RatnerPrestia’s Pennsylvania Office Moves to King of Prussia, PA

Intellectual Property Law

RatnerPrestia is a law firm expert in all things IP.  The Firm handles procurement, enforcement, licensing, commercialization, global strategic IP planning, and all related business aspects of IP.  The Firm has attorneys experienced and successful in all relevant U.S. and German agencies and tribunals, including the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office, The German Patent Office, The European Patent Office, The U.S. International Trade Commission, and Federal Courts, both trial and appellate, in both the U.S. and Germany.   With clients based around the world, RP understands that IP is global.
RP News
Judge Robinson Grants Venue Transfer for “Unreasonable Burden” on Defendant | DE IP Litigation Blog by Jacob Blumert
RatnerPrestia’s Pennsylvania Office Moves to King of Prussia, PA | Press Release
Supreme Court Overrules Federal Circuit’s Seagate Test for Enhanced Damages | Case Law Update by Thomas G. Southard and Andrew J. Koopman
Supreme Court: 1) Upholds Use of Broadest Reasonable Interpretation during Inter Partes Review; and 2) Affirms that Inter Partes Review Institution Decisions are Not Appealable | Case Law Update by Christopher H. Blaszkowski
Shareholder Christopher A. Rothe Set as Panelist at AIPLA’s Partnering in Patents Meeting | Press Release
Ushering in the Era of Federal Trade Secret Protection | Article by Christopher H. Blaszkowski and Antranig Baronian
Judge Andrews Denies Motion for Attorneys’ Fees In Suit Against Pragmatus | DE IP Litigation Blog by Alyssa M. Pugh
Defend Trade Secrets Act Signed Into Law | Update by Thomas G. Southard, Brian S. Seal and Sunjeev S. Sikand
General Pre-Suit Licensing Communication Insufficient to Survive Motion to Dismiss Claims for Willful Infringement | DE IP Litigation Blog by Jacob Blumert




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