Implications for operators.
The Supreme Court's decision in Aereo has the potential to end free Internet TV or reshape broadcast TV as we know it.
The office has released a report calling for the creation of a forum to pursue infringement matters under $30,000.
By Walter E. Judge Jr. and Eric A. Poehlmann
The first-of-its-kind bill gives companies the legal ability to fight back against patent owners acting in bad faith.
By Guylyn R. Cummins
Part 1: A play-by-play of the Hart v. Electronic Arts decision.
By Paul C. Van Slyke
Although traditionally a federal domain, patent litigators must be aware of the role that state law can play in their practice.
The February 25th roundtable will take place from 12:30 to 1:30 p.m. Eastern time.
The Young Lawyers' Subcommittee has created an FAQ for young IP litigation attorneys. Submit questions to the chairs of the subcommittee by clicking here.
The Trade Secrets Subcommittee has collected information about the practices and procedures followed in various jurisdictions with regard to interlocutory relief.