Represented Pearson Education Inc., the world's largest educational publisher, in obtaining an injunction to prevent the use of mymathlabhelp.com, as a site offering to use a student's user name and password to complete homework assignments on Pearson Education Inc.’s popular mymathlab.com website. In addition to claims under the Lanham Act, the complaint was also based on violations of the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act as well as state claims. The defendants agreed to stop providing this service and to transfer the domain name to our client.

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Environmental litigation for yarn manufacturing supplier
The firm served as lead counsel for defendant, a supplier of spinning accessories throughout the yarn manufacturing sector of the textile industry, more
Ware v. Office Depot Inc.
The firm served as lead counsel on behalf of Office Depot in defense of patent infringement allegations related to networked point of sale more
Security and privacy provisions for global logistics company
Revision of security and privacy provisions in a form of distribution agreement to be used globally by a global logistics provider. more
Patent prosecution and counseling for Children's Medical Center Corporation
Represents Children’s Medical Center Corporation, which is affiliated with Harvard University, and have prepared and prosecuted to issuance numerous more