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155 Seaport Boulevard
Boston, MA 02210, United States
Contact: Audra Callanan, Director of Marketing and Business Development
Phone: 617-832-1000
Fax: 617-832-7000
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Areas of Practice
  • Administrative Law
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  • Antitrust & Trade Regulation
  • Bankruptcy
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Timeliness Determinations for Inter Partes Review Now Subject to Appellate Review

On January 8, 2018, the en banc Federal Circuit, in Wi-Fi One, LLC v. Broadcom Corp., held that a PTAB decision upon institution as to whether a petition for inter partes review is timely under 35 U.S.C. § 315(b) is reviewable…more
 /  Administrative Law, Civil Procedure, Intellectual Property

Settlement Offers Guidance on What “Reasonable” Security Means Under COPPA

The FTC’s COPPA Guidance does an admirable job explaining the basics of what a business needs to do to comply with COPPA, but is vague as to how a business must protect personal information collected from children. The COPPA…more
 /  Antitrust & Trade Regulation, Business Organizations, Communications & Media Law, Consumer Protection, Privacy

The Many Faces of Google’s Arts & Culture App (Except in Illinois and Texas)

Those of our readers who frequent social media may have noticed a newly-popular juxtaposition between selfies and art (or perhaps one should say between selfies and other forms of art)—a feature in the Google Arts & Culture app…more
 /  Communications & Media Law, Privacy, Science, Computers, & Technology

When Did Chevron Become a Dirty Word?

Last week the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals rejected arguments that the Fish and Wildlife Service may only issue permits under the Migratory Bird Treaty Act for the “scientific use” of a species where the use will benefit the…more
 /  Environmental Law

Creative Trademark Enforcement Part III: The Southern Hospitality Of Old No. 7

Over the past few years, we have seen numerous instances of companies protecting their trademarks in creative ways – approaches that leverage humor and the brands themselves in order to achieve an acceptable legal outcome while…more
 /  Intellectual Property

Martin Luther King, Jr. And Copyright: Five Things You Should Know

January 15 is Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, marking what would have been the 89th birthday of the great civil rights leader and Baptist minister. Although copyright is not (and should not be) the first thing that comes to mind…more
 /  Intellectual Property

FERC Rejects Grid Reliability and Resilience Pricing — For Now!

On January 8, 2018, FERC terminated the docket it opened in response to DOE Secretary Perry’s September proposal to compensate generators who maintain a 90-day fuel supply on-site. The intent of the proposal was to compensate…more
 /  Energy & Utilities, Environmental Law, Science, Computers, & Technology

EPA Does Have a Duty to Update Its Lead Paint Standards: Cass Sunstein Agrees With Me

As a follow-up to my post last week about the 9th Circuit decision requiring EPA to propose new lead paint standards under TSCA within 90 days, I was encouraged to see Cass Sunstein support the decision in a BloombergView piece…more
 /  Consumer Protection, Environmental Law, Personal Injury

Does EPA Have a Non-discretionary Duty To Make a Statute Work?

If this Administration’s first year has taught us anything, it is that determining when EPA has an affirmative duty to act is going to be very important over the remaining 3 (or 7!) years of the Trump presidency. That was the…more
 /  Administrative Law, Civil Procedure, Environmental Law, Science, Computers, & Technology

Creative Trademark Enforcement Part II: Shutting Down The Upside Down

Over the past few years, we have seen numerous instances of companies protecting their trademarks in creative ways – approaches that leverage humor and the brands themselves in order to achieve an acceptable legal outcome while…more
 /  Art, Entertainment, & Sports Law, Intellectual Property

Some Extreme Climate Events Would Not Have Happened But For Climate Change: Lawyers Are Paying Attention

Today’s ClimateWire (subscription required) contained a long summary of evidence that scientists are increasingly able to demonstrate that climate change is what we lawyers would call the “but for” cause of extreme weather…more
 /  Environmental Law

Recent Federal Legislation Demonstrates Growing Federal Interest in Blockchain for Cybersecurity

Recent federal legislation indicates a growing federal interest in blockchain as a potentially integral technology in cybersecurity systems. This comes on the heels of recent legislation in the New York Assembly also suggesting…more
 /  Consumer Protection, Privacy, Science, Computers, & Technology

South Korean Cryptocurrency Exchange Hacked (Again)

As part of our Year in Preview series, we’ve recently covered both international cyberwar and the rise of cryptocurrency. Just before the holidays, both of these topics collided in a decidedly unpleasant manner. On December…more
 /  Bankruptcy, Finance & Banking, International Law & Trade, Science, Computers, & Technology

Seismic Business Immigration Policy Shift in the Works for 2018

New changes to H-1B Lottery; H-4 EADs on the chopping block; AC 21 H-1B extensions in trouble; and how to plan for it all - Changes to the H-1B Program and the H-1B Visa Lottery - The Department of Homeland Security (DHS)…more
 /  Labor & Employment Law, Immigration Law

Massachusetts SJC Limits Wage Act Liability for Board Members and Investors

In an otherwise quiet week in the world of employment law, the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court (SJC) issued an important decision limiting the scope of personal liability under the Massachusetts Wage Act. In Andrew Segal…more
 /  Business Organizations, Labor & Employment Law
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