From the 150 biggest players in the Washington legal market, ranked by head count
Patent owners may breathe a sigh of relief because the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit has agreed to review a ruling from last year in a case about an alleged infringer's right to sell
Gail Shulman is vice president, general counsel and corporate secretary for MIPS Technologies, which creates high-end microprocessors found in such devices as digital TVs, mobile phones and tablet co
...as of counsel in the Alexandria, Virginia, office. Sterne, Kessler, Goldstein & Fox picked Katrina Quach as one of...
... former chief patent counsel for Martek Biosciences Corporation, joined Sterne, Kessler, Goldstein & Fox as of counsel in the firm's D.C. office...
This week: The Federal Circuit lays one of the nation's most-asserted patents to rest, but even that is unlikely to slow down business for its owner, Erich Spangenberg
We researched the Fortune 100 to find out which law firms they used in 2007 in each of the following practice areas: corporate transactions, torts and negligence, commercial law and contracts litigat
...state of total disarray," says Kenneth Bass III of Sterne, Kessler, Goldstein & Fox. He is part of the legal team representing Teleflex, a...
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