The US Supreme Court’s long-awaited decision in the SAS Institute v. Iancu has been the talk of inter partes review practitioners. Two of those practitioners, Womble Bond Dickinson attorneys Kean DeCarlo and Scott Sudderth, offered their comments on the decision to IP Watchdog.
Brent Clinkscale has spent his life breaking barriers and doing what others said couldn’t be done. Whether it was successfully representing business owners in complex international arbitration or keeping a beloved community organization alive in his hometown, Clinkscale has made overcoming challenges a way of life.
Peter Duffley and Anna Short-Slightom represented CAHEC New Markets, LLC (“CAHEC”) in a new markets tax credit (“NMTC”) transaction to finance the construction of a new YMCA facility in Southeast Raleigh. Phil Runkel and Alison Kling assisted with real estate matters, and Susan Cooper assisted with environmental matters.
In a win for patent challengers, the Supreme Court held that when the Patent Office institutes an inter partes review, it must decide the patentability of all of the claims the petitioner has challenged.
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.
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.