Second Quarter 2016 Supreme Court And Federal Circuit Update

Brooks Kushman P.C.

Brooks Kushman Shareholders Frank Angileri and Marc Lorelli discuss several recent Court decisions that will have the greatest impact on intellectual property law. During the second quarter of 2016, the U.S. Supreme Court and Federal Circuit issued several significant IP rulings, including decisions that will affect on-going discussions concerning important patent issues. The webinar reviews and provide practical guidance on: Enhanced Damages and Willful Infringement in Patent Cases: In Halo Electronics, Inc. v. Pulse Electronics, Inc., 136 S. Ct. 1923 (June 13, 2016), the Supreme Court rejected the Federal Circuit’s Seagate Technology standard for willful infringement and gave district courts broad discretion to award enhanced damages to patent infringement plaintiffs. The ruling will require many litigants to reassess their trial strategies.
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Deputy Spokesperson Mark Toner leads the Daily Press Briefing at the Department of State on July 13, 2016.


Four Stages for Government Security Teams to Manage Risk


IDG’s 2018 Security Priorities Report uncovered key considerations for managing risk for enterprises and government agencies. For both to achieve comprehensive and effective cybersecurity, these organizations first need to understand where they reside on the security maturity curve.
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Government Enterprise Low-Code Case Management Success Stories


Jason Adolf from Appian Public Sector and June Burr from the Vermont Agency of Transportation recently discussed how government agencies are developing innovative low-code case management systems. They showed how agencies can become better performing and continually improving organizations with the right business process management (BPM) technology, methodology, and management. Watch the webinar to see examples of efficiency gains and project returns on investment (ROI) of 50X from leading agencies.
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Why SaaS has Become the Standard for Government Agencies


Government agencies are increasingly moving to the cloud. And SaaS is helping them quickly get apps running at typically lower costs, and within a secure, high performance and scalable environment.
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Federal Communications Commission Rules for Calling or Texting Cell Phones


New Federal Communications Commission (FCC) rules for calling and texting cell phones became effective in October 2013. With many U.S. companies still relying on telephone-based contact to reach customers, this on-demand webinar will focus on all the details you need to know about plan calling and texting programs to the ever-increasing volume of wireless numbers.
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