Glaser Weil Attorneys Host Panel - Investment Disputes: Cutting Edge Issues
Glaser Weil is pleased to announce a victory on behalf of its client, PersonalWeb. On May 13, 2019 the Federal Circuit reversed its original inter partes review (IPR) proceeding determination, on the basis that the Patent Trial and Appeal Board (PTAB) lacked substantial evidence in the final written decision.
Julie Gerchik and Makoa Kawabata, Partner and Associate in Glaser Weil's Litigation Department, co-authored the article, "Arbitration Snags And How To Unsnag Them."
Glaser Weil is pleased to announce its client Reuben Klamer prevailed in a copyright dispute over Hasbro’s “The Game of Life.”
Glaser Weil attorneys Roger Howard and Matthew Jann advised Dent-ology, Inc. and HailRepair.com LLC in connection with the simultaneous sale of both companies’ assets to High Tech National, LLC, a subsidiary of publicly-traded KAR Auction Services, Inc.
Glaser Weil LLP is pleased to announce its client, Orange County, has signed a 66-year ground lease for its Dana Point Harbor property with developer Dana Point Harbor Partners (DPHP), which is a partnership of R.D. Olson Development, Bellwether Financial, and Burnham Ward Properties.
Glaser Weil LLP is pleased to announce that Lawrence M. Hadley has joined the Firm as Partner and Chair, Intellectual Property Department.
Arbitration historically has been considered an efficient, cost-effective and confidential alternative to litigating a dispute in court. But is this still true?
The case challenged the County Assessor's method of valuing its cable franchises.
This Law360 Expert Analysis piece investigates whether an arbitrator has the authority to expand the parties to an arbitration.