Howrey is set to launch an office in Düsseldorf hiring partner Christoph Lenz from one of Germany’s top IP boutiques. Lenz leaves his post as head of the DüsseldorfUS firm
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Wipro Technologies, Business Process Outsourcing (BPO) division has entered into a partnership with Microsoft Corporation to provide global Legal Process Outsourcing (LPO) services for Microsoft’s Intellectual Property
The Intellectual Property (IP) office is planning to separate its trademark registry division out of the division which currently deals with patents, trademarks and designs.
Jones Day’s Beijing office, as the director for international intellectual property. Cohen has worked inMicrosoft has appointed Mark Cohen, previously a counsel at
Swiss pharma firm, Hoffman-La Roche represented by IP lawyers Anand and Anand, have been dealt a major blow with the Chennai Patent Office deciding against its patent relating to anti-viral drug Valcyte. In the
Boston-based Choate, Hall & Stewart LLP has hired Michael H. Bunis as a partner in its intellectual property litigation group. Bunis joins Choate from crosstown competitor Fish & Richardson, the largest IP firm in the
Chicago-based intellectual property firm Brinks Hofer Gilson & Lione announced layoffs of about six percent of its total workforce. In addition to cutting seven lawyers and 19 staff, Brinks Hofer may also reduce
Howrey has hired Intellectual property specialist Joris van Manen, a partner of De Brauw Blackstone Westbroek. Van Manen who will join Howrey in January 2010 will become the seventh
Google wants to delay a hearing on its controversial digital books settlement so it can modify the deal to satisfy antitrust regulators.
Advocate General Poiares Maduro of the European Court of Justice (ECJ), European Union's top court, backed Google on Tuesday in a row with luxury goods maker LVMH over Internet advertising, saying the search engine had
Facebook and German social network operator StudiVZ have reached a settlement in the alleged plagiarism case, with the StudiVZ paying Facebook an undisclosed sum as part of the deal. Both companies will be withdrawing
Boston-based intellectual property firm Fish & Richardson will shut its Austin, Texas, office and cut corporate transactional lawyers firmwide. Fish & Richardson has 28 attorneys in Austin and a total staff of
Chadbourne & Parke plans to open a northern California office in either San Francisco or Silicon Valley. The New-York-based firm already hired Yahoo in-house IP lawyer Duane Valz to head the new office, reports The