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August 26, 2022 | Law.com

Skilled in the Art With Scott Graham: The Winds Are Shifting at the PTAB + A New Judge and a New Complaint Get a New Result Against Amazon

USPTO Director Kathi Vidal issued a first-of-its-kind order this week instructing a PTAB panel to reconsider a preliminary order in an America Invents Act proceeding.
8 minute read
August 05, 2022 | Law.com

Skilled in the Art With Scott Graham: What's Top of Mind for the Federal Circuit Bar Association's New Prez? + The Teachers Unions (and Sovereign Wealth Funds) Behind VLSI Technology

Knobbe Martens partner Joe Reisman has his eyes on a crush of appeals that is heading toward the DC-based appellate court.
13 minute read
January 07, 2022 | Law.com

Skilled in the Art With Scott Graham: Who's Arguing the Sequel to Oracle v. Google? + Amazon Will Have to Win Section 101 Motion Twice + Leahy and Issa Come Together at Supreme Court

SAS Institute v. World Programming Limited features the same issues, some of the same litigators and many of the same amici curiae as the famous Supreme Court showdown.
11 minute read
November 12, 2021 | The Recorder

Ex-Microsemi CEO Seeks New Fraud Claims Over Failed Tech Company Investment

A judge has twice denied terminating sanctions requested by the defense, though she recently approved dueling sanctions motions.
5 minute read
September 24, 2021 | Law.com

Skilled in the Art with Scott Graham: Will Sen. Leahy Get to Reinvent the America Invents Act? + Big Firms Go to War Over Narcolepsy Treatment + Don't Tell Judge Donato About Those IPRs

Ropes & Gray partner Scott McKeown lays out the odds for provisions of Sen. Leahy's forthcoming Reinventing the America Invents Act. Jazz Pharmaceuticals and Avadel Pharmaceuticals are on high alert over narcolepsy drug patents.
8 minute read
August 14, 2020 | The Recorder

Juniper Explains Why It Got Fed Up With Patent Licensing Campaign

Arizona patent owner's letters to at least three Valley networking companies, its appearances at local trade shows, and its NDA with RPX Corp. make Northern District the 'epicenter' of its campaign, Juniper contends.
3 minute read
August 14, 2020 | Law.com

Skilled in the Art: Is 'Overtime by Dick's' a Flagrant Foul? + Juniper Sees Licensing Campaign 'Epicenter' in ND-Cal + Rory McIlroy Holes Out of Trademark Suit

Dick's Sporting Goods turns to Kirkland, and Juniper Networks spells out why it thinks a licensing campaign crossed the line.
9 minute read
February 07, 2020 | Litigation Daily

Litigation Funder Agrees to Arbitrate Claims Against Tom Girardi

Arizona lender Stillwell Madison, represented by counsel at DLA Piper, has agreed to stay its fraud claims against Girardi, his law firm and his wife while it arbitrates contract claims related to a $3,454,804 loan forbearance agreement.
3 minute read
February 07, 2020 | The Recorder

Litigation Funder Agrees to Arbitrate Claims Against Girardi

Arizona lender Stillwell Madison, represented by counsel at DLA Piper, has agreed to stay its fraud claims against Girardi, his law firm and his wife while it arbitrates contract claims related to a $3,454,804 loan forbearance agreement.
3 minute read
January 13, 2020 | The Recorder

Arizona Court Tosses Girardi's Early Bid to Dismiss Litigation Funder's Suit

U.S. District Judge Steven Logan found that Girardi's out-of-state lawyers hadn't obtained pro hac vice status in the case before filing the motion to dismiss and his local counsel hadn't filed the appropriate notice to appear in the case.
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