University Professor Sues Students for Copyright Infringement

Chapman University professor David Berkovitz has sued his students, as “John Does,” for publishing his midterm and final exams on the platform Course Hero. According...

Positive Times for Negative Limitations: Part 2

Just this month, the Federal Circuit again took up the issue of a negative claim limitation.  But, this time, it was from a different perspective,...

Trademark Practice before the USPTO: A Webpage as a Specimen of Use for Goods

Unless a U.S. trademark application is based solely upon a corresponding registration from a foreign country or is an extension of an International Registration, the...

Positive Times for Negative Limitations

Recently, the Federal Circuit determined that a negative claim limitation, excluding a certain type of dosing in a method of treatment, satisfied the written description...

MWZB in Taiwan

MWZB’s Christin Montfort is visiting Taiwan and speaking with local groups about a variety of topics including about Amazon Neutral Evaluation program and how to...

MWZB at the AIPLA Mid-Winter Institute

If you are attending the AIPLA Mid-Winter Institute, don’t miss the deep-dive into legal issues surrounding non-fungible tokens (NFTs)!  The Firm’s Allison Gaul, Of Counsel...

MWZB working with Harvard Business School’s Innovation Labs

MWZB is proud to announce that attorney Allison Gaul is hosting and acting as a teaching facilitator during the upcoming “Business of Artificial Intelligence” Colloquium...

MWZB to speak with AIPLA IP Practice in Europe

Ryan Pool will be speaking to the IPPE committee on January 20th 2022 at 11:00am, EST.  Mr. Pool’s talk is entitled “101 and 112 issues...
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