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Mar 06

Victor Cardona, Partner at the firm, was recently elected to the Board of Directors of NY BEST (the New York Battery & Energy Storage Technology Consortium) at the Annual Meeting on March 6, 2013.  NY BEST’s mission is to catalyze and grow the energy storage industry and establish New York State as a global leader. Further…

Feb 08

In CHURCHILL CELLARS, INC. v. BRIAN GRAHAM, 2012 WL 5493578 (Trademark Tr. & App. Bd. 2012), David P. Miranda and Alana M. Fuierer successfully represented trademark applicant, a Napa Valley winemaker, in USPTO Trademark Opposition Proceeding involving the trademark PARLAY for wine. The parties were using virtually identical marks, i.e., PARLAY, for identical goods, namely…

Aug 28

Partners Jeff Rothenberg, Nicholas Mesiti, Susan E. Farley, David P. Miranda, Brett M. Hutton, Victor A. Cardona and associate Alana M. Fuierer were named as “€œNew York Super Lawyers” by the publishers of Thomson Reuters. Mr. Rothenberg, Mr. Mesiti, Mr. Cardona and Ms. Fuierer were named in the field of intellectual property law, and Ms….

APPLE VERDICT DEMONSTRATES POWER OF THE PATENT The Business Review by Richard A. D’Errico, Reporter Date: Monday, August 27, 2012 David Miranda, a partner at an Albany intellectual property law firm, says it’™s too early to know what Apple Inc.’™s victory over Samsung in a patent-infringement case will have on inventors or intellectual property law….

Jun 20

Come join us for a half day program on Cleantech Intellectual Property on the second day of the New Energy Symposium in NYC focused on successful strategies and intellectual property protection for clean energy technologies and startups. This will include a presentation, Clean Energy Patent Trends: Solar Technology Analysis, and two panels of experts on…

Apr 09

By: Jeff Rothenberg Managing Partner From startups to industry giants, from nanotechnology to towering wind turbines, from around the corner to across the globe, our firm helps clients to protect and prosper from their ingenuity and creativity. For more than 40 years, our goal has been to provide outstanding intellectual property law services and strategic advice…

Apr 08

Mayo Collaborative Services v. Prometheus Laboratories, Inc. On March 20, 2012, the U.S. Supreme Court, by unanimous decision, handed down its opinion in Mayo Collaborative Services v. Prometheus Laboratories, Inc. (No. 10-1150), which addressed the issue of patent eligibility of certain types of medical diagnostic patent claims. The Prometheus decision concerned U.S. Patent Nos. 6,355,623…