Here is an article I wrote which was published by DRI in their IDQ (In-house Defense Quarterly) to promote the DRI Corporate Counsel Round Table meeting in Washington D.C. which was held in January. It highlights the uncertainty in business markets and the role of the courts in same. See the article at this link: http://tinyurl.com/y9mov84l
Posted by Henry M. Sneath, Esq. Shareholder and Director; Co-Chair of the Litigation Department; Chair of the IP Department; Houston Harbaugh, P.C. (www.hh-law.com) Pittsburgh, Pa. Please contact Mr. Sneath at 412-288-4013 or email@example.com
Posted in Business Risk, Cybersecurity, Data Breach Prevention, Data Breach Response, Data Security, dtsalaw, United States Supreme Court
Tagged Business Risk, Data breach, intellectual property litigation, technology, US Supreme Court Decisions
Blackberry is still in the hunt. I have one. I need the keyboard. Can’t seem to make even my skinny fingers hit the virtual keyboard letters and numbers on an iPhone. I get teased by my kids. People on airplanes pull out their Blackberrys and say “Hey – you’re a dinosaur too.” However, look at Blackberry now flexing their patent muscles and suing Facebook, WhatsApp and Instagram. Take that big boys. Thanks to Steve Brachmann and IPWatchdog for bringing us the story at this link: http://tinyurl.com/y9drr6hk . Blackberry pleads pre-emptory claims that seek to avoid dismissal per §101 “Alice” defenses. This “getting ahead of 101” in pleading is becoming the rage in patent suits. Great article. Thanks IPWatchdog.
Posted by Henry M. Sneath, Esq. at HoustonHarbaugh P.C., Pittsburgh, Pa. 412-288-4013 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Posted in Houston Harbaugh, Patents, Technology
Tagged Drone Pollinators, Drones, intellectual property, intellectual property litigation, patent, patent eligible subject matter, patent prosecution, pittsburgh intellectual property litigation, pittsburgh patent litigation, USPTO