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After News of Data Leak, Google Ramps Up Security and Sunsets Google

USA - October 9 2018 On October 8, The Wall Street Journal broke the news that, as early as 2015, a flaw in Google’s social media platform, Google, made it possible for...

Melissa A. Kern, Jane Hils Shea, Michael E. Nitardy.


Adding an “S” to IoT: New California Law Requires IoT Security

USA - October 8 2018 California has enacted SB327, which will regulate certain internet-connected devices of the so-called Internet of Things (IoT). The law takes effect...

Melissa A. Kern, Jane Hils Shea.


California Establishes New Cybersecurity Standards for IoT Devices

USA - October 8 2018 California has signed into law SB-327, which establishes new cybersecurity standards for devices capable of connecting (directly or indirectly) to the...

Melissa A. Kern, Jane Hils Shea.


A new hope for inventors? Emerging liberalization of subject matter eligibility in Trading Technologies v. CQG

USA - January 25 2017 Last week, the Federal Circuit handed down an opinion in the case of Trading Technologies International, Inc. v. CGQ, Inc., affirming the lower...

William S. Morriss.


McRo v. Bandai: Evidence related to claimed improvement is key to whether claims are directed to an abstract idea

USA - September 19 2016 Last Tuesday, the Federal Circuit handed down an opinion in the case of McRo, Inc. v. Bandi Namco Games America Inc., reversing the District Court’s...

Matthew (Matt) D. Delaney, William S. Morriss, Matthew R. Schantz.