Whether they were gaining or losing groups of lawyers, undergoing leadership transitions, splitting up or merging, midsized firms across Pennsylvania experienced a number of significant changes in 20
...administration and Orphans' Court litigation. **** Volpe and Koenig co-founder and shareholder Anthony S. Volpe was...
The news has been full of various proposals for addressing the perceived evils associated with patent assertions by a patent owner that have been identified at different times as a patent troll, a pa
...email@example.com for more information. Volpe and Koenig announced that Mighty Writers and the Twilight...
Philadelphia-based intellectual property boutique Woodcock Washburn is set to merge with 800-lawyer Baker & Hostetler pending a partnership vote, the firms confirmed to The Legal
Induced infringement is a form of liability for indirect patent infringement. Until recently, in order to establish that a defendant induced another party to infringe a patented method, the patent pl
...the firm's business department in Philadelphia. Volpe and Koenig shareholder John J. O'Malley was appointed...
...Additions Max S. Morgan joined Volpe and Koenig as an associate, after previously working at the firm as...
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
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