Contributor Page
Foley Hoag LLP
 
By Peter Sullivan, DeAnn Smith
On January 8, 2018, the en banc Federal Circuit, in Wi-Fi One, LLC v. Broadcom Corp., held that a PTAB decision upon institution as to whether a petition for inter partes review is timely ...
By James Fullmer
Those of our readers who frequent social media may have noticed a newly-popular juxtaposition between selfies and art (or perhaps one should say between selfies and other forms of art)...
By Jeremy W. Meisinger
The FTC's COPPA Guidance does an admirable job explaining the basics of what a business needs to do to comply with COPPA, but is vague as to how a business must protect personal information...
By Seth Jaffe
The FWS wanted to investigate whether the Northern Spotted Owl would do better if the Barred Owl were removed from its habitat.
By Joshua Jarvis
Over the past few years, we have seen numerous instances of companies protecting their trademarks in creative ways – approaches that leverage humor and the brands themselves in order to achieve an acceptable legal outcome ...
By Christian Springer
We hope you enjoyed the holidays and New Year and are getting back into the swing of work. Speaking of work: Medicaid.
By Zachary Gerson
This afternoon, the Massachusetts Department of Energy Resources (DOER) released the much-anticipated results of the competitive procurement that will set the base compensation rates for the SMART program.
By David Kluft
January 15 is Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, marking what would have been the 89th birthday of the great civil rights leader and Baptist minister.
By Seth Jaffe
As a follow-up to my post last week about the 9th Circuit decision requiring EPA to propose new lead paint standards under TSCA within 90 days, I was encouraged to see Cass Sunstein ...
By Punam Singh Rogers
This proclamation suspends entry into the United States under most circumstances for nationals of Iran, Libya, Somalia, Syria, Yemen, Chad, and North Korea.
By Seth Jaffe
The intent of the proposal was to compensate generators who provide reliability and resilience attributes to the grid.
By Kevin Conroy
The decision by Attorney General Sessions to repeal the Cole and Ogden memos has brought greater legal uncertainty to an industry that is used to uncertainty.
By Seth Jaffe
Put simply, the case is a mess.
By Joshua Jarvis
In this "Creative Trademark Enforcement" series of blog posts, I'll be exploring some of the more interesting takes on this approach, from singing lawyers to town criers and beyond.
By Punam Singh Rogers
The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) plans to revise the lottery process for the upcoming fiscal year. The announcement may come as early as next month.
Contributor's Topics
More...