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  • Litigation Funder Launches in Bay Area

    Australia-based Bentham has hired a Latham & Watkins partner to open its third U.S. office in San Francisco.

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  • Ex-PayPal Exec Who Went On Twitter Tirade Sues for Defamation

    Rakesh Agrawal, PayPal's former director of strategy, claims the company falsely implied he was fired.

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  • Irell Brings On Former PTO Judge

    Michael Fleming, former chief administrative judge for the Patent Trial and Appeal Board, will specialize in inter partes review and other post-grant proceedings.

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  • Court OKs Consumer Info Collection for Web Purchase With Store Pick-up

    BevMo didn't violate the Song-Beverly Credit Card Act when it requested personal information during a hybrid online transaction, the Second District Court of Appeal ruled.

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  • EBay Beats Back Data Breach Suit

    A federal judge in New Orleans ruled on Monday that the risk of future harm arising from a 2014 breach is too speculative to confer standing.

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  • On the Move

    New hires, promotions, appointments and awards in-house, at firms, and in government and academia.

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  • Using 'Octane' to Deter Nuisance Patent Suits

    The Supreme Court's 2014 ruling makes deterrence one factor in awarding attorney fees.

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  • Keker & Van Nest's Paven Malhotra

    From copyright disputes to FDA regulation, the arrival of 3D-printing means one thing for sure���more work for lawyers.

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  • Five Questions to Ask Before Leaving Law Firm Life

    If you're considering a role at a startup, get ready to embrace chaos and wear multiple hats, writes startup founder Eva Hibnick.

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  • Disruptive Defendant Keeps Testing Alsup's Patience

    Luke Brugnara, a once successful real estate investor, is defending himself at trial���and frequently getting under the judge's skin.

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