IP Litigation Related News
Daniel Johnson, Jr. is listed as one of the "Top 75 Intellectual Property Litigators" for 2013 by the Daily Journal.
Eric S. Namrow has joined the firm's Litigation and IP Practices, resident in Washington, D.C..
Morgan Lewis announced today that Eric S. Namrow has joined the firm as a partner in its Litigation and Intellectual Property Practices, resident in Washington, D.C.
Litigation partner Rick L. Rambo is quoted.
Morgan Lewis's representation of FINRA is discussed.
Court of Appeals affirms jury award and royalties owed to ActiveVideo.
Morgan Lewis partners Dion Bregman, Daniel Johnson, Jr., and Michael Lyons are recognized as California Lawyer Attorneys of the Year in the area of Intellectual Property.
Law360 names the Morgan Lewis IP team as one of its Intellectual Property Groups of 2011.
Judge Raymond A. Jackson, U.S. District Court Judge for the Eastern District of Virginia, issued an injunction against Verizon Communications ordering the company to "cease and desist" from the continued, unlawful use of intellectual property belonging to San Jose-based ActiveVideo Networks (AVN).
Law360 discusses how a Morgan Lewis team secured a victory in the ActiveVideo Networks case.
San Jose-based ActiveVideo Networks filed a motion seeking a permanent injunction to prevent Verizon from continued illegal use of the company's technology relating to interactive television services, such as video on demand used by FiOS TV.
A jury in Virginia awarded San Jose-based ActiveVideo Networks $115 million in damages when it found Verizon infringed on four patents for technology relating to interactive television services, such as video on demand used by FiOS TV.
Dan Johnson discusses ActiveVideo's $115 million verdict against Verizon for patent infringement.
Santa Clara Law Magazine profiles Elizabeth M. N. Morris's love of engineering and IP law.
Responding to business growth and rapidly expanding client needs in Texas and the south and central United States, Morgan Lewis today announced the addition of eight attorneys to its Houston office.
141 Morgan Lewis lawyers have been recognized in The Best Lawyers in America 2008.
Morgan Lewis is pleased to announce that William Jackson (Jack) Matney, Jr. and Robert W. (Bob) Busby have joined the firm as partners in the Washington, D.C. office. Mr. Matney and Mr. Busby focus on patent litigation and related patent services.
After a five-week trial, a federal jury in Los Angeles today awarded damages of $53.5 million to Morgan Lewis client L.G. Philips in a lawsuit over its LCD (liquid crystal display) technology patents.