U.S. to require casinos to vet high rollers' funds

March 26, 2014

Kevin Rosenberg of Lowenstein & Weatherwax LLP was quoted in a March 26, 2014 article published on Reuters.com about new potential U.S Treasury Department regulations governing the degree to...

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PTAB Accepts L&W Argument, Turns Aside Challenge To Patent

March 20, 2014

Today the U.S. Patent & Trademark Office ruled in favor of a L&W client in a covered business method (“CBM”) post-grant proceeding under the America Invents Act, and denied the petitioner’...

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Provisional Patent Apps Need More Detail In Post-AIA Era

February 26, 2014

On February 26, 2014, L&W founding partner Kenneth Weatherwax was quoted in an article published by Law360, “Provisional Patent Apps Need More Detail In Post-AIA Era,” by Erin Coe. Mr....

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Video Game Specialists Leave Large Firms Behind

November 5, 2013

Last month, fast-growing Los Angeles firm Goldberg, Lowenstein & Weatherwax LLP launched a practice group focused specifically on video games. It didn’t hire any specialists in video game law ...

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Boutique Targets Video Game Industry

October 21, 2013

After a year of rapid growth, Goldberg, Lowenstein & Weatherwax wants to become a player in the video game industry.

The boutique firm, founded by three Irell & Manella alums in...

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Canon Ruling May Spur Unfair Competition Claims in California

January 24, 2013

The California Supreme Court held Thursday that equitable tolling doctrines apply to claims brought under the state’s Unfair Competition Law, reviving a proposed class action alleging copy...

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ITC Approves Tessera, Freescale Bond Forfeiture Deal

November 5, 2012

The U.S. International Trade Commission on Friday signed off on a settlement resolving an action Tessera Inc. lodged seeking to force Freescale Semiconductor Inc. to forfeit bonds posted after the...

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Black L.A. council members protest race's role in redistricting

March 16, 2012

L.A. City Council members Jan Perry and Bernard C. Parks contend that the Redistricting Commission violated the Voting Rights Act by improperly making race the predominant factor in the...

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2 Council Members Question New Maps

March 5, 2012

As a City Council panel began public hearings Monday for proposed new boundaries for council districts, attorneys for two disgruntled members sent a letter laying the groundwork for a potential...

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