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SUPREME COURT AGREES TO HEAR THREE INTELLETUAL PROPERTY CASES

The Supreme Court has recently agreed to rule on three cases of substantial importance, two of which arise under patent law and one under copyright law. The two patent cases relate to the issue of when attorneys’ fees can appropriately be awarded to the prevailing party. The copyright case relates to the application of laches …

Intellectual Property: Nebraska District Court Strikes Down Restrictions On Patent Enforcement Techniques

State efforts to regulate “patent trolls”, also known as non-practicing entities (“NPE’s”) or patent assertion entities (“PAE’s”), and their attorneys have suffered an enormous, but predictable setback.  In two recent decisions from Activision TV Inc. v. Pinnacle Bancorp Inc., No. 8:13CV215, the U.S. District Court for the District of Nebraska held that the Nebraska state …

New York Law Journal 2013

Posted in News on October 16, 2013 by Ad2BarE

Barton featured in 10 practice areas by the New York Law Journal’s 2013 Boutique and Practice-Specific Law Firm Guide

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