Supreme Court Ruling Maintains Tight Invalidity Standards in i4i L.P. Patent Infringement Case What this means for you Earlier this month, the U.S. Supreme Court issued a decision in Microsoft Corp. v. i4i L.P., 589 F.3d 1246 (Fed. Cir. 2009), upholding a Federal Circuit Court of Appeals decision affirming an award of close to $300 […]
David Sudeck’s article, "How the New Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) Regulations Affect Hotels – Are you in compliance?" was published in the June 2011 issue of The Hotel Report.
U.S. Supreme Court Limits Class Action Lawsuits The heavy hand of litigation v. the invisible hand of the marketplace This article by Mark Adams was originally published in the Orange County Business Journal. Download the PDF: Orange County Business Journal–US Supreme Court Limits Class Action Lawsuits On April 27, 2011, the United States Supreme Court […]
Jim Butler’s Hotel Law Blog article, "Hotel Lawyer in New York with pre-NYU industry forecast: Sunny with occasional clouds and NO storms on the horizon," was published by Hotel Online and Hospitality Net.
JMBM OC Litigation Newsletter Spring 2011 Expert Testimony: A Trial Lawyer’s Checklist How to ensure your expert is a gold mine, not a land mine Download the PDF: JMBM OC Litigation Newsletter–Expert Testimony Winning or losing your case can pivot on expert testimony. Experts can also have a huge impact on a settlement. So why […]
JMBM OC Litigation Newsletter Spring 2011 Patent False Marking Claims Prove Largely To Be A Nuisance Download the PDF: JMBM OC Litigation Newsletter–Patent False Marking Claims Prove Largely To Be A Nuisance Section 292 of the Patent Statute (Title 35) provides a civil penalty for falsely marking goods as being covered by a patent and […]
Jim Butler’s Hotel Law Blog article "Hotel Lawyer with the Executive Roundtable Results" was published by Hotel News Resource, Hospitality Net, ehotelier.com and Hotel Online.