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FisherBroyles Welcomes Three New Partners to Dallas Office

DALLAS AND ATLANTA, July 10, 2014 – FisherBroyles LLP (FisherBroyles) adds Ruben C. DeLeon, James A. Marshall and George W. Poletes to the firm’s rapidly expanding Dallas office as partners. DeLeon, formerly of Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld LLP, a NYSE Governance Services top 25 best corporate law firm, specializes in intellectual property (IP) […]

Former Genentech Counsel Victoria Brewster Joins FisherBroyles Palo Alto Office

PALO ALTO AND ATLANTA, July 8, 2014 – FisherBroyles LLP (FisherBroyles) grows its Palo Alto office with the addition of former Genentech patent counsel Victoria Brewster as partner.   Brewster, who also holds a Ph.D. in physiology and pharmacology, brings almost 20 years of independent counsel, large law firm and in-house experience to FisherBroyles. Her […]

DALLAS AND ATLANTA, July 10, 2014 – FisherBroyles LLP (FisherBroyles) adds Ruben C. DeLeon, James A. Marshall and George W. Poletes to the firm’s rapidly expanding Dallas office as partners. DeLeon, formerly of Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld LLP, a NYSE Governance Services top 25 best corporate law firm, specializes in intellectual property (IP) […]

PALO ALTO AND ATLANTA, July 8, 2014 – FisherBroyles LLP (FisherBroyles) grows its Palo Alto office with the addition of former Genentech patent counsel Victoria Brewster as partner.   Brewster, who also holds a Ph.D. in physiology and pharmacology, brings almost 20 years of independent counsel, large law firm and in-house experience to FisherBroyles. Her […]

Enjoy the summer … while we explain the meaning to your business of new IP developments! In this issue, we address:

a number of new developments regarding privacy and information security;
the nature of the policing obligation of a trademark owner;
the Washington Redskins trademark dispute;
new Supreme Court case law to guide software patent applications and a proposed USPTO guideline on patent term adjustments; and
new Supreme Court case law which is likely to increase the time in which infringement claims may be brought.

BOSTON AND ATLANTA, June 26, 2014 – FisherBroyles LLP (FisherBroyles), a high-growth, national, full-service, cloud-based law firm, accelerates its expansion with the opening of an office in Boston, Mass., and the addition of two new partners, Edward J. Gildea and Lara Phimister. “With its concentration of startups and financial services providers, Boston is a logical […]

Introduction: Both our own practices and external developments illustrate new opportunities for our clients. You need to be aware of developments such as the following and their significance for day-to-day business and financing operations. June Articles The increasing need for business insurance beyond traditional fire and auto coverage Why you need to talk to us […]

DALLAS AND ATLANTA, June 26, 2014 – FisherBroyles LLP (FisherBroyles) adds new partners Steven D. Szuch and Katrina A. Kershner to the firm’s rapidly growing Dallas office. Szuch is a former in-house counsel for PricewaterhouseCoopers LLC and Kershner is a former litigation counsel for Forshey Prostok LLP, a Chambers USA-ranked bankruptcy law firm. “Having attorneys […]

ATLANTA, June 3, 2014 – FisherBroyles, LLP (“FisherBroyles”) is pleased to announce the addition of Susana B.M. King and Dolph Winders to the firm’s Atlanta office as partners. King brings almost 15 years of wealth management and estate planning experience to the firm from SunTrust Bank, and Winders is a former partner at Moore Ingram […]

Both our own practices and external developments illustrate new opportunities for our clients.  You need to be aware of developments such as the following and their significance for day-to-day business and financing operations: Read more.

LOS ANGELES AND ATLANTA, May 15, 2014 – FisherBroyles LLP (FisherBroyles) grows its Los Angeles office with the addition of former NBCUniversal executive Roger J. Kaplan as partner. Kaplan brings to FisherBroyles the benefit of nearly 20 years of experience as in-house counsel for some of the industry’s biggest studios, where he played an important […]

In the press release announcing its proposed Snapchat consent order (requiring 20 years of oversight), FTC Chairwoman Ramirez made clear that companies which fail to comply with their policies are a prime target for FTC action: “If a company markets privacy and security as key selling points in pitching its services to consumers, it is critical that it keep those promises. Any company that makes misrepresentations to consumers about its privacy and security practices risks FTC action.”

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