National Law Journal
As the federal government shutdown grinds on, the worst is yet to come for lawyers and their clients, federal agencies and the judiciary. The nation's federal courts expect by October 15 to exhaust f
In a closely watched case, the U.S. International Trade Commission has ruled that a complainant failed to show that it had a domestic industry in need of patent protection — the first such ruli
The commission should not wait for legislation or an adverse court decision but should act now to improve the Section 337 enforcement system
...foreign and domestic. Deanna Tanner Okun, partner, Adduci, Mastriani & Schaumberg In the white-collar criminal area...
...them or where they're from. Represented by Adduci, Mastriani & Schaumberg, Lutron won its previous three cases, but was only granted...
The joy of the game; DOJ tests lawyers' patience; drawing a line in the sand for art; Okun joins Adduci; Olson stands in for Biden in prep; Brooks sentenced; and Holland & Knight lobbies for space-st
The International Trade Commission handed Apple Inc. a win on Monday, finding that Android phones made by HTC Corp. infringe one of Apple's patents. The ITC commissioners ruled that all infringing HT
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