...met and do know each other." Jaideep Venkatesan of Bergeson is representing the three individual defendants. Premo contends NetApp tries...
SEC's revised settlement policies may affect your individual and company clients, advises securities attorney Jared Kopel
...Act and Unfair Competition Law. Jaideep Venkatesan, a partner at Bergeson, is defending three former NetApp workers accused of downloading confidential files and...
In recent months, there have been strikingly different outcomes in court challenges to two rules issued by the Securities and Exchange Commission, arising from the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and C
Originally Published: The Recorder
Disparate treatment by the courts could be politically driven, suggests Bay Area securities attorney Jared Kopel
Protections afforded by the Dodd-Frank Act are now being scrutinized by trial and appellate courts, explains securities lawyer Jared Kopel
...IP litigation this year, hiring senior counsel Mindy Morton in May from Bergeson, where she was a partner. Barbara Tanzillo and John Hollingsworth...
...as senior counsel on the intellectual property litigation team. Most recently at Bergeson, Morton's practice includes trade secret, patent, trademark, copyright, computer fraud and...
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