Founded in 1964 in Dallas, Haynes and Boone would eventually operate six offices within Texas—and set its sights far wider. Recent years have seen it plant stakes in Mexico City (a base for its growing Latin America practice), Moscow, and New York, the last a particular focal point for the firm’s...
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A year after waging a proxy battle with an activist investor over exploring a possible sale, BMC Software has agreed to be bought by an investment consortium led by buyout firms Bain Capital and Gold
Originally Published: the_am_law_daily
A common complaint about the patent system is that inventors are claiming ownership of basic, widely understood ideas. No doubt the reason why the Federal Circuit will revisit its definition of paten
Originally Published: National Law Journal
... Terry Conner, managing partner at Haynes and Boone;...
The International Trade Commission has taken a significant step on its path to reform the scope of discovery in agency proceedings by issuing a Notice of Proposed Rulemaking, observes consultant Mark
...needs help with patent prosecution work, she turns to attorneys at Haynes and Boone and Schwegman, Lundberg & Woessner. She also hires outside...
Originally Published: The Recorder
...policies: What is everyone else doing? Two attorneys at Haynes and Boone and a law student in Houston did the homework. They spent...
...else doing? So a team of three attorneys at Haynes and Boone spent hundreds of hours combing through the publicly available codes of...
A new cloud-based anti-bribery tool from TRACE International aims to keep corporate gifts on the up-and-up -- and it appears to have struck a chord with users
...available codes of conduct, the answer is: Not much. Haynes and Boone LLP analyzed the Fortune 500 codes of conduct and...
As more Texas businesses, government agencies, and others store data electronically, requests for that data will continue to increase in frequency and price, observe Haynes and Boone's Rick Anigian a
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