...lawyers write them. So two shareholders at IP law boutique Volpe and Koenig have teamed up to offer practical advice, mostly for tech startups, on...
...have accelerated in the last 10 to 15 years," says David Koenig, chief executive officer of The Governance Fund Advisors, who led the effort...
Originally Published: Corporate Counsel
Patent infringement plaintiffs can file a complaint under 28 U.S.C. ? 1400(b) in any jurisdiction where the defendant's products are sold or being used. Anthony S. Volpe, of Volpe & Koenig, provides
When two companies merged to form Novelis, a non-transferable software license granted to one company by Cincom did not extend to the merged entity under state law. Although the merger transferred th
The Safe Harbor Provision in the Digital Millennium Copyright Act continues to protect online service providers from liability for users' infringing activities. According to Aneesh Mehta of Volpe & K
Many people are unaware of the potential copyright issues associated with posting original works to social networking sites. Once the work is on the internet, what legal remedies are available if som
...what did the experts find? "Audio forensic expert Bruce Koenig found that 'there are a number of instances where there is a...
The dot-com meltdown led to questions and court disputes about so-called "Internet assets" -- from domain names, Web sites and e-mail lists. Brick-and-mortar companies have assets that creditors can
We all know our nation's economy is unsteady and the future for even the best of enterprises is uncertain. So what can you do to advise a client with existing IP licenses -- or those who are thinking
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