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...in the suit. They were jointly represented by Jack Pirozzolo of Foley Hoag. When the case against Goldman finally went to trial...
Originally Published: the_litigation_daily
Accused infringers are turning to social media to combat "trademark bullies" owners that use aggressive tactics against individuals or small companies over terms or phrases similar to their ma
Originally Published: National Law Journal
...of the local authority," explains Vivek Krishnamurthy, an associate in Foley Hoag's Washington, D.C., office, who authored a recent memo called...
Originally Published: Corporate Counsel
ALM's Sheri Qualters asked several patent practitioners to come up with a list of things lawyers should know about the Leahy-Smith America Invents Act, set to launch March 16, 2013
Following in the footsteps of metropolitan docketing groups, the National Docketing Association has been established to provide a networking forum for public and private legal professionals
...awkward position," said Josh Jarvis, an associate at Boston's Foley Hoag. "They want no part [of this], but at...
Patent holding company NTP settled its infringement suit in the Federal Circuit against BlackBerry maker RIM for $612.5 million over patents related to delivering e-mail over wireless communications.
...its Relativity software for electronic data discovery review. • Foley Hoag (www.foleyhoag.com) ...
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...lawyer on the case and a litigation partner at Boston's Foley Hoag, was not available for comment. New England Legal Foundation...
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