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Bloomberg Law Interviews Rimon Partner, Marc Kaufman, About Blockchain Patent Strategy

Insight Marc Kaufman Marc Kaufman · June 21, 2018
Rimon's Patent Strategy Partner, Marc Kaufman, talks about blockchain patenting strategies and how companies can prevent the risk of patent litigation as the patent war for blockchain takes off.  Marc Kaufman concentrates his practice in the area of patent strategy, in particular, advising clients in protecting, managing and

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Maxim Waldbaum Joins Rimon’s Intellectual Property Team in New York

News May 02, 2018
New York City – Noted first chair litigator Maxim “Mac” Waldbaum joins Rimon as a Partner in its Litigation and Intellectual Property (IP) groups. Mr. Waldbaum will work his international practice out of the firm’s New York City office. Mr. Waldbaum joins Rimon from Eaton & Van Winkle, where he was a Partner. Mr.

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Intellectual Property Attorney, Dr. Peng Chen, Joins Rimon as Partner in San Diego

News March 08, 2018
San Diego (March 9th, 2018) – Rimon Law has added Dr. Peng Chen as a partner in the firm’s Litigation and Intellectual Property (IP) groups. While Dr. Chen’s practice is global, he will be based out of San Diego. Dr. Chen joins Rimon from Morrison & Foerester LLP where he was a Partner. Dr. Chen has been ranked in the

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Intellectual Property and Commercial Litigation Attorney, Matthew Poppe, joins Rimon as Partner in its Palo Alto office

News July 07, 2017
(Palo Alto) July 1, 2017 - Matt Poppe joins Rimon Law as a Partner in its Palo Alto and San Francisco offices. His litigation experience spans a wide range of patent, other intellectual property, and commercial cases. Key clients include Varian Medical Systems, Dell EMC, eBay, Baidu, and Brocade. He has also represented a variety of

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Fee Shifting in Patent Litigation: Past, Present, and Future: CLE Video

Insight November 10, 2015

Patent litigation is expensive. Most cases settle because it is less expensive to pay a royalty to the patent owner (often a "patent troll") than it is to litigate. But for those who choose to fight and then win, chances have improved to recover fees and expenses from the patent owner. In this webinar, we will discuss the past, present, and possible future status of fee-shifting in patent cases.

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