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“Your Assignment, Should You Choose to Enforce It”: New case law on IP assignment contracts obligates employers to diligently protect their legal rights

The United States Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit, which hears all appeals involving patent law complaints, recently decided Personalized User Model, LLP, and Konig v. Google, Inc., case 14-1841/15-1022 (Fed. Cir., Aug. 18, 2015), which focused on an...

August 2014 News

In Limelight v. Akamai, the Supreme Court unanimously overturned the Federal Circuit’s rule on induced patent infringement. The Court reaffirmed the requirement that induced infringement cannot occur without direct infringement. In the case of method patents,...

February 2014 News

Last week a new coffee shop opened up to Los Angeles, intriguing and baffling residents. It was called “Dumb Starbucks Coffee,” and was almost indistinguishable inside and outside from a Starbucks, with the addition of the word dumb. For a few days, the...