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Client Alert – Supreme Court Determines Trademark Licensee’s Rights 
Survive Rejection by Debtor in Bankruptcy

Before the Supreme Court’s recent decision in Mission Product Holdings v. Tempnology, LLC, No 17-1657, 2019 WL 2166392, 139 S.Ct.1602 (May 20, 2019), it was uncertain whether a trademark licensee could continue to use a licensed trademark after a debtor rejected the trademark license during its bankruptcy case, because of a split among Federal Circuit [...]

Trade Secrets Partner, R. Mark Halligan, Selected by Peers for Inclusion in the 26th Edition of The Best Lawyers in America

Trade Secrets Partner, R. Mark Halligan, selected by peers for inclusion in the 26th Edition of The Best Lawyers in America for work in Litigation - Intellectual Property and Trade Secrets Law. Read more here.

FisherBroyles’ Partner Stu Panensky Featured at the 2019 Wholesale & Specialty Insurance Association (WSIA) University in Scottsdale, AZ August 16, 2019

FisherBroyles' Partner Stu Panensky will be speaking about privacy liability and cyber insurance the 2019 Wholesale & Specialty Insurance Association (WSIA) University educational program. Stu will featured in a panel along with Joseph Niemczyk and Scott Culler of Markel's Global Cyber Risk unit and Senior Vice President of Socius Insurance Services, Inc. For more information about the WSIA and the WSIA [...]

Client Alert – Florida Tackles Opioid Epidemic with New Law Requiring Notification to Patients of Alternative Medications and Treatments

Effective July 1, 2019, healthcare providers in Florida (with the exception of pharmacists) must provide patients with information regarding non-opioid alternative drugs and treatments before they can provide anesthesia or prescribe, order, dispense or administer a Schedule II opioid drug for the treatment of pain. Providers must also discuss the advantages and disadvantages of the [...]

Allscripts Hoping to Close the Books on DOJ Investigation into Recently Acquired Electronic Health Record Company

In February of 2018, electronic health records giant Allscripts Healthcare Solutions Inc. (Allscripts) acquired Practice Fusion, a San Francisco-based electronic health record company for $100 million. While Practice Fusion had had some previous trouble with the Department of Justice (DOJ), Allscripts probably thought that they had made a pretty good deal. Given recent disclosures in [...]