- INSIGHT: Patent Ineligibility Defense Expands to Mechanical Subject Matter—Controversy Follows, Bloomberg LawDec 04 2019
Bloomberg Law published Michael Cicero's article, "INSIGHT: Patent Ineligibility Defense Expands to Mechanical Subject Matter—Controversy Follows."
- From the Flea Market to the Online Marketplace: How Brand Owners Fight to Keep Infringers at Bay, IPWatchdogNov 22 2019
Bruce Siegal provides a decade of cases overflowing with proactive steps that brand owners and their counsel can take to stay ahead of infringers in the online world.
- MEDICAL MARIJUANA: Legal Issues, Operational Challenges and Regulatory Hurdles That Marijuana-Related Businesses Frequently Encounter, Cannabis Business ExecutiveNov 21 2019
Reggie Snyder discusses the various fire, health, and safety risks associated with growing and cultivating marijuana plans inside large, indoor, commercial spaces.
- Nov 04 2019
Joseph Sullivan discusses trademark risks for brand-owners resulting from "naked licensing" in his article published by Law360, "Undressing The Risks Of Naked TM Licensing."
- Oct 30 2019
In the 2020 edition of the Georgia Business Litigation, a one-volume, comprehensive guide to matters business litigators will encounter, Jeffrey R. Kuester and Michael A. Cicero further updated their chapter titled “Intellectual Property Litigation.”
- Oct 23 2019
If you are interested in paying your employees in bitcoin, it is important to be aware of your state’s regulatory and legal requirements. Employment attorney Bryan Jacoutot discusses the tax, wage, and salary compliance issues you could face by paying employees in bitcoin.
- Oct 18 2019
In the October issue of the Georgia Bar Journal, Julian Fortuna and Gerika Kelly discuss the legal ramifications that a plaintiff, defendant, or counsel could face for failing to address probable tax consequences before a settlement is finalized.
- Oct 09 2019
Employment attorney Bryan Jacoutot discusses U.S. regulatory and compliance laws facing employers who are considering paying their employees in bitcoin.
- A Practical Approach to Innovation Mining: How Employee Contents Can Help Tech Companies Develop New Products and Services, PLI CurrentOct 01 2019
PLI Current published Li-Chung Daniel (Dan) Ho and Neil o'Donnell's article, "A Practical Approach to Innovation Mining: How Employee Contents Can Help Tech Companies Develop New Products and Services" in its Summer 2019 issue. In order for tech companies to stay ahead of the competition, Mr. Ho and Mr. O'Donnell urge these companies to not rely solely on their research teams.
- Oct 01 2019
In the October 2019 Issue of the Georgia Employment Law Letter, Glianny Fagundo explains the U.S. 11th Circuit Court of Appeals (whose rulings apply to all Georgia employers) decision to resist the impulse to make bad law despite an employer firing an employee for a trip to Africa.