Lawyers at Pierce Bainbridge will tell you that they’ve never had so much fun practicing law.
Recently, I was fortunate to have had a chance to conduct a written interview with a prominent IP attorney, David L. Hecht, co-head of the IP Group and New York office of Pierce Bainbridge Beck Price & Hecht LLP (“Pierce Bainbridge”). I have known David for a few years, having first met him while he …
Will new IP punishments have an impact on American citizens traveling to China?
It is our job as patent lawyers to share some encouragement and a dose of realistic expectations about the demands of achieving success in our area of law.
Innovation in the coach seating space is a good example of how companies hope to drive demand for their products through unique offerings.
Every time we choose convenience over careful consideration of a purchase is another increased opportunity for us to unwittingly buy an infringing product.
We as IP lawyers should be more vocal in calling out patent scams, which means reporting abusive practices when we encounter them.
As IP lawyers, we have to counsel our clients based on the business realities of the day — and today’s reality means respecting China.
We deserve to know what our politicians think about the proper role of IP laws in governing economic behavior.
Eli Mazour has interviewed important IP practitioners and judges on his Clause 8 podcast, and some have shared some very interesting personal stories with him.