As a special feature of our blog—guest postings by experts, clients, and other professionals—please enjoy this blog entry from Neil Eisgruber, Director in the Disputes, Compliance & Investigations group at Stout.

For decades, companies have turned to federal courts to protect valuable business assets, such as trade secrets. Legal action has expanded over the years and recent trends have set the foundation for a continuing surge in federal trade secret litigation.
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#17-3939 BioLoquitur Blog Image for Header R2Seyfarth’s Intellectual Property Practice Group is delighted to announce the launch of BioLoquitur on LexBlog. Seyfarth’s IP-life sciences attorneys created this blog as a single resource for executives and corporate in-house counsel seeking timely updates on recent developments, trends, tools, best practices, and discussions in the area of intellectual property—patent law, particularly in the

In what is at heart a trade secret misappropriation case, some Patent Law periodically materializes, like the smile of the Cheshire Cat.

This concept was evidenced by a recent case out of Texas.  Bianco, M.D. v. Globus Medical, Inc., 2:12 CV 147 (E.D. TX 10/27/14).

Dr. Bianco had an idea for a continuously adjustable

In a decision awaited with considerable trepidation by the biotech world, among others, the Supreme Court Thursday (June 13) handed down its unanimous decision (9-0) in Association for Molecular Pathology v. Myriad Genetics, Inc. The Court held “that genes and the information they encode are not patent eligible… simply because they have been isolated from