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How Are Trade Secrets Protected? (Part 3 of Trade Secret Series)

Filewrapper┬« previously introduced a new series of blog postings on the value and role of trade secrets, along with strategies to ensure protection. Previous posts first gave an overview of the role and value of trade secrets (available here), and then described how the value of trade secrets are commonly assessed (available here). In this […]

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Political Campaigns & Unauthorized Music

As the presidential caucuses approach so do the opportunities for political candidates to end up in the headlines for using unauthorized music in their campaigns. In nearly every campaign cycle you hear about a recording artist upset that a politician or campaign used the artist’s music without authorization. A list of notable disputes include Bruce […]

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Apple and Fitbit Sued Over Wearable Physiological Monitoring

For many, the start of a new year is a time for setting New Year’s resolutions. Many of these resolutions will include goals for the year, like saving money, paying off debts, volunteering in the community more, and living a healthier lifestyle. Living a healthier lifestyle and/or getting in better shape are always popular resolutions. […]

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Federal Circuit Clarifies Rules for IPR Supplemental Information Submission

The America Invents Act (AIA) created a number of new pseudo-litigation proceedings at the Patent Trial and Appeal Board (PTAB) of the USPTO.  While the proceedings, including inter-partes review (IPR), have been in place since September 16, 2012, the specific rules and procedures, as well as the underlying authority, continue to be resolved.  On December […]

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