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Supreme Court Rejects Plaintiffs' Tactic for Appealing Class Certification Denials

USA - June 13 2017 The U.S. Supreme Court issued a unanimous 8-0 opinion in Microsoft Corp. v. Baker, reversing the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit and...

Rodger R. Cole, Molly Melcher.

Supreme Court Clarifies Copyright Eligibility for Useful Articles

USA - March 23 2017 While much of the legal press may be speculating about the future of the Supreme Court’s Chevron test, yesterday the Court considered a very...

Jedediah Wakefield.

Can Internet Comments and Search Results Prove Trademark Infringement?

USA - November 21 2016 You’ve selected a unique trademark, marketed and sold products under the brand, and continue to build up a base of satisfied customers. But then a...

Eric Ball.

Litigation Alert: The Federal Circuit Forms a Trio of Patent Eligible Subject Matter for Software Methods, Reversing Finding of Invalidity for Three-Dimensional Computer Animation Patent

USA - September 20 2016 Last week, the Federal Circuit again addressed when claimed methods involving software are too abstract to be patentable. The Federal Circuit in...

Bryan A Kohm.

Litigation Alert: U.S. Supreme Court Addresses Attorney’s Fee Awards in Copyright Cases

USA - June 21 2016 Last week in Kirtsaeng v. John Wiley & Sons Inc., the Supreme Court held that district courts have wide discretion to grant attorney's fee awards but...

Andrew P. Bridges.