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Va. Firm Balks At Atty Claims of Discrimination, BullyingLaw360 (subscription)Gregory A. Royal, an African-American ex-associate with Alexandria, Virginia-based firm Oliff & Berridge PLC, alleged in federal court in Virginia that the company discriminated, harassed and retaliated against him because of his race. Royal also …and more »
Intellectual Property Today Ranks Top Patent Law Firms for 2010IPWatchdog.comFor example, Oliff & Berridge, ranked #4, has a reputation of working their associates like slaves/robots. While the quality of its patents may be excellent, the quality of the firm as a whole is doubtful. There are stories about this firm, you can …
Roche's Boniva Patents Are Obvious, Fed. Circ. AffirmsLaw360 (subscription)Law360, New York (April 11, 2014, 7:45 PM EDT) -- The Federal Circuit on Friday upheld a lower court's decision invalidating two patents owned by Hoffmann-La Roche Inc. for the osteoporosis drug Boniva, ruling that they would be obvious in view of …and more »
GSA ON THE MOVEBisnowLaw firm Oliff & Berridge just announced a renewal and expansion (from 78k to 92k SF) in Old Town at the Atrium Building on 277 S. Washington. CB's Meredith LaPier (who with colleagues Pat Marr and Sally Wilson repped the firm) tells us O&B chose to …
BPAI: No New Arguments (or Nuances) in BPAI Reply Brief Without Good CausePatently-OTwo recent expanded-panel BPAI decisions both consider the situation where a patent applicant presents arguments in a reply brief even though the arguments could have been raised by in the principal brief. Interpreting the regulations of 37 CFR 41 …
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