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The Federal Circuit Takes a Mulligan and Reins in the Eastern District of Texas’s Assertion of Venue the Second Time Around

USA - February 19 2020 The Federal Circuit sent Google an early valentine on February 13, 2020, when it granted the petition for mandamus in In re Google, Case No. 19-126...

David Elkins.

Do California Jury Trial Waivers Inadvertently Guarantee Plaintiffs the Option of a California Jury Trial?

USA - January 14 2020 For those of you who are contracting with parties in California, we wanted to remind you that you cannot use a contractual jury trial waiver provision...

Francesca Crisera Ruiz.

Willful Copyright Infringement Requires Proof of Intent in the Ninth Circuit

USA - April 19 2019 A pro bono case in the Ninth Circuit just made it harder for plaintiffs to prove copyright infringement is willful...

Joseph A. Meckes.

US Departments of Justice and State Launch Intellectual Property Law Enforcement Coordinator Network

USA - December 20 2017 The US Departments of Justice and State recently launched the “IP Law Enforcement Coordinator Network” to focus on international trademark...

Robert Nolan.

Key Intellectual Property Enforcement Mechanism or Toothless Tiger? - The US Department of Justice and Department of State Launch Intellectual Property (IP) Law Enforcement Coordinator Network

USA - December 19 2017 On Friday, December 15, 2017, the US Department of Justice and Department of State announced the launch of an IP Law Enforcement Coordinator Network...

Robert Nolan.