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    Supreme Court Kills Laches Defense for Patent Infringement

    By: Christopher Dugger March 28, 2017

    On March 21, 2017 the Supreme Court issued an opinion that abrogated the equitable defense of laches, for unreasonable and prejudicial delay in filing suit, in patent cases. SCA Hygiene Prod. Aktiebolag v. First Quality Baby Prod., LLC, No. 15-927, … Continue reading

    Supreme Court Cuts Through the Noise to Clarify Copyrightability of Designs in Useful Articles

    By: Justin Thiele March 24, 2017

    On October 20, 2016, we published an article discussing the Supreme Court’s decision to grant review of the Sixth Circuit’s August 2011 ruling in Varsity Brands, Inc. v. Star Athletica, LLC. The Supreme Court heard oral arguments on October 31, … Continue reading

Noah Perch-Ahern Interviewed for Article Regarding Ongoing Dakota Access Pipeline Battle
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Peter Breckheimer to Moderate Panel at USC Gould School of Law 2017 Real Estate Law & Business Forum
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Noah Perch-Ahern to Moderate Panel at the Water-Energy Nexus Conference
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Ken Whiting serves on Planning Committee for REAL Symposium for the Sixth Consecutive Year
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Litigation Attorney Rory Miller Named Partner of Glaser Weil
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Real Estate Attorney David Tabibian Named Partner of Glaser Weil
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The Impact of President Trump's Proposed Tax Reforms on Your Bottom Line
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IP File

Supreme Court Kills Laches Defense for Patent Infringement

By: Christopher Dugger March 28, 2017

On March 21, 2017 the Supreme Court issued an opinion that abrogated the equitable defense of laches, for unreasonable and prejudicial delay in filing suit, in patent cases. SCA Hygiene Prod. Aktiebolag v. First Quality Baby Prod., LLC, No. 15-927, … Continue reading

Supreme Court Cuts Through the Noise to Clarify Copyrightability of Designs in Useful Articles

By: Justin Thiele March 24, 2017

On October 20, 2016, we published an article discussing the Supreme Court’s decision to grant review of the Sixth Circuit’s August 2011 ruling in Varsity Brands, Inc. v. Star Athletica, LLC. The Supreme Court heard oral arguments on October 31, … Continue reading