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UPDATE: BOSTON’S Founder and a Former Bandmate Still Seek Peace of Mind

USA - January 4 2017 We have written previously about Scholz v. Goudreau, No. 13-CV-10951 (D. Mass.); the case recently went to trial on the parties’ surviving claims, and

Assignments in the United States do not always pass muster in Europe

European Union, USA - January 15 2013 In the United States, where an inventor must assign ownership of patent rights to his or her employer or another company, he or she signs an

Foreign Filing License in a Nutshell

USA - March 28 2016 Foreign filing licenses do not typically require much attention in daily practice since the license is routinely applied for and granted as a matter

USPTO now gives applicants two months to reply to restriction requirements and other actions without applicants having to pay a fee

USA - January 15 2014 In our November issue, we highlighted some patent rule changes that have since taken effect as part of the Patent Law Treaties Implementation Act of

New Website Provides Useful Examiner Data for Free

USA - April 14 2016 A website recently launched that aggregates individual examiner data in real-time to provide practitioners with information they may find helpful in

Product Liability: 2016 Year in Review

USA - January 19 2017 Massachusetts state and federal courts issued a number of important product liability decisions in 2016. The Product Liability and Toxic Tort

Trademark Solicitation Scams

USA - January 17 2017 Last month the United States Patent and Trademark Office (“the Office”) announced its cooperation in a Department of Justice investigation into a

Substantive Consolidation Recent Decisions Examine a Bankruptcy Court’s Ability to Augment a Debtor’s Estate

USA - January 17 2017 Two recent opinions concerning the law of substantive consolidation should be of interest to business owners and commercial real estate market

UPDATE: BOSTON’S Founder and a Former Bandmate Still Seek Peace of Mind

USA - January 4 2017 We have written previously about Scholz v. Goudreau, No. 13-CV-10951 (D. Mass.); the case recently went to trial on the parties’ surviving claims, and

Nutter Bank Report, December 2016

USA - December 27 2016 The OCC has announced that it will consider applications for special purpose National Bank charters for financial technology (“fintech”) companies