Our task force is supporting the Firm’s many clients impacted by the recent financial developments affecting the global banking industry, monitoring developments, and meeting regularly to coordinate efforts.
Glaser Weil Intellectual Property Partner Jeff Joyner was interviewed by Law360 for a piece titled “What To Know About High Court Fight Over TM Law’s Reach” regarding a Supreme Court case challenging the extraterritoriality of the Lanham Act’s trademark law by a former European partner of Hetronic International Inc., a U.S.-based manufacturer of remote controls.
Glaser Weil is proud to sponsor the Los Angeles County Bar Association (LACBA) Litigation Section’s upcoming diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI) roundtable titled “Implicit Bias: Fireside Chat with LA Superior Court Judges."
Glaser Weil Intellectual Property Partner and Chair Lawrence M. Hadley was interviewed by Law360 in a piece titled “Fintiv Challenge Rolls On, But Odds Of Sinking Rule Dwindle” regarding the Federal Circuit’s decision involving the Patent Trial and Appeal Board (PTAB) Fintiv rule, which was challenged by Apple, Google and others.
A team of Glaser Weil attorneys, led by litigation partner Emil Petrossian, successfully defeated an appeal in the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals that sought to overturn a grant of summary judgment in favor of a leading California-based lender.
Glaser Weil is representing Wyatt Technology, which has entered into an agreement to be acquired by Waters Corporation (NYSE: WAT) for $1.36 billion.
Glaser Weil is pleased to announce the advancement of Julie R. F. Gerchik and Lawrence M. Hadley to equity partner and Cynthia E. Organ to income partner.
Glaser Weil Partner Robert Shapiro is featured as the subject of Lawdragon's January 31, 2023, Lawyer Limelights.
Glaser Weil today announced the arrival of highly regarded litigation partner Elizabeth Sperling.
Glaser Weil real estate partner Jason Grinnell was interviewed by Law360’s Real Estate Authority in a piece titled “Buy Buy Baby To Sell Sell, Maybe” regarding the reported sale of Bed Bath & Beyond’s Buy Buy Baby stores to Sycamore Partners.