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Fenwick Employment Brief - October 15, 2009


10/15/2009 - This Fenwick Employment Brief for October 2009 summarizes recent developments in the law.

Supreme Court Bilski Hearing: Potential Danger for Software Firms

Media Coverage

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

Antitrust Alert: New HSR Thresholds for 2013


1/15/2013 - Effective December 30, 2012, California employers are subject to the new administrative regulations governing disabilities — including those related to pregnancy — that were issued by the Fair Employment and Housing Commission.

Antitrust Alert: New HSR Thresholds for 2014


1/21/2014 - The annual adjustment of the dollar thresholds for pre-acquisition filings under the Hart-Scott-Rodino Act will take effect the end of February.

Abstract Idea or Real World Software Solution?


12/18/2013 - U.S. Supreme Court granted certiorari in CLS Bank Intl. v. Alice Corp. Pty. Ltd., to address the patent eligibility of computer implemented inventions.

8th Annual IP and Technology Litigation Group MCLE Event


Date: 1/31/2013

Location: Fenwick & West LLP

Federal Automated Vehicles Policy: A Work In Progress


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

Fenwick Employment Brief - July 2015


7/27/2015 - Fenwick Employment Brief - July 2015. Covering current issues in employment and labor law.

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


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.

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Federal Circuit Provides Much Needed Patent Venue Guidance Post TC Heartland


9/22/2017 - The Federal Circuit has issued a landmark venue decision setting forth the standard for determining what constitutes a “regular and established place of business” under 28 U.S.C. § 1400(b).

Cray Scores Significant Patent Venue Win


9/22/2017 - This precedential opinion establishes the standard that will control most venue determinations in patent cases going forward and limits abusive forum shopping.

Equifax Breach: 3 Immediate Steps Leading Companies Are Taking To Respond


9/22/2017 - Equifax, one of the three nationwide credit bureaus that track and rate the financial history of consumers, announced in September that it had suffered a data breach exposing personal information of up to 143 million Americans. The personal information of

CEO Pay Ratio Rule: New SEC Advice Helps Companies Prepare to Comply


9/22/2017 - Having recently affirmed that there will be no postponement of the 2018 effective date for CEO pay ratio disclosure, the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission on Sept. 21 issued interpretive guidance to assist companies in their efforts to comply with t

Fenwick Employment Brief – Summer 2017 Update


8/15/2017 - Fenwick's Summer 2017 Employment Law Update, including regional updates from California, Washington and New York as well as updates on national cases.

Key SCOTUS Decisions in Tech – First Half 2017


8/9/2017 - Despite being short one justice for much of the year, the U.S. Supreme Court handed down multiple significant decisions this past term that can unsettle long-standing legal understandings in multiple technology fields.

Intellectual Property Bulletin - Summer 2017


7/27/2017 - Fenwick & West Intellectual Property Bulletin. Covering current legal issues in patent, copyright and intellectual property law. Summer 2017.

A More Consistent USPTO Approach to Patent Eligibility


7/17/2017 - Despite the increased importance of patent eligibility, there remains much uncertainty surrounding the tests implemented to assess eligibility.

What Canadian Supreme Court's Landmark Decision Means for Tech Companies Big and Small


7/6/2017 - What should courts do when one country’s laws collide with a borderless Internet? Last week, the Supreme Court of Canada became the latest court to tackle the issue, upholding an order for Google to de-index globally

Fenwick Privacy Bulletin - Summer 2017


6/26/2017 - Fenwick's Privacy Bulletin