• On March, 20, 2007, Cindy Kernick (Partner/Pittsburgh) was a panelist in New York at the American Conference Institute’s “In-House Counsel Summit on Managing & Settling Corporate Patent Litigation,” addressing issues related to maneuvering corporations through claims asserted by “patent trolls.” 
  • Fred Colen (Partner/Pittsburgh) and Cindy Kernick spoke on panels at the IQPC in New York March 28 and 30, 2007, on patent valuation and trial strategies for obtaining injunctions in patent cases after E-Bay v. MercExchange. 
  • Tom Quinlan (Partner/San Francisco) was a panelist at the Commercial Implications of Stem Cell Research meeting, part of the Molecular Medicine Tri-Conference held March 1 and 2 in San Francisco, speaking on ethical implications of stem cell development in a session about neural regeneration products. 
  • Maryellen Feehery Hank (Partner/Philadelphia) was featured in the March 2007 issue of GC Mid-Atlantic in a write-up of a roundtable discussion on the implications of the proposed first-to-file rules changes to the U.S Patent system. 
  • Cindy Kernick’s article “Protecting Your Intellectual Property: an Introduction,” was published in the April 2007 issue of The Practical Lawyer. 
  • Stephan Rippert (Partner/Munich) and Katharina Weimer (Partner/Munich) published an article in the April 10 Financial Times Deutschland that addressed a recent Supreme Court of Germany decision relating to the increased liability of Internet providers for content placed by third parties, within a discussion forum provided by Internet providers. 
  • Tom Quinlan participated in a panel discussion on collaboration agreements at the American Health Lawyers Ass’n Life Science meeting with Eric Davis, GC of BioMarin Pharmaceutical, April 25, 2007 in San Francisco. 
  • Carolyn Pepper (Partner/London) was recommended in the recently issued 2007 Legal Experts Directory as an Intellectual Property Expert. 
  • On May 8, 2007, Emily Kirsch (Counsel/New York) spoke on a panel, “The Transformation of Transformative Use,” discussing the fair use of copyrights, at the New York City Bar Association conference on Current Developments in Copyright Law. 
  • On May 22, 2007, Stephan Rippert was quoted in the Financial Times in an article regarding the existance of moral rights of corporations. 
  • The article “Whose domain is it anyway?” co-authored by Carolyn Pepper and Milan Joshi (Paralegal/London) with Trade Mark Attorney Emma Pitcher from Boult Wade Tennant, was published in the May 2007 issue of Trademark World. The article discusses some of the problems that the solutions to limited web characters have produced. 
  • During May 2007, the New York Times and International Herald Tribune, the Chicago Tribune, IPLaw 360, Business Insurance, Lawyers USA and other publications quoted Cindy Kernick extensively regarding the impact of the important Supreme Court decision in KSR v. Teleflex that modified and broadened the test for invalidity of patent claims based upon obviousness.