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Litigation Alert: Supreme Court Dismisses LabCorp Appeal

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6/23/2006 - The U.S. Supreme Court yesterday opted to dismiss a case having potentially broad implications for the question of what constitutes patentable subject matter.

Litigation Alert: California Superior Court Finds Use of Likeness of Former Panamanian Dictator Manuel Noriega in Video Game Transformative

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11/6/2014 - The ruling addresses how to assess right of publicity claims in the video game context— when a real person’s likeness is used in a game without their consent.

Copyright Alert: Associated Press v. Meltwater

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3/29/2013 - Meltwater News infringed copyrights of the Associated Press (AP), the U.S. District Court for the Southern District in Manhattan held last week,

Fenwick Employment Brief - July 12, 2005

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7/12/2005 - Labor Commissioner Reconsiders Position on Partial Day Vacation Deductions / Criticisms of Employee's Performance do not Support FEHA Claim / NLRB Strikes Down Handbook Provision Limiting Employee Complaints

Fenwick Employment Brief - February 7, 2007

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2/7/2007 - A California court of appeal recently clarified which kinds of conduct will support a hostile work environment harassment claim under California's Fair Employment and Housing Act (FEHA).

Fenwick Employment Brief - March 12, 2007

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3/12/2007 - This Fenwick Employment Brief for March 2007 summarizes recent developments in the law.

Fenwick Employment Brief - November 20, 2007

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11/20/2007 - Effective January 1, 2008, the minimum hourly rate for exempt computer software professionals will be $36, down from this year's minimum of $49.77.

Litigation Alert: California Bans Non-Disparagement Clauses in Consumer Contracts

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9/18/2014 - On September 9, 2014, Governor Jerry Brown signed into law AB 2365, popularly referred to as the “Yelp” bill. The new law, codified at California Civil Code section 1670.8, will prohibit the use of “non-disparagement” clauses.

Litigation Alert: Federal Circuit’s Ariosa Decision, Good Chance for Rehearing En Banc

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11/4/2015 - the Supreme Court’s Mayo decision involving patent invalidation under Section 101 of the Patent Act, Ariosa is unusual in that the asserted patent covered what most experts in the medical field consider to be a groundbreaking discovery; the very type of d

The Battle Rages On: A Report from the Front Line of the Patentable Subject Matter War

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9/1/2012 - Robert Sachs discusses the conflicting approaches the court applies to patentable subject matter for computer-implemented business methods.

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Fenwick & West's Publications Index

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1/1/2012 - Fenwick & West's Publications Index

Fenwick & West Newsroom Index

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1/1/2012 - Fenwick & West Newsroom Index

Litigation Alert: Federal Circuit Holds Reasonable Royalty Damages May Exceed Lost Profits, Incorrect Petitions to Make Special Do Not Meet the Therasense 'Affirmative Egregious Misconduct

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11/16/2011 - On Monday, November 14, 2011, the Federal Circuit in Powell v. The Home Depot U.S.A., Inc. made two significant rulings regarding patent damages and inequitable conduct.

Prometheus – Unbound or Not

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

Intellectual Property Bulletin Fall 2011

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10/15/2011 - Fenwick's Intellectual Property Updates for Fall 2011

Why Flash is the Future of Storage in Data Centers

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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.”

Intellectual Property Bulletin Summer 2011

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8/9/2011 - Fenwick's Intellectual Property Updates for Summer 2011

Fenwick & West Employment Brief Special Bulletin - June 2011

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6/23/2011 - This Fenwick Employment Brief Special Bulletin for June 2011 summarizes recent developments in the law

Patent Alert: Federal Circuit's Therasense Decision Toughens Standards for Establishing Inequitable Conduct

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5/26/2011 - Responding to views from the United States Patent and Trademark Office (

Intellectual Property Bulletin Spring 2011

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5/5/2011 - Fenwick's Intellectual Property Updates for Spring 2011