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Intellectual Property Alert: Supreme Court Rules Against Broadly Claimed Software Patents, But Offers No Clear Test for Abstract Ideas

Publication

6/20/2014 - Supreme Court Rules Against Broadly Claimed Software Patents, But Offers No Clear Test for Abstract Ideas.

Fed Circ Reversal Of Alice Order Gives Patent Owners Hope

News

5/12/2016 - In Enfish LLC v. Microsoft Corp., the Federal Circuit ruled that a judge who found that two database patents covered only abstract ideas had inappropriately oversimplified the patents. Bob Sachs spoke with Law360 about this significant ruling.

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.

Supreme Court Bilski Hearing: Potential Danger for Software Firms

News

11/10/2009 - Stuart Meyer, partner in the Intellectual Property and Litigation Groups of Fenwick & West LLP, was quoted exclusively in the bNet article

Fenwick Partner Comments on Decision to Hear Trading Case

News

1/19/2016 - Fenwick partner Mike Dicke spoke with Law360 about the significance of the Supreme Court’s decision to hear insider trading case Salman v. U.S.

Vikram Iyengar, Ph.D.

Associate

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Already on an IPO high, biotech looks for a sequel to the JOBS Act

News

5/2/2014 - Fenwick corporate partner Matthew Rossiter was quoted by the San Francisco Business Times about the impact of the federal Jumpstart Our Business Startups (JOBS) Act on initial public offerings in the biotech industry.

Federal Circuit Rehearing Could Redefine Patent Law

News

10/10/2012 - Robert Sachs is quoted in an article on patent law.

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Federal Circuit Tightens Standard for AIA Review

News

11/21/2016 - Fenwick litigation partner Darren Donnelly discusses the Federal Circuit's move to tighten standards for AIA review.

Intellectual Property Bulletin - Fall 2016

Publication

11/16/2016 - Fenwick & West Intellectual Property Bulletin. Covering current legal issues in patent, copyright and intellectual property law.

Litigation Alert: Ninth Circuit Adopts Broader Octane Fitness Standard for Attorneys’ Fees Awards under the Lanham Act

Publication

10/25/2016 - On October 24, 2016, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit after an en banc rehearing in Sunearth, Inc. v. Sun Earth Solar Power Co., LTD., adopted the Octane Fitness standard for determining whether a case is “exceptional” under the Lanham Act

John T. McNelis

Partner

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Vikram Iyengar, Ph.D.

Associate

T: 650.335.7140 | Email

Fenwick Representation of Cepheid in $4B Acquisition by Danaher Covered Nationally

News

9/6/2016 - Fenwick’s representation of Cepheid, a leading molecular diagnostics company, in its $4B acquisition by Danaher Corporation was covered by Fortune, Reuters, CNBC, Law360 and The American Lawyer (subscriptions may be required).

Litigation Alert: The Ninth Circuit Leaves Pirate Joe’s Saying “Shiver Me Timbers!”

Publication

8/30/2016 - Late last week, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit determined a court had jurisdiction to decide a trademark lawsuit filed by a U.S. grocery store against a Canadian reseller where the products at issue were only sold in Canada.

Intellectual Property Bulletin - Summer 2016

Publication

8/18/2016 - Fenwick & West Intellectual Property Bulletin. Covering current legal issues in patent, copyright and intellectual property law.

Litigation Alert: FTC Holds That Disclosure of Sensitive Medical Information Due to Lax Security Violates the FTC Act

Publication

8/2/2016 - FTC held in In the Matter of LabMD, Inc. that a company’s failure to implement reasonable security measures to protect sensitive consumer information on its network constituted an unfair business practice in violation of Section 5 of the FTC Act.

New Intercompany Debt Rules Shock Multinational Companies

Publication

6/28/2016 - On April 4, 2016, the United States Treasury and the Internal Revenue Service (“IRS”) issued proposed regulations under § 385 of the Internal Revenue Code (the “Code”).