Arista fended off copyright claims at trial in December and this week lawyers at Latham & Watkins helped the company avoid an ITC exclusion order. This can't be what Cisco GC Mark Chandler expected when he announced war two-and-a-half years ago.
Sidley Austin partner Michael Bettinger secured an against-the-odds defense win for Microsoft last week even after failing to wipe out the asserted videoconferencing patents before the Patent Trial and Appeal Board.
Things already looked bleak for Qualcomm as the FTC, Apple and consumers took aim with antitrust cases. Then the U.S. Supreme Court made it much, much worse.
The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday refused to take up a case that challenged the bar for YouTube and other platforms to remove allegedly infringing content under the Digital Millennium Copyright Act.
A World Intellectual Property Association arbitration panel ruled that "geofilters" is a descriptive term for software.
Intellectual property boutiques Fish & Richardson; Finnegan, Henderson, Farabow, Garrett & Dunner; and Sterne Kessler Goldstein & Fox maintain dominant positions in America Invents Act litigation, but global Am Law 50 firms continue making inroads at the PTAB.
Drugmakers who introduce a "highly similar" version of an existing biological drug saw an across-the-board win Monday.
If you thought the House subcommittee on intellectual property gathered Tuesday to celebrate the Supreme Court's May 22 TC Heartland decision on patent venue laws, think again.
The Supreme Court agreed to decide whether inter partes review proceedings are constitutional.
Joseph Matal was name the interim head after Michelle Lee's sudden resignation earlier this week.