Practice-area spotlight:Choose the best venue for your patent suit with insight from LexisNexis® litigation and intellectual property law resources
This year patent owners and practitioners saw one of the most significant changes to the patent litigation landscape in the past quarter century: a narrowing of where a potential infringer can be sued. Rather than being sued from anywhere the defendant makes sales, now the defendant can be sued only where it is incorporated or has a regular and established place of business. Since the Supreme Court’s decision in TC Heartland v. Kraft Foods, establishing venue has become a hot-button issue in patent litigation. Obtain the best patent venue for your case.
Special corporate counsel edition of The Lexis Practice Advisor Journal™ focuses on data security, risk assessment and compliance
In the context of recent data breaches—and with the interests of in-house, corporate and general counsel in mind—a special edition of The Lexis Practice Advisor Journal™ was released in late October with an emphasis on data security, risk assessment and compliance. Get the details.
Did you know?Facts about federal civil procedure expert, practice guide author, educator and video star Jim Wagstaffe
You may have heard that the Lexis Advance® service now provides exclusive access to The Wagstaffe Group® Practice Guide: Federal Civil Procedure Before Trial, a vital resource for civil litigators, including more than 150 embedded videos. But did you know the top six reasons to put confidence in Wagstaffe’s written and video content? Take a look.
Digest of LexisNexis® InfoPro Weekly—September 2017
Stay on top of vital resources with this quick update. Link to the latest literature updates, product releases, webinars and training.