Presidents aren’t supposed to behave like this.
The approval rate can’t remain at 1 percent forever… can it?
Ninth Circuit judges expressed reluctance Wednesday to hear oral argument from an attorney who lost a contentious trade secrets dispute on a terminating sanction, worrying the lawyer was conflicted because if the panel reversed a lower court’s decision not to grant attorneys’ fees in the case, she could be pitted against her client, Loop AI Labs Inc.
The estate of artist Robert Indiana won a bid on Tuesday to arbitrate American Image Art’s crossclaims against it, which stem from a lawsuit alleging that the man behind the iconic “LOVE” image allowed friends to manipulate him and forge his works.
The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office said Wednesday that America Invents Act reviews will start using the same claim construction standard as district courts beginning Nov. 13, and while the change will not usually result in different outcomes in the reviews, it will reshape strategy for litigants, attorneys say.
A member of China’s intelligence agency has been extradited to the U.S. to face charges of attempting to gather trade secrets from jet engine manufacturer GE Aviation, federal prosecutors announced Wednesday.
A Swedish investment firm Wednesday accused Teva Pharmaceuticals in Connecticut federal court of lying to shareholders about an alleged scheme to pump up its share prices through a series of unsustainable price hikes that ultimately resulted in a spate of antitrust suits and the collapse of its market value.
A patent owner asked the U.S. Supreme Court on Tuesday to examine the “multiple proceedings rule” for challenges to a patent’s validity, arguing the Patent Trial and Appeal Board has been inconsistent in how it applies the rule in America Invents Act reviews.
Puma must face claims that the German sportswear company is knowingly ripping off Nike’s patented knitted shoe designs, a Massachusetts federal judge ruled Wednesday, queuing a legal battle over the trendy, sock-like features of Nike’s Flyknit series and Puma’s Netfit series.
Duane Morris LLP added a Knobbe Martens intellectual property veteran with a wide range of experience and expertise in trade secret matters as a partner to its San Diego office, the firm announced.