As has been widely reported in the press, in the ongoing battle between Apple and Samsung, the Office of the U.S. Trade Representative, acting on behalf of the president, engaged in a policy evaluati
The Intellectual Property special supplement includes articles on trade-secret protection, inter partes review, the president's ITC veto and more, plus special videos on the ITC and the Madrid Protoc
...According to June press release, Schneiderman and Gascón met with Apple, Samsung, Google, and Microsoft last month, encouraging the companies to add a...
Originally Published: Law Technology News
The smartphone industry is a fast-evolving and fiercely competitive market. Smartphones are constantly advertising sophisticated innovations that consumers factor when making their purchase decisions
...nbsp; In an order issued late Monday, Koh wrote that she...
Originally Published: The Recorder
U.S. District Judge Lucy Koh's annoyance and frustration with lawyers in the high-stakes Apple v. Samsung patent infringement trial reached a peak Thursday after they filed another round of objection
...Quinn crazy, or crazy like a fox? As the Apple/Samsung trial enters its third week, much of the buzz continues to...
New court filings in Apple Inc.'s patent suit against Samsung Electronics offer a peek at how much the combatants pay just some of their outside counsel. Needless to say, their lawyers aren't cheap
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