When a high-stakes patent infringement trial pitting Apple against Samsung drew to a close on June 15, the judge at the International Trade Commission was magnanimous
Originally Published: National Law Journal
...litigation, Baxter says some judges dislike handling patent cases with their associated Markman hearings and detailed discovery requirements. Such judges are likely to put patent...
Originally Published: Corporate Counsel
Sibling publication Texas Lawyer recently spoke with Judge John Love of the Eastern District of Texas about his recent decision to limit e-discovery in his court
Joseph Drayton, of Kaye Scholer, has 10 cost-reduction tips for corporate litigation counsel to consider that won't reduce the quality of patent litigation
...parties can expect to complete claim construction briefing and participate in a Markman Hearing in about six to nine months from initiation of the suit...
...some patent cases -- a procedure some patent lawyers call "mini-Markman " hearings. Markman hearings can be a crucial, complicated...
U.S. District Judge William Alsup of the Northern District of California has become something of an innovator in patent litigation. In recent years, he's employed all sorts of methods designed to mak
...the intersection of patent and antitrust laws, and Working Group 5, the Markman process and claim construction, Braman explained....
The women behind a series of Silicon Valley IP events really know what they're talking about: One heads patents at Google and one leads litigation at Apple. They call themselves Chipsters -- an acron
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