Womble Bond Dickinson attorney Carri Bennet spoke to both Communications Daily and the National Journal about a draft FCC Notice of Proposed Rulemaking that could harm rural broadband carriers and customers. These interviews follow an interview Bennet gave on the topic with the New York Times.
Womble Bond Dickinson attorneys Kristen Healey Cramer and Barry Herman will be among the speakers at the Association of Corporate Counsel Greater Philadelphia Chapter’s In-House Counsel Conference. In addition, attorney Kevin Mangan and Client Service Director Candace Gill will represent the firm at the conference.
In February 2014 the U.S. National Institute of Standards in Technology (‘NIST’) published the ﬁrst NIST Cybersecurity Framework, responding to an Executive Order on improving critical infrastructure cybersecurity issued by President Obama.
The Court will consider whether the text of 35 U.S.C. § 271(f) imposes liability on those supplying from the United States components of a patented invention “in such a manner as to actively induce the combination of such components outside of the United States in a manner that would infringe the patent if such combination occurred within the United States,” and whether that liability also relates to the issuance of full compensatory damages where such infringement is found.
Womble Bond Dickinson attorney Russell Timm, Ph.D. will be a presenter in a live webcast on “Recent Developments in Double Patenting: ODP Challenges and Considerations.” The two-hour event takes place May 2.
Womble Bond Dickinson attorney Carri Bennet spoke to the New York Times about a draft FCC Notice of Proposed Rulemaking that could have a detrimental impact on rural broadband carriers and their customers.