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I. Introduction Diversity and inclusion are topics of increasing corporate and media scrutiny.  As this paper explains, hard evidence supports positive economic impact of a […]

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James Haley Co-Authors 2nd Edition of the Global Law & Business

James F. Haley, Jr. co-authored the U.S. chapter of International Patent Litigation: Developing an Effective Strategy, Second Edition, Global Law and Business (2018).

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Haley Guiliano LLP Ranked in Top 5 in Alice Wins

Haley Guiliano LLP ranked among top five law firms with the best Alice allowance rate.

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IP Shutdown

You’re just a patent attorney – why should you care about the Government shutdown? Find out from Jeff Ingerman.

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With the passage of the America Invents Act (AIA), the U.S. moved from a First-To-Invent system to a First-Inventor-To-File system in order to harmonize the […]

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Haley Guiliano Recognized for #1 PTAB Practice Development of 2018

Haley Guiliano’s Patent Owner win in IPR2018-00752 has been recognized in #1 PTAB development of 2018, by the Patents Post Grant.

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Coordinating Patent Strategies Across PTAB And EPO

Check out Drew Schulte’s latest Law 360 article, an expert analysis on coordinating patent strategies across PTAB and EPO.

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Haley Guiliano LLP Ranked as 2019 Best Law Firms

Haley Guiliano LLP is proud to announce that we are ranked by US News Lawyer Directory powered by Best Lawyers®.

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Another Patent Owner Victory at the PTAB for Haley Guiliano LLP

The PTAB declined to institute Inter Partes Review on U.S. Patent No. 6,183,841 in NHK Spring Co., Ltd. v. Intri-Plex Techs., Inc., IPR2018-00752. The PTAB agreed under 325(d) that the same prior art from prosecution was merely repackaged for the IPR and also considered the relative progress of a co-pending District Court case under 314(a).

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Training Your Organization for the Future of IP in AI

The answer doesn’t have to be increased spending. Organizations should aim to train their themselves to understand their needs and goals related to patent protection, rather than lose ground to tech companies.

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