Federal Circuit Affirms Erise Trial Win at EDTX

On May 5, a Federal Circuit panel affirmed a December 2019 jury verdict in favor of Erise client NetScout Systems, a worldwide leader in cybersecurity technology. The case in question, Implicit LLC v. NetScout Systems Inc., stemmed from allegations that NetScout infringed the plaintiff’s patents that deal with how computers process network data. The plaintiff … Continue reading Federal Circuit Affirms Erise Trial Win at EDTX

Roundtable Discussion: Leading Women In-House Counsel on Leadership, Visibility and Client Engagement

The gender gap in intellectual property is profound and far-reaching: Nationwide, women make up 37 percent of licensed attorneys, but they represent just 17 percent of patent attorneys. According to the American Intellectual Property Law Association, more than half of women in IP have never served as first chair in litigation, compared with one-third of … Continue reading Roundtable Discussion: Leading Women In-House Counsel on Leadership, Visibility and Client Engagement

Patexia Names Buresh, Marriott and Redmond Among Best Performing Patent Litigation Attorneys

Shareholders Eric Buresh, Michelle Marriott and Megan Redmond have been recognized among the nation’s top patent litigation attorneys by Patexia, a research platform and network for intellectual property law. In its Most Active and Best Performing Patent Litigators for 2022, Patexia evaluated 14,685 litigators that were active in at least one of the 14,506 district … Continue reading Patexia Names Buresh, Marriott and Redmond Among Best Performing Patent Litigation Attorneys

Pamela Johnson Named CAS Future Leader

In March of 2022 the American Chemical Society gathered in San Diego for their national meeting, ACS Spring 2022: Bonding Through Chemistry. Like many organizations, the return to in-person events was a highly anticipated opportunity to strengthen connections, learn together, and honor industry professionals for their work, including those chosen for honors in 2020 and … Continue reading Pamela Johnson Named CAS Future Leader

Trademark Delays: Strategies to Work Around the USPTO Backlog

By Carrie Bader “How long does it take to register a trademark?” This is a common question from brand owners, and an important one. After all, registering a trademark is a significant step in protecting a brand. Over the past few years, it has been taking longer and longer to get a trademark registration from … Continue reading Trademark Delays: Strategies to Work Around the USPTO Backlog