U.S. Supreme Court Limits Forum Shopping in Patent Infringement Litigation
On May 22, 2017, the U.S. Supreme Court, through Justice Clarence Thomas, handed down its unanimous ruling (Justice Gorsuch did not participate) requiring patent owners to sue infringers in a district court in the … Read More
Danger of oral representations – careful what you say!
$256M Jury Award to Nissan Dealership for Fraud in California Trial A jury in Orange County Superior Court in California awarded a California dealership (“Superior Automotive Group”) $256 million against Nissan … Read More
Non-disclosure Agreements – What are they and do I need one?
Non-disclosure agreements known as “NDAs” are an important business tool which should be used whenever you plan to enter into a discussion with another person or company about a business proposal or project … Read More
What is a Statute of Limitations and Should I Care?
A statute of limitations (‘SOL”) is an important legal concept embodied in either statutory or judicial case law. In short, an SOL is the period of time that a plaintiff has to file a lawsuit before his or her … Read More