Don’t let Kramer Levin’s Am Law 100 rank fool you: While the firm generally places near the bottom of the list on revenue, it scores far higher—typically in the top 30—on profits per partner and average compensation per partner. Its partnership is a select group, too, numbering...
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The Federal Circuit has outlined a new rule whereby the requisite divided infringement of a method claim may be satisfied through the actions of multiple entities rather than a single entity for purp
... Gupta defense attorney Gary Naftalis, a named partner at Kramer Levin Naftalis & Frankel in New York, has said his client will appeal. Rajaratnam...
In two much-anticipated cases, the Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit is currently reviewing whether multiple actors should each be liable for patent infringement where they each perform some,
Unless addressed promptly, false advertising can inflict damage, suppressing market share and injuring your product's sales, reputation, and standing. An aggrieved company can fight back with the Lan
...amp; LeBoeuf as a partner in New York. Kramer Levin Naftalis & Frankel announced that Hubert de Vauplane has joined the...
This year's Diversity Scorecard shows that minorities are slowly winning back previous gains
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