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Fisher Phillips | USA | 11 Jan 2017

Federal Court in California Rules on DTSA’s “Extraordinary” Ex Parte Seizure Remedy

When the Defend Trade Secret Act (“DTSA”) was enacted last year, there was much debate on the remedy provision permitting the ex parte seizure of


Foster Swift Collins & Smith PC | USA | 21 Nov 2016

Business Best Practices for Monitoring and Protecting Intellectual Property

Intellectual property ("IP") rights can be the cornerstone of a business's value and competitive edge. IP rights are generally grouped into four


Hunton Andrews Kurth LLP | USA | 11 Aug 2016

AIG Launches Cyber-BI and PD Policy

As reported in the Hunton Insurance Recovery Blog, insurance-giant American International Group ("AIG") announced that it will be the first insurer


Borden Ladner Gervais LLP | Canada | 14 Jul 2016

Solicitors for the defendants are not removed as counsel even though the plaintiffs had contacted them about representation years prior

The Federal Court has upheld a decision to not remove counsel as solicitors of record for the defendants. The plaintiffs had argued that when they


Alston & Bird LLP | USA | 28 Jul 2009

Social networking: balancing intellectual property concerns with your business model

"Tweets" from Twitter and "friend requests" from Facebook have taken the world by storm.


Loeb & Loeb LLP | USA | 27 Feb 2008

Thomas v The Walt Disney Company, et al

The plaintiff wrote a screenplay titled Squisher the Fish and sent a copy to the defendants; two months later, the defendants returned the screenplay, informing her that it was their business practice not to consider unsolicited outside story submissions.

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