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18 August 2014
Lessons from the Recent Supreme Court Term: Ordinary Rules Apply in Patent Cases Legal Alerts
03 October 2011
Is An Express Contract Always Better?
Source: Law 360
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29 July 2011
Myriad Questions with but Two Answers: Isolated DNA is Patentable Subject Matter but Certain Diagnostic Method Claims are Patent Ineligible Legal Alerts
31 May 2011
What You Know May Hurt You, but What You Try to Avoid Knowing May Hurt Just as Much: The Supreme Court Requires Knowledge of Patent Infringement to Justify Liability for Inducing Infringement, but “Willful Blindness” to Such Knowledge Equally Satisfies the “Knowledge” Requirement Under §271(b) Legal Alerts
26 May 2011
Back to the Future: the Federal Circuit Clarifies and Raises Standards for Proving Inequitable Conduct by Defining Requirements that Amount to Fraud on the Patent Office, the Historic Linguistic Description of Conduct to Render Patents Unenforceable Legal Alerts
01 February 2011
Is a §145 Action More a 'Trial' in a District Court or an 'Appeal' in a Circuit Court? The Federal Circuit Answers in Favor of Trial
Source: Intellectual Property & Technology Law Journal
Articles
27 January 2011
Divided Infringement Theory Knocked Out of Joint? Legal Alerts
10 January 2011
25 Percent Rule For Damages Is Now 100 Percent Dead; Expert Reports Must Now Predicate Damages On The Specific Circumstances Of The Case, Not General, Arbitrary Theories. Legal Alerts
20 December 2010
Method of Treatment Claims Alive and Well Legal Alerts
09 December 2010
Shades of Grayscale Federal Circuit Opines on Abstractness Post-Bilski Legal Alerts

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Patent litigation for global industrial company
Represented a global industrial company in a patent case involving a plastic carrier for integrated circuit chips. The firm obtained a defense more
First Amendment case for two large media entities
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Esbin & Alter LLP v. Zappier et al.
Retained to defend independent software developer on a pro bono basis against former law firm employer that alleged copyright infringement, fraud, more
Auto-Kaps LLC v. Clorox Co., No. 2:15-cv-01737 (E.D.N.Y. 2015).
Represent Clorox in a patent infringement claim alleging that the spray bottle in which Clorox sells almost all its liquid cleaning products more