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


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

Fenwick Employment Brief - December 10, 2007


12/10/2007 - In Mokler v. County of Orange, a California Court of Appeal held there was sufficient evidence to support a plaintiff's retaliatory dismissal claim, but rejected her sexual harassment claim as not being sufficiently severe or pervasive.

Litigation Alert: California Court Enforces Liquidated Damages in Standardized Form Contracts for Consumer Services


1/27/2006 - On January 20, 2006, a California Court of Appeal found enforceable the liquidated damages provisions for late fees in standardized form contracts for consumer services.

Could Offensive Trademarks Find Refuge in Common Law?


6/27/2014 - The Trademark Trial and Appeal Board (TTAB) in Blackhorse v. Pro-Football Inc. cancels the controversial REDSKINS mark as disparaging to Native Americans.

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Privacy Litigation Alert: California Court Dismisses Attorney Generals Mobile App Privacy Suit Against Delta


5/14/2013 - A California Superior Court judge has dismissed with prejudice a privacy suit brought by California Attorney General Kamala Harris against Delta Airlines.

Court Strikes Down IRS Tax Return Preparer Regulations


1/22/2013 - In Loving v. IRS, Civ. A. No. 12-385 (D.D.C. 2013), the District Court for the District of Columbia struck down the IRS’s 2011 tax return preparer regulations (T.D. 9527, 2011-2 C.B. 1 (Jun. 3, 2011)).

Fenwick Employment Brief - March 11, 2008


3/11/2008 - Fenwick attorneys discuss recent rulings and news related to employment law as of March 11, 2008.

Life Sciences Alert: Supreme Court Issues Groundbreaking Decision Limiting the Types of Methods that are Eligible for Patenting


3/20/2012 - Today, the U.S. Supreme Court handed down a unanimous decision holding that method claims for applying a law of nature using merely conventional steps are not eligible for patent protection

Fenwick Employment Brief - February 8, 2008


2/8/2008 - In a significant ruling for employers, the California Supreme Court recently held that an employer is not required to accommodate an employee who uses medical marijuana.

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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.

Season's Greetings From Fenwick & West!


11/28/2013 - All of us at Fenwick & West wish you a holiday season filled with good stories and great cheer. In lieu of gifts, Fenwick & West is supporting these worthy causes: Engineers without Borders, Global Fund for Women, Hidden Genius and Kiva.

Intellectual Property Bulletin Summer 2013


9/25/2013 - Intellectual Property Bulletin Summer 2013

Corporate and Securities Alert: In re Trados - Important Lessons for Directors on Fiduciary Duties to Common Stockholders


9/16/2013 - Directors of the corporation, Trados, breached fiduciary duties to common stockholders

Protect Domestic Industry, Not Private Interests


9/4/2013 - The International Trade Commission now stands as the favored venue for companies, domestic and foreign alike, to obtain injunctions while avoiding the requirements imposed by eBay v. MercExchange, 547 U.S. 388 (2006) .

Containing Myriad


8/22/2013 - Patent ineligibility of isolated DNA

Litigation Alert: Ninth Circuit Finds Fair Use of Street Art in Concert Backdrop


8/12/2013 - Ninth Circuit Finds Fair Use of Street Art in Concert Backdrop

Ninth Circuit Assesses Use of Player Likenesses in Brown v. Electronic Arts, Inc. and In Re NCAA Student-Athlete Name & Likeness


8/6/2013 - July 31, 2013: Ninth Circuit Assesses Use of Player Likenesses in Brown v. Electronic Arts, Inc. and In Re NCAA Student-Athlete Name & Likeness

Ninth Circuit Opens New Questions in Copyright Law in Denying Fox's Request to Enjoin Dish Network's Ad-Skipping Service


7/26/2013 - Fox Broadcasting Company v. Dish Network LLC marks the latest effort by content providers to seek redress for business harm arising from ad-skipping technologies.

Intellectual Property Bulletin Spring 2013


6/20/2013 - Intellectual Property news and updates