Corey Beaubien and Mike Druzinski co-authored an article “The Supreme Court Gets Intellectual: A Look At How The Court Is Reshaping IP Law In Significant Ways.” The Michigan Bar Journal published the article in its IP-themed issue in February 2016. The article reviewed several significant IP cases decided by the U.S. Supreme Court in recent years, including Alice v. CLS Bank (patent eligibility), Teva v. Sandoz (patent claim construction), Limelight v. Akamai (patent infringement), and B&B Hardware v. Hargis (preclusive effect of Trademark Trial and Appeal Board decisions).
Corey Beaubien and Mike Druzinski co-authored an article “The Supreme Court Gets Intellectual: A Look At How The Court Is Reshaping IP Law In Significant Ways.”
Mike Druzinski attended an advanced patent law seminar held by the Chisum Patent Academy on March 5–6 in Cincinnati, OH
June 15, 2015
Matthew J. Schmidt managed the invalidity and infringement appeals for a client before the newly created Patent and Market Court of Appeal in Stockholm, Sweden
June 17, 2017
The Defend Trade Secrets Act was passed by Congress and quickly signed into law by President Obama in May
June 16, 2016