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Joint Active Systems (JAS) and Bonutti Research Reach Settlement (Senniger Powers LLP, plaintiff attorney) with ...PR Web (press release)1:14-cv-00609-SEB-MJD, United States District Court, S.D. Indiana, Indianapolis Division, plaintiff attorney: SENNIGER POWERS LLP). As part of the settlement, Lantz, a former JAS distributor, agrees to pay a royalty to JAS for the use of the five JAS …and more »
As patents multiply, so does demand for IP lawyersSt. Louis Business JournalArmstrong Teasdale 32. Senniger Powers 26. Thompson Coburn 23. Harness Dickey 16. Polster Lieder 10. Polsinelli 9. The Small Patent Law Group 9. Source: Business Journal research, April 2017. Greg Edwards covers banking and financial services.
Fed. Circ. Backs IBM PTAB Win Against Intellectual VenturesLaw360 (subscription)Law360, New York (March 27, 2017, 8:40 PM EDT) -- The Federal Circuit on Monday upheld a Patent Trial and Appeal Board decision invalidating several claims of an Intellectual Ventures computer firewall patent challenged by IBM and a group of banks, ...
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Another intellectual property lawyer makes a moveSt. Louis Business JournalIntellectual property lawyers remain hot property in St. Louis, with Stinson Leonard Street announcing Tuesday that David Kim has joined the firm as a partner in the St. Louis office. Kim most recently had been a partner at Barta Jones & Foley, and …
Federal Circuit finds additional Myriad Genetics' claims invalidLexology (registration)The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit recently decided Utah Research v. Ambry Genetics Corporation, Nos. 2014-1361 and 2014-1366, on appeal from the U.S. District Court for the District of Utah. The case involved several of the same patents …and more »
IBM Beats Intellectual Ventures Security Patent At PTABLaw360 (subscription)Commerce Bancshares was represented by Robert M. Evans Jr. and Marc Vander Tuig of Senniger Powers LLP, Geoffrey K. Gavin of Jones Day and Jason S. Jackson of Kutak Rock LLP. Intellectual Ventures was represented by Jonathan Strang and Lori ...
3 Lessons From Unsuccessful Inter Partes Review PetitionsLaw360 (subscription)In the first two and a half years of inter partes reviews, the proceedings have proved potent, cancelling hundreds of patents and over 3,000 claims.[1] Nevertheless, the Patent Trial and Appeal Board doesn't automatically institute IPRs, despite some ...
The Top In-House Hires Of JanuaryLaw360 (subscription)Previously, he was with Senniger Powers LLP in St. Louis. Troy E. McHenry has been promoted to general counsel and corporate secretary of real estate investment trust HCP Inc. He succeeds James W. Mercer, who is retiring. McHenry has been with HCP ...and more »
People in BusinessSTLtoday.comThouvenot, Wade & Moerchen added project engineer Matthew Chrapek as manager of railway engineering and Michael VanDeVyvere as a rail project manager. Morgan L. Johnson joined Senniger Powers as an associate. Armstrong Teasdale added ...
Patent Term Adjustment Is Hiding In AIA Corrections LawLaw360 (subscription)On Jan. 14, 2013, President Obama signed into law H.R. 6621, which makes certain technical corrections to the America Invents Act. In particular, H.R. 6221 includes a number of amendments to 35 U.S.C. ยง 154(b), the patent term adjustment statute, that ...and more »
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