In Practice

In Practice

Brian Kabateck, Kabateck Brown Kellner

Nightlife Violence: Who Is Responsible for Keeping It at Bay?

By Brian S. Kabateck, Benjamin S. Hakimfar and Joana Fang |

In an age of mass shootings and terrorist attacks, entertainment venues have a responsibility to implement stronger security measures to protect patrons.

Warren Braunig, Keker & Van Nest

What the Defend Trade Secrets Act Means for California

By Warren Braunig and Andrea Nill Sanchez |

A new day has dawned for trade secrets practitioners.

Ralph M. Pais, left, and Jonathan S. Millard, right, of Fenwick & West.

Brexit: What Silicon Valley Needs to Know

By Ralph M. Pais and Jonathan S. Millard |

Key considerations for U.S.-based companies on funding, operations, intellectual property and employment law.

United States Supreme Court

Supreme Court Refuses to Put the Brakes on PTAB

By Jeffrey Ware, Ewa M. Davison and David Tellekson |

Fenwick & West lawyers discuss the Cuozzo opinion and other decisions that make it easier to successfully challenge patent validity.

Left to right: Randy Evans and Shari Klevens, Dentons US partners

Could That Tweet Get You Into Ethical Trouble?

By Randy Evans and Shari Klevens |

If you're blogging about how the judge is an "evil unfair witch," maybe don't.

Left to right: Jonathan Longino, Sue Stott and Catherine Grech of Perkins Coie

Noncompetes Are a No-Go in California. Try This Instead.

By Jon Longino, Catherine Grech and Sue Stott |

Forum selection clauses are a multistate employer's best friend.

Left to right: Partner Kristin Linsley Myles and Associate David Feder, Munger Tolles & Olson

In 'Tyson', SCOTUS Sketches New Test for 'Trial by Formula'

By Kristin Linsley Myles and David J. Feder |

The Supreme Court didn't adopt a bright-line rule prohibiting statistical evidence, but its opinion leaves unresolved questions, write Kristin Myles and David Feder of Munger, Tolles & Olson.

Gregory Silberman, David Schecter and Jessica Sawyer

Key Guidance From the AG's Data-Breach Report

By Gregory Silberman, David Schecter and Jessica Sawyer |

This is the first time the attorney general or any California privacy regulator has suggested what measures are necessary to comply with California's data-protection law.

What You Need to Know About the New EU Trademark Package

By Béatrice Martinet |

The largest reform to EU trademark law in two decades takes effect on March 23.

10 Tips for Deciding When to Litigate

By Marwa Elzankaly |

Before heading to trial, consider the possible disruption to your client's business and whether the case will draw in third parties.