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  1. Germany

    1. Munich

      Highlight Business Towers, Mies van der Rohe Strasse 8, Munich 80807, Germany T 49 89 7104 1020 F 49 89 7104 1024 4
  2. USA

    1. Atlanta GA

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    2. Austin TX

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    3. Boston MA

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    4. Houston TX

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    5. Minneapolis MN

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    6. New York NY (Citigroup Center - 52nd Floor)

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    7. New York NY (601 Lexington Avenue)

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    8. Redwood City CA

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    9. San Diego CA

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    10. Washington DC

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    11. Wilmington DE

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  1. Hatch-Waxman actions: who do you (can you) sue?

    USA - August 8 2014

    After receipt of a so-called Paragraph IV Notice from a generic company, a patentee - the brand company? Has 45 days in which to file suit to secure

  2. Feds raid Reckitt Benckiser offices; criminal probe underway

    USA - December 13 2013

    Reckitt Benckiser's offices in Richmond, Va., were raided by a team of IRS and Office of Inspector General (OIG) agents on December 3rd. The raid

  3. Judge Davis would make a good damages expert (CSIRO v Cisco)

    USA - August 4 2014

    On July 23, 2014, Judge Davis of the Eastern District of Texas issued findings of fact and conclusions of law regarding damages figures in CSIRO v

  4. When sleeping dogs aren’t allowed to lie

    USA - August 11 2014

    As we close year two of patent reform, we should be mindful that we only have six more years to use Covered Business Method review under the America

  5. Navigating FDA guidance on Facebook and social media

    USA - March 18 2013

    The FDA recently warned AMARC Enterprises, Inc., a California-based dietary supplement company, that its Facebook page was not in compliance with FDA

  1. N.D. Ga. rejects indefiniteness argument under Nautilus v. Biosig

    USA - August 26 2014

    Was Nautilus much ado about nothing? In the wake of the Supreme Court's June decision in Nautilus, Inc. v. Biosig Instruments, Inc., many have

  2. Federal Circuit affirms inequitable conduct finding in Apotex v. UCB

    USA - August 20 2014

    The Federal Circuit’s recent decision in Apotex, Inc. v. UCB, Inc., F.3d -, 2014 WL 3973498 (Aug. 15, 2014), confirms that the doctrine of

  3. IPR’s and the Hatch-Waxman 30-month stay of FDA approval

    USA - August 12 2014

    When a patentee (the "brand") files suit under the applicable provision of the Hatch-Waxman Act ("the Act"), 35 U.S.C. 271(e)(2)(A), against a

  4. When sleeping dogs aren’t allowed to lie

    USA - August 11 2014

    As we close year two of patent reform, we should be mindful that we only have six more years to use Covered Business Method review under the America

  5. Hatch-Waxman actions: who do you (can you) sue?

    USA - August 8 2014

    After receipt of a so-called Paragraph IV Notice from a generic company, a patentee - the brand company? Has 45 days in which to file suit to secure