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