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The "Boomerang" Summary Judgment Rule
March 2010 - Hamilton Brook Smith Reynolds Alert
By: Brian T. Moriarty
If You File a Weak Motion For Summary Judgment, Your Motion Will Be Denied and Summary Judgment May Even Be Entered Against You In a decision this week by a federal court in Boston...
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New Patent Suit Explosion: False Patent Marking Claims
March 2010
By: Brian T. Moriarty and Deirdre E. Sanders
Within the last month, dozens of lawsuits have been filed under the false patent marking statute, 35 U.S.C. §292, claiming that many well-known companies have violated the patent...
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Good Intentions are Not Enough to Avoid Sanctions for Inadequate Preservation of Electronic Files in Litigation
March 2010 - Hamilton Brook Smith Reynolds Alert
By: David J. Brody
Good faith is not sufficient to protect a litigant from severe sanctions for failure to preserve electronically stored information (ESI), according to a decision recently issued by...
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European Patent Office Rules Set to Change on April 1, 2010
February 23, 2010 - Hamilton Brook Smith Reynolds Alert
By: Keith J. Wood
In a development that will require careful consideration by patent applicants and practitioners, the European Patent Office will be implementing a number of changes in patent practice...
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Hamilton Brook Smith Reynolds Mentioned in Boston Business Journal
February 12, 2010 - Boston Business Journal
The Boston Business Journal (BBJ) printed a write-up about the firm in its "Legal Briefs" section, written by Lisa Van der Pool. The mention is based on the firm'...
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Hamilton Brook Smith Reynolds Obtained Patent Linked to Hollywood Film
January 29, 2010
CONCORD, MA, January 29, 2010—The film "Extraordinary Measures" starring Harrison Ford and Brendan Fraser is adapted from the book, The Cure, by Pulitzer Prize winning...
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Solomon Quoted in Boston Business Journal Article on IP
December 2009
Mark Solomon, Principal, was one of several experts quoted in the Boston Business Journal's article on protecting intellectual property.
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When "In" Means "Out" - Or How Advanced Micro Devices Collected $1.25B Without Having to Make a Single Computer Chip
January 2010
Most every technology startup relies heavily on its own research efforts when developing new products and services. Nurturing a strong reputation for innovation can be essential to...
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The "Boomerang" Summary Judgment Rule
March 2010 - Hamilton Brook Smith Reynolds Alert
By: Brian T. Moriarty
If You File a Weak Motion For Summary Judgment, Your Motion Will Be Denied and Summary Judgment May Even Be Entered Against You In a decision this week by a federal court in Boston...
More »
 
New Patent Suit Explosion: False Patent Marking Claims
March 2010
By: Brian T. Moriarty and Deirdre E. Sanders
Within the last month, dozens of lawsuits have been filed under the false patent marking statute, 35 U.S.C. §292, claiming that many well-known companies have violated the patent...
More »
 
Good Intentions are Not Enough to Avoid Sanctions for Inadequate Preservation of Electronic Files in Litigation
March 2010 - Hamilton Brook Smith Reynolds Alert
By: David J. Brody
Good faith is not sufficient to protect a litigant from severe sanctions for failure to preserve electronically stored information (ESI), according to a decision recently issued by...
More »
 
European Patent Office Rules Set to Change on April 1, 2010
February 23, 2010 - Hamilton Brook Smith Reynolds Alert
By: Keith J. Wood
In a development that will require careful consideration by patent applicants and practitioners, the European Patent Office will be implementing a number of changes in patent practice...
More »
 
Hamilton Brook Smith Reynolds Mentioned in Boston Business Journal
February 12, 2010 - Boston Business Journal
The Boston Business Journal (BBJ) printed a write-up about the firm in its "Legal Briefs" section, written by Lisa Van der Pool. The mention is based on the firm'...
More »
 
Hamilton Brook Smith Reynolds Obtained Patent Linked to Hollywood Film
January 29, 2010
CONCORD, MA, January 29, 2010—The film "Extraordinary Measures" starring Harrison Ford and Brendan Fraser is adapted from the book, The Cure, by Pulitzer Prize winning...
More »
 
Solomon Quoted in Boston Business Journal Article on IP
December 2009
Mark Solomon, Principal, was one of several experts quoted in the Boston Business Journal's article on protecting intellectual property.
More »
 
When "In" Means "Out" - Or How Advanced Micro Devices Collected $1.25B Without Having to Make a Single Computer Chip
January 2010
Most every technology startup relies heavily on its own research efforts when developing new products and services. Nurturing a strong reputation for innovation can be essential to...
More »
 

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