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    Cozen O'Connor has continued its expansion efforts this year with the addition of a 10-person state attorneys general practice from Dickstein Shapiro in Washington, D.C., and the firm's leadership said it isn't stopping there.

  • Federal Jury Awards $7.8M in Drone Patent Case

    An American drone maker has won $7.8 million in damages from a French competitor that infringed on its patents.

  • Phila. Courts Request $1.2M for GPS Ankle Bracelets

    Leaders of Philadelphia's court system and District Attorney's Office on Tuesday urged City Council to make adjustments to Mayor Michael A. Nutter's proposed 2016 city budget in order to fund several criminal-justice initiatives.

  • Citizens Bank Loses Identity Theft Lawsuit in Third Circuit

    Citizens Bank lost its bid to recover what it lost from an alleged identity-theft scheme run through a medical billing company.

  • Phila. Bar Releases Final Group of Judicial Ratings

    The Philadelphia Bar Association has released its final batch of judicial candidate ratings just two weeks before the May 19 primary election.

  • Hybrid Intellectual Property Licenses Await High Court Approval

    The owner of intellectual property often faces concerns about maximizing licensing revenues while addressing the restrictions of federal and state laws that create those rights. Because a given IP right may involve federal law, through patents, trademarks or copyrights, and state law, through associated trade secrets or confidential information, licensing of that IP mix often presents a challenge to maximize the IP owner's potential revenue generation.

  • People in the News - May 6, 2015 - Phila. Bar 5K

    Greenberg Traurig shareholder David Gitlin was honored, along with other community leaders, by the Jack M. Barrack Hebrew Academy at its fourth annual "Yom Ha'atzma'ut Torch Ceremony."

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