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Finnegan, Henderson, Farabow, Garrett & Dunner LLP | USA | 14 Jun 2016

Court Finds an Agreement Not-to-Sue is a Patent License Despite Language to the Contrary

A Minnesota court required a patent owner to provide the accused infringer with documents relating to an agreement after finding that the agreement

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Williams Mullen | USA | 15 Sep 2011

The joinder provision in the Patent Reform Act: leveling the playing field against multi-defendant NPE suits

A new season is under way and some of the rules have changed.

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Stikeman Elliott LLP | USA, Canada | 30 Nov 2010

Talking about your case on your blog? You may have just waived privilege

On October 22, 2010, an American magistrate judge ruled that a plaintiff suing Universal Music Corp. for improperly sending a takedown notice under the Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA) waived a number of heads of attorney-client privilege by discussing the details of her legal case by email and on a blog.

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Bricker & Eckler LLP | USA | 25 Jan 2008

Court orders terminating sanctions after widespread and systematic efforts to destroy evidence by defendants

In a case that initially garnered notice for the court’s order to preserve server log data temporarily stored in RAM, the court has now granted terminating sanctions, entering default judgment against defendants.

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