An IP Primer – Part 3: What are the first steps an organization should take when accused of infringement?

Dec 29, 2014 By: Patrick Hughes

Any company can be the target of an infringement suit, even if that company owns no patents, holds no copyright registrations and has no registered trademarks.

An IP Primer – Part 2: What significant court cases are occurring that require attention?

Dec 19, 2014 By: Patrick Hughes and Jason Seashore

The Supreme Court cases attorneys at corporations probably should know involve ways of mitigating the cost of suits brought by patent holders

Aereo ruling stifles technological innovation

Aug 4, 2014 By: Jeremy Byellin

Last June’s ABC v. Aereo ruling, the Supreme Court was an ends-based decision that will create legal uncertainties for new technologies that it pertains to.

Harnessing Young Brainpower at the Allen Institute for Brain Science

Jan 30, 2014 By: Karen Deuschle

What do you do when your organization has the opportunity to change the world – but you’re short on the legal workforce

Recent YouTube ruling underscores obstacles in combining numerous copyright infringement claims

Jul 18, 2013 By: Jeremy Byellin

An April ruling granting summary judgment to YouTube against Viacom for its copyright infringement suit against the online video giant underscores the difficulty of rolling multiple infringement claims into one action.