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In-NOW-vation Technology Showcase and Celebration
April 29, 2010
Hamilton Brook Smith Reynolds is a sponsor of In-NOW-vation, a new program hosted by the MIT Enterprise Forum of Cambridge as they combine forces with the MIT Enterprise Forum Global...
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Firm Sponsors AALAM Dinner
April 29, 2010
The firm is a bronze sponsor of AALAM's 26th Annual Anniversary Banquet which will be held on April 29th at the China Pearl in Boston. The keynote speaker will be Carmen Ortiz...
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WEST: Alternative Careers for Scientists and Engineers
April 14, 2010
Mary Murray will be serving as a "One-Night Mentor" at WEST's Alternative Careers for Scientists and Engineers event on April 14th. If you are...
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LAUNCH – moving ideas to the next level
April 9, 2010
Hamilton Brook Smith Reynolds is the Gold Sponsor of LAUNCH, a conference of entrepreneurs, inventors, and innovative thinkers who want to find out how to develop and protect...
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Invention to Venture Conference
April 9, 2010
Hamilton Brook Smith Reynolds is a sponsor of the 5th Annual Invention to Venture (I2V) Workshop at the University of Vermont on Friday, April 9th.  I2V is a leading...
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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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In-NOW-vation Technology Showcase and Celebration
April 29, 2010
Hamilton Brook Smith Reynolds is a sponsor of In-NOW-vation, a new program hosted by the MIT Enterprise Forum of Cambridge as they combine forces with the MIT Enterprise Forum Global...
More »
 
Firm Sponsors AALAM Dinner
April 29, 2010
The firm is a bronze sponsor of AALAM's 26th Annual Anniversary Banquet which will be held on April 29th at the China Pearl in Boston. The keynote speaker will be Carmen Ortiz...
More »
 
WEST: Alternative Careers for Scientists and Engineers
April 14, 2010
Mary Murray will be serving as a "One-Night Mentor" at WEST's Alternative Careers for Scientists and Engineers event on April 14th. If you are...
More »
 
LAUNCH – moving ideas to the next level
April 9, 2010
Hamilton Brook Smith Reynolds is the Gold Sponsor of LAUNCH, a conference of entrepreneurs, inventors, and innovative thinkers who want to find out how to develop and protect...
More »
 
Invention to Venture Conference
April 9, 2010
Hamilton Brook Smith Reynolds is a sponsor of the 5th Annual Invention to Venture (I2V) Workshop at the University of Vermont on Friday, April 9th.  I2V is a leading...
More »
 
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 »
 

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