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Our antitrust and competition law lawyers have extensive legal experience with technology-driven issues, including the overlap among technology, intellectual property, and competition issues, across the United States, Europe, and other international arenas. We routinely counsel major corporate clients on issues of bilateral patent licensing, and on cutting-edge issues of competitor collaborations involving intellectual property, in the context of multi-lateral licensing and standards setting. In addition, on a daily basis we both counsel clients and litigate antitrust and IP claims in federal courts, with respect to issues such as Walker Process claims based on fraud on the United States Patent and Trademark Office and sham litigation challenges to Noerr-Pennington protection.

Our deep bench in this focus area is the result of years of hands-on experience with the specific legal and business issues raised by the acquisition, licensing and use of intellectual property rights. We have the experience and knowledge required to integrate technical considerations into our legal analysis, and to understand the high-level competition and intellectual property concerns that tend to drive outcomes where, as here, the law often is more frequently made through formal and informal guidance than through litigated cases.

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AbbVie Turns Next to the U.S. International Trade Commission in Trade Secret Row (December 22, 2021). Authors: Joshua Pond and Jacob Canter.
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Cemetery Company’s Trade Secret Claims Survive Motion to Dismiss by Reasonable Interference of Misappropriation after CEO Fed Competitor Information (December 21, 2021). Authors: Vincent J. Galluzzo, Laura Schwartz and Dalton Hughes.
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Half-Baked Trade Secret Identification Leads Third Circuit to Vacate Preliminary Injunction (December 13, 2021). Authors: William C. Pellett, Laura Schwartz and Gabriel M. Ramsey.
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Who Spilled The (Kidney) Beans? 11th Circuit Unseals Private Emails in Organ Transplant Dispute (November 30, 2021). Authors: Michelle Chipetine and Anne Elise Herold Li.
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Untangling a Messy Dispute: No Misappropriation for Trade Secret Use Authorized by Agreement (November 4, 2021). Authors: Jafon Fearson and Wei-Chih Hsu.
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Supreme Court Declines to Weigh in on Notice Required to Trigger Statute of Limitations for Trade Secret Misappropriation Claims (October 18, 2021). Authors: Emily Tucker and Astor Heaven.
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Multi-Front Trade Secret Protection: Moving for Injunction in U.S. Court Does Not Stop Plaintiff from Arbitrating in Switzerland (October 7, 2021). Authors: Emily Kappers, Robert B. Kornweiss, Anne Elise Herold Li and Joshua M. Rychlinksi.
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Seventh Circuit Affirms Trade Secret Protection of Patented Spinal Implant Device (October 5, 2021). Authors: Dalton Hughes and Brad Lane.
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"After Arthrex Decision, Interim USPTO Guidance Allows Straight-to-Director Review of Any Issue in an IPR," IP Insights (July 2, 2021). Contacts: Vincent J. Galluzzo, Laura A. Lydigsen, Joshua James, Shannon Lentz
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Crowell & Moring and Brinks Gilson & Lione Join Forces (Jul.02.2021)
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