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Federal Courts’ #MeToo Response Is A Guide For State Courts
Recent workplace assessments from two groups in the federal judiciary are instructive for state courts that choose to similarly review their misconduct policies and address [...]
Invest Pic v. SAP America, Inc. Amicus Brief Takes on CAFC’s ‘Physical Realm’ Test
Among the eight amicus curiae briefs filed Monday with the U.S. Supreme Court in InvestPic, LLC, v. SAP America, Inc., Eagle Forum Education & Legal [...]
Invest Pic v. SAP America, Inc. Amicus Brief Takes on CAFC’s ‘Physical Realm’ Test
Among the seven amicus curiae briefs filed Monday with the U.S. Supreme Court in InvestPic, LLC, v. SAP America, Inc., Eagle Forum Education & Legal [...]
Chancery Sanctions Ex-Panera IT Execs For Trashing Records
The Delaware Chancery Court sanctioned three former Panera LLC information technology executives Tuesday for deleting or destroying records sought by Panera for its case in [...]
Riding #MeToo Wave, State Courts Get Their Ships In Order
Most state court systems have already been rolling out their own changes in the wake of federal #MeToo reforms, but making judges accountable for sexual [...]
PTAB Precedential Orders Set Guidance On Interested Parties
The Patent Trial and Appeal Board on Tuesday designated as precedential three decisions addressing the rule that patent challengers must identify all interested parties, with [...]
EEOC’s Lipnic On Sexual Harassment In The Courthouse
Here, the head of the EEOC talks to Law360 about being in the midst of a movement, why court employees are particularly vulnerable to harassment [...]
Tam 2.0? SCOTUS Likely to Strike Down Bar on Immoral/Scandalous Marks in Iancu v. Brunetti
Following our visit to the Supreme Court for Monday’s entertaining oral argument in Iancu v. Brunetti, we can report that the Court seems likely to [...]
Tam 2.0? SCOTUS Likely to Strike Down Bar on Immoral/Scandalous Marks in Iancu v. Brunetti
Following our visit to the Supreme Court for Monday’s entertaining oral argument in Iancu v. Brunetti, we can report that the Court seems likely to [...]
Sony Magnetic Tape Patent Should Be Axed, Fed. Circ. Told
Fujifilm on Monday urged the Federal Circuit to flip a Patent Trial and Appeal Board ruling that upheld the validity of a Sony Corp. patent [...]
Davis Wright Nabs Music Festival, Esports Pro From Akerman
Davis Wright Tremaine LLP has added a specialist on music festivals and esports from Akerman LLP who will bring years of intellectual property and transactions [...]
‘Meme-ification’ Isn’t A Thing, ‘Pepe’ Artist Tells InfoWars
The creator of Pepe the Frog, which has become an online symbol of the alt-right, blasted InfoWars’ attempt to escape his infringement suit Monday, saying [...]
PTAB Upholds Ametek Patent After Fed. Circ. Remand
The Patent Trial and Appeal Board upheld an Ametek Denmark patent on a temperature calibrating system on Monday, months after the Federal Circuit instructed the [...]
Jackson Estate Looks To Arbitrate HBO’s ‘Neverland’ Dispute
Michael Jackson's estate asked a California federal judge Monday to send to arbitration claims that HBO breached a contract with the late singer's estate when [...]
WesternGeco Justifies $34M Verdict, Power Integrations Says
A Delaware federal judge rightly found that Power Integrations Inc. is entitled to worldwide infringement damages from Fairchild Semiconductor International Inc. in the wake of [...]
Fitness Co. Seeks Ban On Nautilus Elliptical Machine Imports
Fresh off a loss at the Fifth Circuit, Icon Health & Fitness Inc. has filed a complaint with the U.S. International Trade Commission seeking to [...]
Why I Became A Lawyer: A Circuitous Path To The Law
Instead of going to college after high school, I followed in my father’s footsteps and became an electrician. Later I became an electrical engineer, and [...]
Iceland v Iceland: EUIPO turns up heat on descriptiveness
Following a request from Iceland’s government, the EUIPO has invalidated Iceland Foods’ trademark in a decision that shows how rights owners must give solid evidence [...]
Iceland v Iceland: EUIPO turns up heat on descriptiveness
Following a request from Iceland’s government, the EUIPO has invalidated Iceland Foods’ trademark in a decision that shows how rights owners must give solid evidence [...]
Iceland v Iceland: EUIPO turns up heat on descriptiveness
Following a request from Iceland’s government, the EUIPO has invalidated Iceland Foods’ trademark in a decision that shows how rights owners must give solid evidence [...]
Iceland v Iceland: EUIPO turns up heat on descriptiveness
Following a request from Iceland’s government, the EUIPO has invalidated Iceland Foods’ trademark in a decision that shows how rights owners must give solid evidence [...]
Iceland v Iceland: EUIPO turns up heat on descriptiveness
Following a request from Iceland’s government, the EUIPO has invalidated Iceland Foods’ trademark in a decision that shows how rights owners must give solid evidence [...]
BREAKING: Apple, Qualcomm Drop Multibillion-Dollar Licensing War
Apple and Qualcomm have settled their multibillion-dollar dispute over Qualcomm's patent-licensing practices just after opening statements in the long-awaited antitrust trial in San Diego about [...]
‘Buck Rogers’ IP Trust Dispute Dropped, For Now
A Pennsylvania woman claiming to run a family trust that owns the rights to classic science fiction character Buck Rogers has withdrawn her federal lawsuit [...]
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Automation Anywhere Digital Workforce Summit Sydney

28th September 2018 Events | Jaclyn-Mae Floro

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26th September 2018 Contracts | Sam Gilbert

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21st September 2018 Data | Sam Gilbert

With the introduction of the GDPR now in full operation,...

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All About GDPR Data Processing Agreements!

16th September 2018 Data | Sam Gilbert

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11th September 2018 Startups | Lara Alexandra

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Spiceworld 2018 for IT Pros and Tech Marketers

7th September 2018 Technology | Jaclyn-Mae Floro

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Why is Privacy Important to my Business?

6th September 2018 Data | Sam Gilbert

Privacy laws are now considered an important part of doing...

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3rd September 2018 Contracts | Sam Gilbert

What is a subcontractor agreement? A subcontractor agreement is a...

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Betting on the Mark: Sportsbet vs CrownBet

29th August 2018 Trade Marks | Sam Gilbert

Online-betting giants Crownbet and Sportsbet are going toe-toe over a...

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Online Legal Services Australia – Do I need an Internet Lawyer?

24th August 2018 Technology | Sam Gilbert

In today’s digital world, it is important that lawyers keep...

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A Guide to Notifiable Data Breaches in Australia

16th August 2018 Data | Lara Alexandra

A data breach occurs when unauthorised parties access protected or...

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