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By Scott Spector, Shawn Lampron, Blake Martell, Gerald Audant, Elizabeth Gartland, Marshall Mort, Kristin O’Hanlon, Patrick Grilli, Christine Chen, Hans Andersson, Elizabeth Chang, Liza Morgan, Nicholas Frey, Sarah Ghulamhussain
This client alert is intended to remind you of certain 2017 year-end reporting requirements under Section 6039 of the Internal Revenue Code of 1986, as amended (the Code), with respect to stock issued to employees ...
By Scott Spector, Shawn Lampron, Blake Martell, Gerald Audant, Elizabeth Gartland, Marshall Mort, Kristin O’Hanlon, Patrick Grilli, Christine Chen, Hans Andersson, Elizabeth Chang, Liza Morgan, Nicholas Frey, Sarah Ghulamhussain
This client alert is intended to remind you of certain 2017 year-end reporting requirements under Section 6039 of the Internal Revenue Code of 1986, as amended (the Code)...
By Fenwick & West LLP
The year 2017 ushered in the most significant changes to the U.S. tax code in 30 years, a series of landmark federal and U.S. Supreme Court rulings, and other notable developments in venture financing...
By Paul Famiglietti
In July 2017, the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office amended the rules for filing petitions to revive abandoned trademark applications, petitions to reinstate expired/cancelled ...
By Stuart Meyer
Despite the fact that the Electronic Signatures in Global and National Commerce Act has been around since 2000, the U.S. Copyright Office has refused to accept electronic signatures ...
By Guinevere Jobson
In early December, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Eighth Circuit, in Tension Envelope v. JBM Envelope, added to the patchwork of outcomes on the question of whether customer lists are considered ...
By Lauren Whittemore
Any patent plaintiff would be thrilled to get a ruling of infringement on summary judgment — but if that win ultimately resulted in zero damages, it would ring hollow.
By Armen N. Nercessian, Chieh Tung
A little over a year ago, the Supreme Court of South Australia issued an injunction ordering the Electronic Frontier Foundation to remove a post on its "Stupid Patent of the Month" blog criticizing...
By Jeffrey Greene, Anne Marie Longobucco
When does a trademark stop being a trademark? ASPIRIN, CELLOPHANE and ESCALATOR are all examples of words that were once trademarks, but ultimately came to be used and understood by the public...
By Jennifer Lloyd Kelly, Nicholas Plassaras, Chieh Tung
In Blizzard Entertainment v. Lilith Games (Shanghai) Company, a federal court denied a motion for partial summary judgment for alleged copyright infringement involving some of the biggest names...
By Adam Halpern
Those far-off changes are not addressed in this summary.
By Michael Dicke, Eric Young
Issuers and other professionals participating in Initial Coin Offerings — widely known as ICOs — are facing the increasing threat of both U.S. Securities Exchange Commission enforcement actions ...
By Nicholas Plassaras
Apple's App Store rules now require app developers to disclose the odds of receiving items from in-game "loot boxes" prior to giving players a chance to purchase the boxes.
By James Koenig
Are connected and autonomous cars convenient or creepy? In this TEDxWilmington talk, Fenwick & West Privacy and Cybersecurity co-chair Jim Koenig discusses an innovative approach to balancing privacy and convenience.
By Scott Spector, Marshall Mort, Sarah Ghulamhussain
The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act was passed by both chambers of Congress on Wednesday, December 20, 2017, and will be sent to the President's desk for final signature.
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