Stitham, Stacy

    • U.S. Golf Manufacturers Council Submits Amicus Brief on Inter Partes Review

      On October 26, 2017, the U.S. Golf Manufacturers Council (USGMC) filed an amicus curiae brief in the Supreme Court in support of the respondents in Oil States Energy Services v. Greene’s Energy Group, arguing that the inter partes review proceedings through which the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office cancels invalid patents plays a vital and successful role in ensuring patent quality.

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    • Brann & Isaacson Congratulates Its Six Super Lawyers For 2017

      Brann & Isaacson congratulates its Super Lawyers honorees for 2017: George S. Isaacson—Tax and Business Litigation Martin I. Eisenstein —Tax, Business Litigation, and Business/Corporate Martha E. Greene—Estate Planning & Probate, Nonprofit Organizations, and Estate & Trust Litigation Peter J. Brann— Business Litigation and Intellectual Property Litigation Stacy O.

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  • U.S. Golf Manufacturers Council Submits Amicus Brief on Inter Partes Review

    … On October 26, 2017, the U.S. Golf Manufacturers Council (USGMC) filed an amicus curiae brief in the Supreme Court in support of the respondents in Oil States Energy Services v. Greene’s Energy Group, arguing that the inter partes review proceedings through which the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office cancels invalid patents plays a vital…

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  • Brann & Isaacson Congratulates Its Six Super Lawyers For 2017

    … Brann & Isaacson congratulates its Super Lawyers honorees for 2017: George S. Isaacson—Tax and Business Litigation Martin I. Eisenstein —Tax, Business Litigation, and Business/Corporate Martha E. Greene—Estate Planning & Probate, Nonprofit Organizations, and Estate & Trust Litigation Peter J. Brann— Business Litigation…

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  • Oil States Versus The Administrative State

    … The Supreme Court has now heard from the petitioner in Oil States Energy Services, LLC v. Greene’s Energy Group, LLC. At issue is not only the fate of inter partes review of patents by the Patent Trial and Appeal Board, but possibly the ability of administrative agencies to review and retract their own erroneous decisions. The question…

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  • B&I Partners Assist Microsoft In Ending Patent Case

    … a dismissal without prejudice of the federal lawsuit on the grounds that the pending constitutional challenge to the PTO process in the Oil States case in the Supreme Court might revive its patent. The Court agreed with Microsoft, however, that regardless of the possible outcome in the Supreme Court, the dismissal should be with prejudice. The post B&I Partners Assist Microsoft In Ending Patent Case appeared first on Brann & Isaacson. …

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  • Supreme Court’s Federal Circuit Reversal Streak Continues

    … The 2016 Term of the Supreme Court has not been kind to the Federal Circuit Court of Appeals, the specialized appellate court that handles all patent appeals. In each of the six patent cases from the Federal Circuit decided by the Supreme Court, reversal was the result. Specifically, the high court: Reversed the Federal Circuit on the proper…

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  • TC Heartland: A View from the (Supreme) Courtroom

    … Having led the team that filed an amicus curiae brief for 48 Internet companies, retailers, and associations in support of TC Heartland, Peter Brann attended the oral argument in TC Heartland v. Kraft at the Supreme Court yesterday. Though not a disinterested observer, he offers these thoughts on what he saw: Although the venue question…

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  • Big Week For IP In The Supreme Court

    … dissented. Finally, on Monday, the Supreme Court will hear oral argument in TC Heartland v. Kraft Foods Group Brands, a case with the potential to shut the doors on patent forum–shopping. In its write–up of the case today, “High–Court Case to Challenge Jurisdiction ‘Shopping’ in Patent Suits, the Wall Street Journal quoted IP Wise’s Peter Brann on the potentially “dramatic effect” on patent troll litigation of a TC Heartland victory. The post Big Week For IP In The Supreme Court appeared first on Brann & Isaacson. …

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  • Patent News Grab–Bag

    … Some news of note for this Valentine’s Day week: N.D. Cal. Orders Early Damages Disclosures: The U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California has amended its local patent rules to require the parties to (1) provide the court with a good–faith (non–binding) estimate of the damages range expected for the case at the initial case…

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  • What Happens In East Texas Definitely Doesn’t Stay There

    … This week has witnessed once again the oversized impact the Eastern District of Texas has in patent litigation—after all, that district was home to 44.2% of all patent cases filed in 2015 and 35.4% of all patent cases filed in 2016, with Judge Rodney Gilstrap presiding over an astounding one–quarter of all patent cases filed since 2014…

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  • Stacy Stitham Review Federal Rules Changes In Maine Bar Journal

    … The current issue of the Maine Bar Journal features an article by Stacy Stitham entitled, “Not Your Grandfather’s Rules of Civil Procedure.” In the piece, Stitham discusses recent changes to the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure relating to the collection and production of electronically stored information that could have a potentially large…

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