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8th Annual IP and Technology Litigation Group MCLE Event

Events

Date: 1/31/2013

Location: Fenwick & West LLP

Gilead’s Hypertension Drug Darusentan Will Likely Receive Patent Extension, Attorneys Say

News

4/6/2009 - Narinder Banait was recently quoted in the Pharmawire article, 'Gilead's Hypertension Drug Darusentan Will Likely Receive Patent Extension, Attorneys Say

Fenwick Employment Brief - June 10, 2009

Publication

6/10/2009 - This Fenwick Employment Brief for June 2009 summarizes recent developments in the law.

Intellectual Property Bulletin Summer 2009

Publication

7/7/2009 - Fenwick's Intellectual Property Updates for Summer 2009.

Litigation Alert: FLIR Systems, Inc. v. Parrish

Publication

6/22/2009 - The California Court of Appeal's recent opinion in FLIR Sys., Inc. v. Parrish, ___ Cal. App. 4th ___, 2009 Cal. App. LEXIS 943 (2d Dist. June 15, 2009) - when and where to seek injunctive relief against trade secret misappropriation by former employees.

Robert Hulse

Partner

T: 415.875.2444 | Email

Prometheus – Unbound or Not

News

11/3/2011 - Michael Shuster, co-chair of the Life Sciences Group with Fenwick & West, was recently quoted in the Drug Discovery News article

Doctors Fear Copyright Crackdown on Medical Procedures

News

1/4/2012 - Mitchell Zimmerman, Chair of the Copyright Group at Fenwick & West, was recently quoted in the San Francisco Examiner article

Why Flash is the Future of Storage in Data Centers

News

8/23/2011 - Matt Kesner, Chief Information Officer of Fenwick & West, was recently quoted in The New York Times article “Why Flash is the Future of Storage in Data Centers.”

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Semiconductors

Industry

3/28/2017 - Our Semiconductors Practice has represented some of Silicon Valley’s most successful semiconductor companies. Our clients represent all sectors of the industry, from EDA developers to fables chip makers and test equipment producers.

Fenwick Represents Boom Technology in $33 Million in Series A Financing

Experience

3/23/2017 - Fenwick & West represented Boom Technology, Inc., a Denver-based airplane manufacturer aiming to bring back supersonic speeds to business travel for a fraction of the cost, in its $33 million Series A financing.

Litigation Alert: Supreme Court Clarifies Copyright Eligibility for Useful Articles

Publication

3/23/2017 - While much of the legal press may be speculating about the future of the Supreme Court’s Chevron test, yesterday the Court considered a very different kind of “chevron”—a design on a cheerleader uniform. In Star Athletica LLC v. Varsity Brands Inc., the S

Fenwick and West's Digital Health Practice

Industry

3/20/2017 - Fenwick’s digital health clients play a crucial role in the shaping of this industry, which can be examined in part by the Digital Health Industry Map created by Fenwick.

Robert R. Sachs

Partner

T: 415.875.2410 | Email

FTC's Smart-TV Privacy Settlement Unlikely to See an Encore

News

2/7/2017 - FTC's Smart-TV Privacy Settlement Unlikely to See an Encore.

Federal Automated Vehicles Policy: A Work In Progress

Publication

1/27/2017 - Hanley Chew discusses regulations governing driverless vehicles.

Antitrust Alert: New HSR Thresholds for 2017

Publication

1/20/2017 - The annual adjustment of the dollar thresholds for pre-acquisition filings under the Hart-Scott-Rodino Act will take effect the end of February. All transactions closing on or after the effective date will be governed by the new thresholds.

Litigation Alert: A Unanimous Supreme Court Reverses Federal Circuit Ruling on Damages in Samsung Electronics Co. v. Apple Inc.

Publication

12/7/2016 - On December 6, 2016, in a unanimous opinion written by Justice Sotomayor, the Supreme Court reversed the Federal Circuit’s affirmance of the damages award in Samsung Electronics Co. v. Apple Inc.

Employment Alert: Federal Court Halts Implementation of New Overtime Rules

Publication

11/28/2016 - On November 22, 2016, a federal district court in Texas preliminarily enjoined the Department of Labor (DOL) from enforcing portions of its rule increasing the federal minimum salary for exempt executive, administrative, and professional employees.