Media Center

Articles & White Papers

Oracle v. Google – Update // January 29, 2019
Oracle America, Inc. v. Google LLC is a series of related intellectual property law cases making its way through the courts for almost a decade, with the latest decision issued by the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit in the spring of 2018, and discussed in our previous article published on June 14, 2018. On Thursday, January 24, 2019, Google filed a petition for certiorari with the U.S. Supreme Court.  Read more

Oracle v. Google // June 14, 2018
Oracle America, Inc. v. Google LLC has been dubbed “the World Series of IP cases” by one of the presiding judges. Others have referred to the dispute as the case that never ends. The United States Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit (CAFC), ruled in favor of Oracle earlier this spring, opining that Google had violated Oracle’s copyrights. Read more

PTAB Grants Rehearing of Patent in Delaware Litigation // February 4, 2016
In a rare move, the U.S. Patent Trial and Appeal Board recently granted rehearing of its denial to institute inter partes review of Greatbatch Ltd.’s U.S. Patent No. 7,327,553.  Read more

Events / Seminars / CLEs

March 28, 2019
The Contemporary Yellow Pages: Ethics of Online Profiles and Advertising
Presenter Dana M. Roseman, Esq., Solutions Consultant at LexisNexis, will be discussing the Contemporary Yellow Pages:
Ethics of Online Profiles and Advertising.  Read more

February 21, 2019
An Overview of Damages in Patent Litigation
Keith A. Jones will be discussing the damages in patent litigation. Read more

January 31, 2019
A Review of the Doctrine of Obviousness Type Double Patenting
Dr. Carly Shanahan will be discussing the doctrine of obviousness type double patenting. Read more

News Coverage

PTAB Declines to Review Panitch Schwarze Client’s Design Patent, Allowing it to Remain Valid // November 20, 2018
Law360 covered a recent decision by the Patent Trial and Appeal Board (PTAB) that effectively upheld a patent granted to Panitch Schwarze client Idea Nuova Inc. The PTAB declined a request for inter partes review of a patent held by Idea Nuova covering the design of a foldable chair. Read more

‘How Working Remotely Helps Our Firm’: Panitch Schwarze Executive Director Outlines the Benefits of our New Workplace Policies in Law Practice Today // May 18, 2018
Panitch Schwarze’s Executive Director, Gail Ruopp, recently wrote an article for Law Practice Today that discusses the impacts of one of our office’s exciting new approaches to the business of law. Read more

John Simmons Quoted in Law360 re Japanese Optical Manufacturer IP Case // March 29, 2018
Panitch Schwarze partner John Simmons was quoted in Law360 regarding a recent summary judgment hearing in federal court. The case involves the firm’s client Hamamatsu Photonics K.K., a Japanese optical manufacturer. Read more

Press Releases

February 7, 2019
Panitch Schwarze Attorney Presents at AIPLA Mid-Winter Meeting
Panitch Schwarze partner Dr. Jeffrey W. Gluck recently participated in a presentation entitled “Oracle v. Google – Getting More (or Less) Than You Licensed” during the 2019 Mid-Winter meeting of the American Intellectual Property Law Association (AIPLA) in Tampa, Florida. Read more

January 14, 2019
Stephen E. Murray Named Partner at Panitch Schwarze Belisario & Nadel
Murray brings a wealth of experience in patent application preparation and prosecution, post-grant review, and patent litigation Read more

December 17, 2018
Panitch Schwarze Client LugBug® Featured on ABC’s 'Shark Tank'
Panitch Schwarze congratulates its client LugBug on being featured on ABC’s Shark Tank. The LugBug Handle is an attachment for baby carriers that allows better range of motion for parents and caregivers. LugBug’s creator, Nathan Day, presented his invention to the Sharks on the Oct. 8 episode of season 10 of the popular program. Read more

Newsletters

February 2019 Newsletter Read more

October 2018 Newsletter Read more

August 2018 Newsletter Read more

Contact Us



By checking this box, I agree to the terms and conditions outlined on our Disclaimer page.
Email Disclaimer

Sending an email to our office does not create an attorney-client relationship, and none will be formed unless there is an expressed agreement between the firm and the client. Thus, we strongly advise against sending confidential or privileged information to us until you can establish such a relationship. Furthermore, we advise against sending privileged or confidential information through email at all, since we can in no way ensure the security of your email. In fact, neither this website nor the email system involved is encrypted, so you should not assume that your email is confidential. We cannot guarantee that someone else will not see it.

Do you agree to this Email Disclaimer?

I Agree I Do Not Agree