There are a few key patent law principles that every lawyer really needs to know.
Spurned here, U.S. nonpracticing entities eye Europe.
The FTC wants to know what you think of "patent trolls."
At the Association of Corporate Counsel's Annual Meeting in Los Angeles, technology company in-house counsel signaled their support for the patent litigation reforms proposed in the Innovation Act.
New legislation aimed at curbing patent litigation abuse by so-called "patent trolls" has been well received by the public and by much of the Congress, but many members of the patent bar are saying it's a task that should remain in the hands of the judiciary.
It may be time for so-called patent trolls to go back and hide under their respective bridges, according to Cisco Systems Inc. general counsel Mark Chandler.
A day after Representative Bob Goodlatte (R-Va.) unveiled a comprehensive patent lawsuit reform bill to fight so-called patent trolls, the House Judiciary Committee chairman came to a Washington, D.C., think tank to tout his legislation and solicit support for the measure.
Marshall Phelps, the man often credited with changing the face of intellectual property in the U.S., has been named the new chief executive officer of patent crowdsourcing research company Article One Partners.
The chairman of the House Judiciary Committee introduced a comprehensive patent lawsuit reform bill that would change the way cases move through the federal courts.
The high stakes that companies faced, and the constant barrage of suits, kept law firms' patent practices busy, according to results from our "2013 Patent Litigation Survey," which ranks law firms according to how many federal district court patent suits they handled in 2012.
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