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Originally Published: The Recorder
So-called "patent trolls," companies that use patents solely to demand licensing revenue and sue opponents who won't pay, have adapted to a new provision that multidefendant patent infringement cases
...by partners Roderick Thompson, Eugene Mar and Douglas Young at Farella Braun & Martel in San Francisco. The two parties have held settlement discussions...
The high pleading standard recently set by the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit for whistleblower cases against companies that falsely label products as patented is weeding cases out of
...the end, joining Farella Braun + Martel, a mid-sized San Francisco-based firm focusing on transactional...
...lawyers — including Douglas Young, a partner in San Francisco's Farella Braun + Martel who was brought into the case weeks ago — had urged...
It's hard to believe that even a successful lawyer can get bogged down in the stress and anxiety of a flourishing career and want to run away. I know, I know -- you're thinking, "Is she joking? That'
...some firms are still investing. Midsize Bay Area firm Farella Braun & Martel nearly doubled the size of its trusts and estates group...
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