Angela Glover Blackwell ’77, recipient of the 2017 Peter E. Haas Public Service Award, which honors UC Berkeley alumni whose commitment to their community exemplifies the university’s mission to serve the public good.
Jeff Bleich ’89, recipient of the 2018 Peter E. Haas Public Service Award, which honors UC Berkeley alumni whose commitment to their community exemplifies the university’s mission to serve the public good.
July 15, 2021 Sarah Guske, Baker Botts Patent venue challenges often turn on a company’s operations within a particular venue. As company’s permit and even encourage remote work, this venue analysis may be changing. And with remote work growing in the Austin area, what can you anticipate happening in the Western District of Texas?
July 26 Carol Sun, Yuanda China is poised to significantly update its current data-protection framework with a key new law: the PRC Personal Information Protection Law (“PIPL”). These new regulations will undoubtedly impact multinationals operating in the PRC. Carol Sun, from Yuanda, explains what you should start thinking about now. Related article: Cross-Border Data Transfers Under […]
July 27 Robert Merges, BCLT/Berkeley Law Minerva, on its face, seems relatively straight forward–assignor estoppel survives in some cases. But how will District Courts handle mandatory fact discovery? And what can companies do to anticipate the future?
July 28, 2021 Last Week in Texas with Michael Smith This week, Michael walks us through bad meet-and-confer tactics, the impact that termination of the patent pilot program is having on the Northern District, and trial tactics during COVID.
July 29, 2021 Mark Cohen, AsiaIP/Berkeley Law US trade representatives have been focusing their attention on getting the Chinese government to adopt criminal and administrative sanctions for IP theft. What does this focus mean for patent infringement? And what should US companies do about it? Related article: The Criminal Bias in U.S. Intellectual Property Diplomacy