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Customer Relationships

Customer Relationships May Not Be Trade Secrets

In a relatively recent order denying a plaintiff’s application for preliminary injunction, Judge Mazzant of the U.S. District Court for …

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Inter Partes Review

Challenges to Patent Validity at the USPTO PTAB

An Inter Partes Review (IPR) is a trial held before the Patent Trial and Appeal Board (PTAB) that determines whether …

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Firm News

Carstens & Cahoon Expands with Addition of Waco, Texas Office

New Office Adds Deep Patent Litigation to the Western District of Texas  DALLAS – October 28, 2020 – Carstens & …

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Terms of an Intellectual Property License May Dictate IP Rights of Parties in Bankruptcy

As a result of the debilitating effects from COVID-19, businesses have been forced, or will be forced, to permanently close …

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Now Patented: Vehicle with Frunkgate

Frunkgate: US 10,676,137 has issued for something you didn’t know you wanted, a “tailgate” on the front of your car. …

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Court COVID-19 Requirements

Texas Patent Judges Diverge on Covid-19 Trial Protocols

This is a summary of the full article written by Katie Buehler and published on Law360. As America starts to …

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