Monthly Archives: August 2014

Protect your business from the heavy toll of abusive patent litigation

By Stephen C. Hall

I recently wrote a column with my Partner, Andrew Campbell, a member of the Litigation & Dispute Resolution Service Team, for News and Tribune‘s Southern Indiana Business Source.  The article, “Protect your business from the heavy toll of abusive patent litigation,” describes the growing threat of Patent Assertion Entities and provides answers for companies that may be faced with potential PAE litigation.

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Legislation Could Hurt Songwriters, Listeners

By Will Gibbons

Recently, I wrote a column titled “Legislation could hurt songwriters, listeners” for The Commercial Appeal.  In this piece, a Special to the news publication, I discuss the possible implications of the Songwriter Equity Act, a bill under consideration in Congress.

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Analysis: The Washington Redskins trademark case — landmark decision or momentary legal fracas?

By Carl Eppler

I recently wrote an analysis of the Washington Redskins trademark case that was published in the Nashville Post.  The article, “Analysis: The Washington Redskins trademark case – landmark decision or momentary legal fracas?” examines the controversial case, and explains the legal process and implications of the ruling. 

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