IP Liability Insurance: Do You Have the Protection You Think You Have?

May 8, 2012

By Brad Fawley Given the risks and costs of intellectual property (IP) infringement claims (even when your company isn’t found liable), most companies ideally want coverage of perceived infringement of the products they sell or the services they provide (advertisements, apps, access to websites, software, etc.).  While I have been involved in cases where courts […]

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Job Creation: Campaign slogan and patent infringement defense?

January 26, 2012

In an opinion by the New Jersey District Court in December, the Court found that a requested preliminary injunction against infringement of US Patent No. 6,293,731 could shut down a port dredging project and jeopardize the creation of 2,000 projected jobs and $ 12 million in tax revenue .  “Therefore, the public interest weighs in […]

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